The Nissan e-NV200 Combi is not the prettiest by any van standards. It is, however, a practical daily driver that carries more than just a few people and has a ridiculous amount of cargo space. As it turns out, it is more than just a van; it could be a good camper too as demonstrated […]
So, Nissan just revealed the Z Proto, giving us a peek at the future of the Z car. TBH, I am not impressed. Clearly, the design has remnants of Nissan 350Z in it and that’s not a good thing.
It is a known fact that Japan always get the cool stuff. What some of us don’t know is, that applies to McDonald’s Happy Meal (or just Happy Set, as it is known in Japan). In commemoration of Tomica’s 50th anniversary, Happy Set sold starting April 17 will include a Tomica toy vehicle.
Here’s an important automobile development that matters if you care about road and engine noises. It is from Nissan and it is a lightweight noise-reducing technology known as acoustic meta-metarial.
Two years after revealing the Nissan GT-R50 by Italdesign, Nissan is finally gearing up to deliver the first customer model. But before that materialized, this first customer model of the Nissan GT-R50 by Italdesign will be displayed at the Geneva Motor Show in March 2020.
There may be an upheaval going over at Nissan corporate, but that is not going to detract one of the most loved JDM from continuing to go fast on the track. Nissan has officially debut the Nissan LEAF NISMO RC Racing Car in Europe at Circuit Ricardo Tormo in Valencia, Spain.
Nissan Rogue (and Rouge Sport) may have generous cargo space, but they, like so many SUVs, suffer from runaway items and also, whatever you put back there is expose for everyone to see – including criminal minds.
Keen eye observer can tell this isn’t a GT-R. It is not. In fact, it is a 1991 R32 GTS-4. But that’s the point. The point is, it has a freaking infinity mirror taillights! Also it has a bad-ass NES controller for key fob. Yes, really!
Well, what do you know? Nissan is joining the long list of LEGO Speed Champions come next year. Not surprisingly, it is the Nissan GT-R NISMO that was given the brick treatment (though we would much love it was the R32).
I am not fond of the Nissan GT-R. Especially not after what Carlos Ghosn did with it when he led the Japanese market into profitability (and he himself subsequently, falling from grace as we all have heard).