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The dynamic Nissan NISMO 370Z continues in the 2013 model year as a tuner-Z® enthusiast's dream - offering 350 horsepower, racing-inspired exterior and interior styling, a specially tuned suspension and unique super-lightweight forged alloy wheel ...
2013 Nissan 370Z Roadster
As car manufacturers with widening global footprints, Renault and Nissan face increasing transportation costs. To reduce these costs, the Alliance logistics and customs teams are investigating all possible improvements.
2013 Nissan NISMO 370Z
Yuki Morimoto says she, like every interpreter, is the most attentive person in the room. Just inches from Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn – as if tethered by invisible cuffs, such proximity could have a similar effect on anyone.
The Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 on track at Paul Ricard
The fourth round of SUPER GT, the "SUGO GT 300km RACE" will be held at Sportsland SUGO, located in the suburbs of Sendai, Miyagi Prefecture on July 28 and 29. The SUGO round has been held at this time of the year since 2005, and is one of the impo ...
Vice President, Components Engineering, Nissan Technical Center North America, Nissan North America, Inc.
World's First Electric Nissan LEAF Limo Debuts in Tennessee
Nissan Publishes "Blue Citizenship Stories".
Nissan Signals Future of Versa, Best-Selling Sub-Compact in U.S.
The Nissan-powered Greaves Motorsport team lost out on an assured podium finish at Donington Park after a problem with the brakes on their Zytek-Nissan LMP2 car. It was a good day for the Nissan VK45DE engine though as Nissan-powered cars took the ...
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., unveiled the Nissan Note, a new global compact car at a world premiere held at the Osanbashi venue in Yokohama.
The new Nissan Note debuted in Japan, and Chief Creative Officer Shiro Nakamura spoke with the Global Media Center on the story behind the model and its launch.
YOKOHAMA (July 16, 2012) - Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today unveiled the Nissan Note, a new global compact car at a world premiere held at the Osanbashi venue in Yokohama.
The U.S. Navy's flight demonstration squadron, better known as the Blue Angels, like to go faster than most people will ever go. The Blue Angels know every inch of their fighter jets, so they can make loops and rolls in the air like acrobats. It's ...