Nissan's manufacturing facilities in North America are making major changes to reduce the amount of energy they use. They have committed to reduce their overall energy consumption by 25 percent in ten years. It is a move meant to help the environment.
Nissan is strengthening its presence in Brazil where it aims to achieve 5 percent market share by 2016. The company is building a new manufacturing plant in Rio de Janeiro that is scheduled to start operation in 2014. And, the company made big news at the Sao Paulo motor show, the largest show in South America, with a new concept car designed specifically for the Brazilian market, the Nissan Extrem.
Surely the most interesting and innovative racing car of the past 30 years, the Nissan DeltaWing recently finish a successful test run at Petit Le Mans. Below is a close look at and test drive of the car from "Chris Harris on Cars." Engineer Ben Bowlby's explanation of how DeltaWing works is compulsory viewing for all racing fans.
The Nissan Global Media Center presents the third edition of The Dashboard, our weekly program on the cars, people, technologies, motorsports, and relationships changing the automotive industry, particularly here in Asia.
Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) today reported October U.S. sales of 79,685 units versus 82,346 units a year earlier, down 3.2 percent. Nissan Division sales decreased 6.0 percent for the month at 70,928 units. Sales of Infiniti vehicles were up 27.6 percent over the prior year, to 8,757 units.
Nissan North America will offer employee pricing and discounted financing on Nissan and Infiniti vehicles to eligible individuals in FEMA-designated disaster and emergency areas who need to replace vehicles lost to Hurricane Sandy.