Guangzhou - Dongfeng Motor Co. Ltd. (DFL), the joint venture between Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (Nissan), and Dongfeng Automotive Investment (DFI), today announced that it will start the construction of a new 3 billion RMB (USD $362 million*) engine plant at Huadu, Guangzhou in Guangdong Province.
Nissan's AZEAL Coupe, the first concept car created at the new Nissan Design America, Inc. studios in Farmington Hills, Mich., is set to debut at the 2005 North American International Auto Show in Detroit in early January.
Tokyo--Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., and Yokohama Marinos Ltd., a Nissan affiliate, today announced that they would relocate the headquarters functions of Yokohama Marinos and build a new headquarters at 61 City Block in Minato-Mirai 21.
All Japan GT Championship (JGTC) Round 6 was held at AUTO POLIS in Oita prefecture (4.674km/lap) from October 30 to 31, and Xanavi NISMO Z (#1) started from 3rd place in grid to overcome the fierce battle and finish the race by a lead and win the second race this season.
Tokyo - Nissan is displaying a new prototype vehicle at this year's 11th World Congress on Intelligent Transport Systems that incorporates a multimedia platform capable of showing up to 4 moving images on an onboard screen at once.
Tokyo, Japan, October 5, 2004- Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. and NTT DoCoMo, Inc. today announced that they would offer a new service that enables drivers to receive i-mode<sup>®</sup> content on their mobile phones by using their Nissan's CARWINGS navigation system.
Tokyo-Nissan Motor Co., Ltd., today began its countdown toward its goal of selling 3.6 million units within the next twelve months, or 1 million units more compared with fiscal year 2001, its final commitment under the NISSAN 180 three-year business plan.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 16, 2004) - Nissan North America, Inc. (NNA) today announced it will expand its engine assembly plant in Decherd, Tenn., to produce crankshaft forgings for the engines it manufactures for all Nissan and Infiniti vehicles built at the company's two U.S. manufacturing plants.
Tokyo - Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. (Nissan) and Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) announced today that they intend to pioneer the standardization and shared-use of software and networks for electronic vehicle control systems by participating in non-profit JASPAR*, established on Sept. 8 by Toyota Tsusho Corporation and its subsidiary Toyota Tsusho Electronics Corporation.
At the 2004 Paris Motor Show, Nissan will be displaying many new and recently revised European products which will underline the company's aggressive ambitions in Europe, as well as its desire to change consumers' perception of Nissan.