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2017 Infiniti QX30
Jul. 21, 2016

Infiniti – What's New for 2017

Infiniti enters the 2017 model year with an expanded model lineup – anchored by the late summer U.S. arrivals of the all-new Infiniti QX30 premium active crossover and the return of the iconic Infiniti Q60 sports coupe. The new models signal the next phase of the brand's global growth strategy and come at a time when Infiniti continues to set sales records around the word.
Alfonso Albasia
Jul. 18, 2016

Learning from challenges and adapting to the unexpected: An Interview with Infiniti design director Alfonso Albasia

Alfonso Albaisa is executive design director, Infiniti Motor Company, Ltd. and also a corporate vice president. A graduate of the Pratt Institute — a top American university in the areas of industrial design and architecture based in the New York City area — Albaisa has spent his entire career with Nissan and Infiniti. Here, Albasia reveals what inspires him personally, what it's like working as part of a global design team, and more.
2017 Nissan Pathfinder
Jul. 13, 2016

Nissan 2017 – What's New

Welcome to "Nissan 2017 – What's New." Replacing the annual "Charting the Changes," this document will be updated monthly, creating a one-stop shop for the most up-to-date Nissan vehicle lineup news. Watch for updates on Nissan vehicles as they become available, and, as always, check in regularly with NissanNews.com for the latest updates on Nissan sales, pricing, motorsports and other activities in the United States and around the world.*
2015 NISMO Festival
Jul. 11, 2016

NISMO Festival date confirmed for 2016 at Fuji Speedway in Japan

The annual NISMO Festival in Japan has been confirmed for 2016 for Fuji Speedway on December 11. This year will be the 19th running of NISMO Festival that brings together the stars and cars from Nissan's global motorsport activities – both past and present.
Renault Sport Formula One Team’s British Grand Prix comes to frustrating end with double retirement
Jul. 10, 2016

Renault Sport Formula One Team's British Grand Prix comes to frustrating end with double retirement

Renault Sport Formula One Team's British Grand Prix came to a frustrating end with a double retirement. Jolyon Palmer and Kevin Magnussen stopped on lap 38 and 50 respectively both with suspected gearbox problems. The mixed track conditions presented scant opportunity for advancement from their P18 and P16 starting positions, with both Jolyon and Kevin caught in traffic before their retirements.