The world’s best-selling electric vehicle, the Nissan LEAF, was selected to be reviewed in the Good Housekeeping November buyer’s guide, along with seven other vehicles. The LEAF was specifically recognized for its “impressive” cruising range, value enhanced by available federal and state tax incentives and segment-exclusive Around View Monitor, which is great for parking and backing out.
We caught a glimpse of the next generation Nissan Maxima covered in camouflage with our spy shots. At the 2014 Detroit auto show, the car’s design concept was placed on display. The biggest influence from the concept is the V-shaped grille with smaller inlets on each side and jagged headlights. The Sport Sedan concept boasts a version of Nissan’s 3.5-liter V6 engine that churns out over 300 horsepower, coupled with a CVT that powers the front wheels.
Nissan has put the world’s best-selling electric vehicle (EV) to the streets of Waterloo, London to paint the town with graffiti art. The 100% electric Nissan LEAF is being used as a part of the efforts to bring awareness to the growing battle with poor air quality in the UK, while also cleaning up the streets. Nissan recruited Reverse Graffiti artist, Moose, to create a mass-scale mural that can be viewed in the subway on Station’s Approach, Waterloo. Unlike traditional graffiti, Moose creates his art by removing dirt from surfaces with a jet washer or wire brush. The same dirt that he uses to create this striking art is typically caused by matters from vehicle exhausts, which often exceed pollution guidelines and limits that have been set by the city. On this go around, the jet water used to create the reverse graffiti was powered by the Nissan LEAF. A portable device was used to convert two-days worth of electricity from the EV. Getting involved with this campaign places Nissan as a leading role in the push for clean air and smarter cities around the world!
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Nissan showcased two very different sides of its 2015 Pulsar Hatchback during the 2014 Paris Motor Show – a standard and concept version. Nissan is looking to rival the Volkswagen Golf and Ford Focus with its standard version, however, the concept represents a “devilish” twist to the Pulsar. The concept features a suspension that’s dropped to the floor, sharper steering, huge air intakes in the front bumper, flared fenders, a rear diffuser with central exhausts, carbon fiber trimming, interior race seats and a three-spoke steering wheel. Currently, Nissan says the Pulsar NISMO Concept is “only a design study at this stage.”
Since it was first introduced in 1984, the NISMO has set the bar for Nissan’s various high performance race models that have been introduced over the past three decades. Many would consider it to be both a prodigy and a muse. Over the years, it has spawned the iconic Z-cars, the head-turning R390 GT1 Le and the NISMO-tuned Skyline GT-R, which became known to fans as “Godzilla.” Let’s take a glimpse at 30 years of excellence from the Nissan NISMO!
Nissan’s “Project Titan,” partnered with the Wounded Warrior Project to build the ultimate Titan pickup truck with help from fans on Facebook for an epic adventure in Alaska. More high performing parts and accessories have been added onto the truck to prepare it to tackle some of the world’s toughest terrain in Alaska. Watch the latest video here!
The Nissan Altima was named one of the “10 Most Comfortable Cars Under $30,000” by Kelley Blue Book’s KBB.com. Finishing sixth on the list, Nissan’s top-selling model in the U.S. was recognized specifically for its “notably comfortable,” NASA-inspired “Zero Gravity” front seats. “In addition to its advanced ‘Zero Gravity’ front seats, the 2014 Altima features soft-touch armrests as well as noise absorption materials to help reduce cabin noise and improve the overall experience inside the vehicle,“ said Fred Diaz, senior vice president, Nissan Sales & Marketing and Operations. “
According to Auto Express, the next-generation Nissan Leaf will flaunt an improved 186-mile driving range, thanks to a new battery technology they are working on. The new battery technology will provide better energy density, which will allow drivers to travel twice as far as the current model. The Leaf’s improved battery technology and motor will also be used on Infiniti products in the future.