Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. reduced CO2 emissions from global corporate activities in fiscal year 2013 while increasing vehicle production by 5.1 percent. The 2.0 percent cut in CO2 during the year puts the company on track to achieve its goal of a 20 percent reduction by fiscal year 2016, compared to 2005.
Japanese Superhero Ultraman uses stored solar power to fight against the forces of galactic evil. In his latest TV adventure, his earthly defense team will rely on a new zero-emission source for mobility: electric vehicles.
The 2014 edition of the World Advanced Vehicle Expedition (WAVE) ends this weekend in Europe. This one-of-a-kind rally is the largest 100% electric vehicle rally in the world, pulling in electric car enthusiasts from many countries.
Toyota Motor Corporation, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., Honda Motor Co., Ltd., and Mitsubishi Motors Corporation jointly established a new company, Nippon Charge Service, LLC, on May 26 to promote the installation of chargers for electric-powered vehicles (PHVs, PHEVs, EVs).
Nissan will display several vehicle safety and performance technologies that are enhancing its reputation for being at the forefront of innovative vehicle technology development at the 2014 Automotive Engineering Exposition in Japan.