Nissan has dominated the SUV category by taking the first and second place of the most prestigious prizes awarded each year by the Inter-American Federation of Automotive Journalists (FIPA, per its acronym in Spanish). During the 2017 edition, Nissan Kicks was named the “2017 SUV of the Year” by FIPA, while Nissan Murano, pioneer of the crossover family, took the second place, making Nissan the segment’s leader.
Nissan Mexico has launched its new crossover, Nissan Kicks, in Mexico City. This global model – which is produced at Nissan's A1 manufacturing plant in Aguascalientes, Mexico – is being introduced for the first time into the Mexican market and is expected to revolutionize the compact crossover industry, a segment the company is participating in for the first time.
Nissanwill honor its Global Director of Excitement and seven-time Olympic gold medalist Usain Bolt this week with a series of activations to celebrate his historic career and his 30th birthday this Sunday, August 21.
Nissan’s global leadership in the crossover segment will be further strengthened by the arrival of the all-new Nissan Kicks. The production Nissan Kicks retains the basic design cues taken from the Kicks Concept – first shown at the Sao Paulo Motor Show in 2014 – and is a stylish crossover built for busy city-dwellers to tackle everything the city can throw at it.
Nissan Brazil celebrates today the two-year anniversary of its Industrial Complex in Resende, Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil. This project is the result of R$ 2.6 billion investment, the first standalone Nissan manufacturing site in the country.
Carlos Ghosn, President and Chief Executive Officer, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today announced that the brand will produce a new crossover which will be sold globally, starting with Latin American markets from 2016.