Nissan Motor Corporation, Ltd., Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Siemens AG today announced they have developed the industry’s first* next-generation vehicle design infrastructure that provides Nissan’s global R&D centers with a continuous, high-speed connection to the latest vehicle development data. The solution’s engineering virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) gives Nissan more flexibility and manageability of global vehicle design. Nissan has started to use the infrastructure in North America and Europe.
Nissan is celebrating five years at the forefront of the electric vehicle (EV) market with the record-breaking 100-percent electric vehicle Nissan LEAF. Having transformed the performance, practicality and public perception of EVs around the world since its launch in 2010, Nissan remains the undisputed leader in EV technology.
The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) has ranked Nissan among the top five percent of global corporations participating in the international NPO's climate change program and included Nissan on its 113 A-List.
Nissan's NISMO FESTIVAL 2015 was held at Fuji Speedway on November 29. Under sunny, crisp late Autumn weather that allowed for an unimpeded view of majestic Mt. Fuji, 30,000 Nissan and NISMO fans gathered at Fuji Speedway and reveled in the fun from early morning right until the finale.
The 18th annual NISMO Festival was held today at Fuji Speedway in Oyama, Japan. This year, over 30,000 Nissan race rans attended, seeing historic and current Nissan race cars on the track. Below are some highlights from the event.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. announced today that the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)* yesterday ranked the company among the top 5 percent of global corporations participating in the international NPO's climate change program and included Nissan on its 113 A-List.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. today announced first-half fiscal year financial results for the six-month period ending September 30, 2015. Nissan reported sharply increased operating profit and solid revenue growth. Strong demand for new products in North America and Western Europe, combined with the benefits of continued cost discipline and the yen correction against the US dollar, offset declining market conditions in Japan and several emerging markets.