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Nissan's new upholstery aims to replicate the texture and softness of human skin (Photo: S...

Nissan is working on a material for its car seats that will replicate the texture and softness of human skin. The project called Premium-fEEL interior concept (PEEL) has seen engineers carry out detailed studies of what provides the sense of touch with a comfortable sensation. They discovered that nothing matches the comfort and tranquility associated with the feel of human fingers against the body.  Read More

The Nissan DeltaWing

Over two years ago, a group of IndyCar team owners revealed a prototype called the DeltaWing that was aimed at changing the IndyCar racing scene forever. Some people scoffed at its design and wrote the car off as an experiment that would never pay off. Jump ahead to now, and the Nissan-backed DeltaWing has actually managed to complete its first race, and with respectable placement too.  Read More

Nissan's Autonomous Emergency Steering System is designed to steer the car to safety when ...

In the same way that we didn’t go straight from landline phones to smartphones, there are likewise going to be some intermediate steps between today’s manually-driven cars and tomorrow’s fully self-driving models. We’re already seeing some of those steps starting to pop up, in the form of things like Cadillac’s Super Cruise control, Volkswagen’s Temporary Auto Pilot, and Volvo’s traffic jam assistance system. Nissan’s latest contribution is its recently-announced Autonomous Emergency Steering System.  Read More

Nissan is working on new car seats that are claimed to lessen discomfort and fatigue

You might think that it requires no effort to sit in a car seat. According to the engineers at Nissan, however, that’s not the case. That said, they’ve designed a new type of seat that they claim requires less physical effort to use, thus lessening driver fatigue and discomfort.  Read More

The EXTREM blends rugged utility with distinct looks

A few days ago, Nissan teased not just a new car, but a new genre of cars. That car is the EXREM, and the genre is something that Nissan calls an urban compact sports car. Nissan designed the new concept car specifically for the Brazilian market and introduced it at the São Paulo Motor Show.  Read More

Your car may soon be controlled by electronic impulses – if it's an Infiniti

As much as computers have permeated our lives, some things have remained old-fashioned. Just look at automobiles. Despite the presence of computer diagnostic systems, and built-in support for iPods, smartphones, and Siri, modern cars still largely rely on mechanical technology. Nissan is trying to change that, with drive-by-wire steering tech that has been long in development, but slow in real-world implementation.  Read More

The Nissan NSC-2015 provides autonomous driving and safety features

The future of driving appears like it won't involve much driving at all. We've already seen a number of autonomous vehicle technologies from companies like Google, Audi and GM. The NSC-2015 is a new concept from Nissan that packages some autonomous capabilities into a Leaf EV.  Read More

Nissan may expand the Kinect program to more dealerships and the Internet at large

A recent study of auto consumers performed by Maritz Research revealed that, despite the auto industry's growing use of social media and websites, the salesperson is still the most valuable source of car information for consumers. Nissan customers may soon sing a different tune with news the automaker is launching a new dealership feature based on Microsoft Kinect hardware and software that will allow customers to perform a virtual inspection of a given vehicle – even when the vehicle hasn't yet rolled off the assembly line.  Read More

Nissan's Andy Palmer poses next to London's new NV200 black cab (Photo: Gizmag)

With London 2012 in full effect and all eyes on UK's capital, Nissan has chosen a shrewd Monday morning to announce that its NV200 is to be certified as a London black cab. Nissan claims that the taxi variant of its light commercial vehicle is 50 percent more fuel efficient than other black cabs, allowing the automaker to position the NV200 as the next generation London taxi, just as it has for New York and Tokyo where NV200 taxis are also set to appear. The fully electric model, the e-NV200, is set for London testing next year, and could see service as early as 2014.  Read More

The new Nissan Note sports a new 'Squash Line' exterior character line

Nissan has unveiled the second-generation of its Note Mini MPV. The original Note was launched in 2004 in Japan, with the European model going on sale in 2006. The redesigned hatchback sports a new “Squash Line” exterior character line and more aerodynamic body shape and also includes Nissan’s Around View Monitor (AVM) system.  Read More

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