Nissan Mexico is proudly celebrating the 50th anniversary of CIVAC Plant, the company's first manufacturing complex outside Japan. Nissan CIVAC Plant established the beginning of a longstanding tradition in innovation, research, commitment and the highest quality standards in vehicle manufacturing that continually contribute to the excellence the brand delivers.
Nissan volunteers will add hard hats and tool belts to their work attire as they continue a partnership with Habitat for Humanity Mississippi Capital Area (HFHMCA) that began nearly a decade ago. Nissan is focusing its efforts on Greenview Drive – the deteriorated south Jackson street that is being revitalized thanks to HFHMCA and its supporters.
Did your mom let you borrow her car for your first date that turned into a lifelong love? Did she slip you some gas money and teach you the rules of the road? Perhaps your mom drove you to school and to great success later in life. If she did, Nissan wants to hear from you.
Nissan once again received the ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence Award, the highest honor given to top organizations dedicated to protecting the environment by making their operations more energy efficient. This marks the fifth consecutive year that Nissan has been recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its continued commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions and improving energy management.
Today at Auto China 2016 Nissan unveiled the all-new Tiida and announced the launch of Maxima, strengthening its product offering for young consumers in China. Additionally, the Nissan IDS Concept premiered, bringing the company's vision for the future of EVs and autonomous driving (AD) to China.
The Always Evolving/AIM Autosport Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 squad pulled out two strong performances at the picturesque Barber Motorsport Park last weekend in Pirelli World Challenge. Inaugural GT Academy USA winner Bryan Heitkotter fought back from his Long Beach crash to finish sixth in both races, while Australian teammate James Davison was fourth in race one and eighth in race two.
For the fourth consecutive year, Nissan is partnering with the Heisman Trophy Trust to begin construction of a Habitat for Humanity home in a community where the automaker has a business presence. This year the home is located north of Nashville.