Today, 50 percent of the energy used by the Nissan plant in Aguascalientes, Mexico, comes from renewable sources. This is the first manufacturing facility out of the entire Renault-Nissan Alliance to achieve this milestone.
The fully electric Nissan LEAF has been zooming across the country of Mexico for months now. So far, only taxi drivers and government officials in Mexico City and in Aguascalientes are driving them. But soon those in Mexico who want to drive a 100 percent pure electric car will be able to buy the Nissan LEAF.
There now are 30 Nissan NV2500s being used for ambulances by the Mexican Red Cross. The vehicle was a perfect choice, says the organization, because it can stand up to being driven for many miles on sometimes unstable terrain.
Former Heisman winners typically get together at least once a year in New York City for the ceremonial induction of the next trophy winner. Many also meet up at other times during the year because they have developed deep friendships.
José Muñoz, senior vice president for sales and marketing in Nissan's Americas region, was appointed to his new role on March 23, 2013 after driving a 34-month run of Nissan sales leadership in Mexico.
Nissan's newest innovations debuting at the New York International Auto Show are all about accessibility. From the easy-access third row of the new Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid to the NV200 Mobility Taxi, Nissan is making innovations that are within reach of everyone.
Imagine you can cut your commute time to work in half, increase your productivity at home and in your job, all with a car that is almost free to lease. This now is reality for employees at Evernote in Redwood City, Calif.