Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and Nissan Arc Ltd. announced today joint development of an atomic analysis methodology that will aid in boosting the performance of lithium-ion batteries, and ultimately extend the driving range of zero-emission electric vehicles.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. announced today the appointment of its first chief sustainability officer, senior vice president Hitoshi Kawaguchi. As chief sustainability officer, Kawaguchi's responsibilities include representing the company on global sustainability issues.
With the UEFA Champions League finalists determined this week (Real Madrid will play Atlético Madrid on May 28 in Milan), Nissan, the Official Global Automotive Sponsor of the UEFA Champions League, has revealed the scientific formula for excitement in soccer. In partnership with sports science experts at Loughborough University in Leicestershire, England, the Nissan Excitement Index uses data gathered through physiological reactions of soccer fans watching UEFA Champions League matches.
Northeast Japan was struck by disasters on March 11, 2011 that still impact the region today. Shortly before the fifth-year anniversary, Hirono town in southern Fukushima welcomed volunteers from Nissan and other groups, who looked to support further recovery.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today announced that its board of directors resolved the repurchase of its own shares to enhance return to shareholders, balancing its financial strength and needs deriving from future business strategies.
Looking for love this Valentine's Day? Find yourself making eye contact with a Nissan driver at the traffic lights? It could be the start of a beautiful relationship, according to research from one of the world's most iconic universities.
Tagawa: "Nissan delivered solid financial and operational results for the nine month period. Our results reflected strong performance in North America and Western Europe, which offset volatility in foreign exchange rates, including the lessening of the yen/US dollar tailwind, and declining market conditions in several emerging markets."