Nissan eyes next phase in China

BEIJING, China (April 28, 2014) – Nissan is moving to the next stage in China, boosting the role of homegrown talent as part of plans to better serve the world’s biggest auto market.
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Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Datsun GO-cross Concept

Nissan to celebrate 25 years since first Australian Touring Car championship

Nissan to celebrate 25 years since first Australian Touring Car championship

Nissan to celebrate 25 years since first Australian Touring Car championship

Nissan to celebrate 25 years since first Australian Touring Car championship

Nissan to celebrate 25 years since first Australian Touring Car championship

Nissan to celebrate 25 years since first Australian Touring Car championship

Nissan's new Crossover Concept

Nissan's new Crossover Concept

Nissan's UEFA Champions League partnership goes global for 2015/16 season

Nissan's UEFA Champions League partnership goes global for 2015/16 season

Nissan's UEFA Champions League partnership goes global for 2015/16 season

Nissan's UEFA Champions League partnership goes global for 2015/16 season

The life of a Nissan master craftsman, or "Takumi"

The life of a Nissan master craftsman, or "Takumi"

The life of a Nissan master craftsman, or "Takumi"

The life of a Nissan master craftsman, or "Takumi"