Today Nissan officially opened its R $2.6 billion (USD $1.5 billion) * industrial complex in Resende, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, marking one of the largest automotive investments by any manufacturer in the country.
As more people consume information on the move, Nissan has launched a new, mobile responsive version of NissanNews.com that adapts to any smartphone or tablet, allowing media and consumers to fully experience Nissan's newsroom on all mobile devices.
Johnny Cash once sang, "T for Texas, T for Tennessee."* For adventurous Nissan owners, T could also stand for "travel" on a road trip between those two states on Thursday, April 24 and Friday, April 25.
Today marks the U.S. debut of Nissan's Smart Rearview Mirror, the world's first LCD monitor that helps provide clear rearward visibility unimpeded by traditional obstacles such as cargo, tall passengers, inclement weather or the design of a vehicle.
Nissan Motor announced in February that it was licensing its patents and know-how for a nuts-and-bolts delivery system, "Automatic Parts Feeder Technology", to Japanese firm MICE in Kawasaki, an industrial city near Yokohama.
Air is free, right? Tell that to the Nissan Energy Management Team who combed through countless miles of tubing in the compressed air system in U.S. manufacturing facilities and repaired enough leaks to save 11,300 megawatt hours of energy last year.