Nissan Technical Center North America (NTCNA)

Inside Nissan Technical Center North America (NTCNA), a thermal ice storage system efficiently reduces greenhouse gas emissions and lowers costs. Translucent skylights energize employees and simultaneously reduce energy consumption, helping trap heat on cold days. In the summer, white roofs provide the opposite effect, cooling the building. Outside, a massive recycling center salvages unused plastics, aluminum, steel, wood, cardboard and other vehicle parts no longer in use, while in the parking lot sits the only public electrical vehicle charging stations in Farmington Hills.
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Nissan EVP of Global Sales Takao Katagiri

Nissan EVP of Global Sales Takao Katagiri

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

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Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

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Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

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Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

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Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Nissan Hi-Cross Concept

Jose Roman

Jose Roman