Nissan is conducting a series of real-world experiments and trials to bring future mobility scenarios to life through several "Living Labs" underway at Nissan Future Lab. The "Living Lab" research provides user data to help Nissan anticipate and evolve to meet future transportation needs.
Nissan Future Lab was established in 2014 as an extension of Nissan's global advanced planning group and looks decades ahead to identify potential issues and opportunities for the business today and into the future. Nissan Future Lab looks beyond products and examines the future of mobility in a wider sense. The group is inspired by rapid developments in automotive technology such as electric, autonomous and connected vehicles and trends like ride sharing.
Five-time Oceania champions New Zealand today was named as Mexico's rival for the Oct. 8 match to be played at Nashville's Nissan Stadium. The announcement was made at a news conference featuring Nashville Mayor Megan Barry, where it was also revealed that Nissan will be the event's presenting sponsor. Kickoff time has been set for 5:00 p.m. CT for the internationally televised game.
Renault-Nissan Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn confirmed today that the Alliance will invest $800 million in Argentina through 2018. Ghosn's visit to Argentina is his first since President Mauricio Macri's inauguration and comes as the Alliance prepares to launch its first dedicated pickup truck manufacturing line to produce vehicles for Nissan, Renault and Alliance partner, Daimler.