The Nissan Research Center (NRC) in Japan is a center of open innovation that attracts global talent. Its mission: to create new values to contribute to the mobility society of the future. Here, we present three NRC employees and their thoughts about working on the Nissan research front lines.
With the return of the most exciting soccer tournament on the planet, Nissan, official global automotive sponsor of the UEFA Champions League, has uncovered the moments, players and teams Europeans are most excited to see this season.
José Muñoz, executive vice president, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and chairman, Nissan North America, Inc., today unveiled a major update to the 2017 Rogue compact SUV prior to its world debut this weekend at the Miami International Auto Show.
The Nissan Rogue Hybrid, the newest addition to the popular Rogue crossover lineup, offers a second powertrain choice for Rogue buyers for the 2017 model year – in both FWD and AWD applications. Like the 2.5-liter inline 4-cylinder gasoline engine-equipped standard Rogue models, the Rogue Hybrid offers freshened exterior and interior styling, additional safety, security and driving aid technology and a wide range of standard and available comfort, convenience and utility features.
As part of a major revision for the 2017 model year, the popular Nissan Rogue crossover now includes the widest range of available advanced technology features ever. For example, adding to the list of previously available Nissan Safety Shield technologies such as radar-based Blind Spot Warning (BSW) and Rear Cross Traffic Alert (RCTA) (both now standard on Rogue SV grade in addition to Rogue SL), the 2017 Rogue is also available with Lane Departure Warning (LDW) and Lane Departure Prevention (LDP).
For 2017, the hot-selling Nissan Rogue offers a freshened exterior look, enhanced available safety and technology – and a new gasoline-electric powertrain (late availability). Following is a brief overview of some of the major enhancements. Equipment availability may vary by grade level and equipment package.
Nissan's "No Charge to Charge" program has expanded to two more markets - St. Louis and Albany/Schenectady/Troy, N.Y. - marking a major milestone in the company's EV infrastructure initiative. The program provides new LEAF owners with two years of complimentary public charging in select markets.