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Sights like this will soon be more commonplace across the U.S. with Nissan planning to rol...

Nissan is looking to make it easier for U.S. owners of its LEAF and other electric vehicles to charge their batteries when out and about. Over the next 18 months the automaker plans to add at least 500 quick-charging stations across the country, with the roll out to include the first fast-charge network for the greater Washington D.C. area.  Read More

Left to right: Raj Nair, Group Vice President, Global Product Development, Ford, Prof. Tho...

Car makers Daimler, Ford and Nissan have announced the signing of a three-way agreement for the development of a common fuel cell stack and fuel cell system for use in separately branded Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV). With each making an equal investment, the companies hope to have "the world’s first affordable, mass-market FCEVs" on sale by 2017.  Read More

Nissan has announced the price for the 2014 GT-R

Nissan North America first gave us a taste of the specifications for the 2014 GT-R as the 2013 Japanese model back in November of 2012. Now, the company as finally released the full pricing information for the 2014 model, which is actually available at US Nissan dealerships right now.  Read More

Usain Bolt's custom Bolt Gold GT-R will be auctioned off for his charity

Nissan is dropping a special edition, one of a kind GT-R themed after Olympic superstar Usain Bolt. This limited edition Nissan GT-R is going up for a special charity auction starting on November 22. All the proceeds from the auction go to Usain Bolt's charity, aptly named the Usain Bolt Foundation, which helps children in Bolt's native Jamaica.  Read More

The 2013 Nissan GT-R

The Nissan GT-R is a car most people will only dream of owning. It comes with a hefty price tag, and is only made in limited runs. Still, that doesn't stop us from marveling at its beauty. Nissan just showed off the 2013 GT-R for Japan, and it could be a preview of what's to come for the 2014 model when it ships to other territories. As you would expect from the GT-R, it's quite impressive.  Read More

Nissan held an event in Melbourne for the new Altima V8

The Nissan Altima is one of the last cars that you'd ever think of as a "supercar." Add a V8 engine and a racing body kit, however, and you have the Altima V8 Supercar. Nissan unveiled the car in Melbourne in anticipation of participating in Australia's V8 Supercars Championship next season.  Read More

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

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