Jose Roman is managing director of Nissan Latin America and the Caribbean (NLAC). Roman joined Nissan Mexico in June 2012 as regional sales vice president of Nissan Mexico where he built comprehensive relationships with distributors to increase Nissan's presence in Mexico. Previously, he held several positions at General Motors where he worked in Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela.
François Dossa is president of Nissan Brazil. Dossa joined Nissan in 2012. Previously, he was CEO, Societe Generale where he was responsible for the Brazilian and Latin American markets. Earlier in his career he was director of Export Finance at Paribas in Paris, France, as well as the commercial manager of CGEE-Alstom do Brazil in Sao Paulo.
Nissan's "Easy-Fill Tire Alert" system has been named one of six finalists by AOL Autos for its 2012 Technology of the Year Award. The winner will be announced Jan. 9, 2013 at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nev.
Gamers attempt to outrun a 500 horsepower chase car and avoid being hit by a hood-mounted paint ball rifle in a 'Cat and Mouse' challenge. Also, Gamers have to work together in teams for a Pit Stop challenge.
Nissan is bringing a wide-ranging collection of innovative vehicles to the Los Angeles Convention Center for this year's Los Angeles Auto Show, including the North American debut of the 2014 Nissan GT-R supercar and the Nissan Hi-Cross Concept.
The Nissan Hi-Cross Concept, which makes its North America debut at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show, offers a bold design statement about the next-generation of Nissan crossovers. The design is dramatic and athletic, yet completely purposeful. The dimensions are compact, yet surprisingly roomy. And, it's fuel efficient.
Considered by many to be the perfect "street-able" supercar at its launch, the team behind the creation of the Nissan GT-R has never slowed down. The relentless ongoing development of the GT-R has been driven by the fact that the GT-R competes in a rarified supercar segment against vehicles costing more than twice as much – and where bragging rights can be won or lost by mere fractions of a second.