Today at Auto China 2016 Nissan unveiled the all-new Tiida and announced the launch of Maxima, strengthening its product offering for young consumers in China. Additionally, the Nissan IDS Concept premiered, bringing the company's vision for the future of EVs and autonomous driving (AD) to China.
The Always Evolving/AIM Autosport Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 squad pulled out two strong performances at the picturesque Barber Motorsport Park last weekend in Pirelli World Challenge. Inaugural GT Academy USA winner Bryan Heitkotter fought back from his Long Beach crash to finish sixth in both races, while Australian teammate James Davison was fourth in race one and eighth in race two.
For the fourth consecutive year, Nissan is partnering with the Heisman Trophy Trust to begin construction of a Habitat for Humanity home in a community where the automaker has a business presence. This year the home is located north of Nashville.
Nissan Motorsport overcame a challenging start last weekend to record a top six finish at the V8 Supercar Phillip Island SuperSprint round. After starting Sunday's 200km race in 10th, Michael Caruso was able to advance through the field and cross the line in sixth.
Nissan North America, Inc., has earned a spot as one of DiversityInc Magazine's 2016 Top 25 Noteworthy Companies list for the third year in a row, largely due to the continued growth of its employee resource groups. One of the most successful elements of Nissan's diversity strategy, these affinity groups provide employees who have shared interests/identities with the opportunity to work cross-functionally and develop programs that drive a culture of inclusion in the workplace.
Nissan's Driver Attention Alert system is intended to address potential driver fatigue and inattention. The system adapts to each individual driver, monitoring steering input patterns (using steering angle sensors) during a period of driving to establish a baseline. It continuously compares subsequent driving patterns to a baseline using a statistical analysis of steering correction errors.
Nissan GT Academy Team RJN completed an ideal preparation for this weekend's Blancpain GT Series Endurance event in Monza and next month's Nürburgring 24 Hour after a completing a solid 10th place finish in the 'Ring Qualifying. NISMO athlete Michael Krumm led the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 squad in yesterday's six-hour race alongside Alex Buncombe, former GT Academy winner Lucas Ordóñez and Super GT GT300 star, Kazuki Hoshino.
The Nissan-dominated grid at the opening round of the FIA World Endurance Championship and the European Le Mans Series were forced to not only do battle with each other, but also fight the English weather. While teams were prepared for rain, the snow – which curtailed the final FIA WEC practice session – took things to an entirely new level.
Always Evolving/AIM Autosport Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 driver James Davison pulled out a stunning drive to fourth place on the streets of Long Beach today in the latest Pirelli World Challenge round. After only qualifying 11th fastest, Davison made a charging start to be seventh after the opening lap. He again made the most of restarts after the first yellow flag and made further progress to move to fifth place.