Nissan today announced pricing of $174,990 USD for the new 2017 Nissan GT-R NISMO in conjunction with its North American debut at the Japanese Classic Car Show at the Queen Mary in Long Beach, California. The annual JCCS is regarded as the largest gathering of Japanese heritage enthusiasts in the country and attracts nearly 400 private heritage cars and more than 7,000 spectators.
The second-generation of INFINITI’s world-first Direct Adaptive Steering (DAS) is an advanced “steer-by-wire” system. In its second generation, it has been developed to enhance steering feel and feedback even further without compromising comfort. The INFINITI Q60 features an all-new electronic suspension system, Dynamic Digital Suspension (DDS), which monitors the vehicle’s body roll, pitch and bounce rate to deliver a secure ride by reducing unwanted steering feel and vibrations.
Nissan today announced U.S. pricing for the 2017 Nissan Sentra and new Sentra SR Turbo. Normally aspirated Sentra models are on sale now at Nissan dealers nationwide, while the new SR Turbo becomes available in October.
Do you have what it takes to be a TITAN? Nissan is searching for athletes to compete in the "Nissan TITAN of Texas Challenge" at the 2016 State Fair of Texas. The State Fair of Texas runs September 30 through October 23 at Fair Park in Dallas.
Nissan North America has extended its commitment to early childhood literacy in Middle Tennessee by granting $100,000 to Governor's Books from Birth Foundation (GBBF). Joined by First Lady Crissy Haslam, Nissan presented the check to GBBF President Theresa Carl today during a reading event at Casa Azafrán Early Learning Center in Nashville, Tennessee, in celebration of Tennessee's Imagination Library Week and Nissan's ongoing support of the Foundation. Nissan has contributed $1.1 million to GBBF since 2005.
Renault Sport Formula One Team's Kevin Magnussen enjoyed his and the team's second highest finish of the season with 10th position in the Singapore Airlines Singapore Grand Prix. Kevin took advantage of a stellar start and ran for most of the race inside the top 10. Jolyon Palmer was not so lucky, with a suspected slow puncture from debris at the start of the race forcing an earlier than planned first pit stop. Running thereafter out of sequence, Jolyon finished in fifteenth.
It was a busy weekend in the U.S. with the Pirelli World Challenge series tackling Sonoma Raceway in California and the FIA World Endurance Championship heading to Austin's Circuit of The Americas in Texas.