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).
Have it ever cross your mind that what if Nissan did design gaming chairs? Probably not. Like who on Earth would even think of that. Oh, wait. What? Nissan has signed partnerships with two esports gaming teams? OK. Never mind. Yeah. Nissan does want a piece of this “fastest-growing activity on the planet” after all.
At this point, I pretty much speechless. I am not a huge fan of hillclimb races, but I do know what a typical hillclimb race car look like. It is probably ground hugging, has more power than any car needs, and has huge-ass wing. However, nothing that I know about hillclimb race cars could have […]
Here’s a Nissan Altima, but as you can see, it is not the run-of-the-mill Altima. It has heavy-duty track system in place of wheels. It shouldn’t surprise anyone, especially Nissan fans because, turning its cars into a powdered ground-tearing beast with tracks wasn’t new. I believe it started with Nissan Rouge back in 2016 for […]
Nissan has unveiled a somewhat Volvo-ish-looking electric concept at the on-going North America International Auto Show in Detroit. Called Nissan IMs EV Sports Sedan, it is an all-electric, all-wheel drive electric car that boasts a unique “premier seat” 2+1+2 seat arrangement and full autonomous drive capability. The Nissan IMs EV Sports Sedan is driven by […]
At the CES auto salon… no wait, I mean to say CES 2019, Nissan has announced the new addition to its LEAF electric vehicle family, the 2019 Nissan LEAF e+. Why e+, you ask? Well, because, the new LEAF now packs a lot more power and range. The 2019 Nissan LEAF e+ should excite EV […]
If you think “transparent” hood and “transparent” A pillar were crazy concepts, wait till you see what Nissan has installed for the future of motoring. The Japanese automaker has taken to the CES 2019 to present a futuristic concept technology called Invisible-to-Visible (I2V). So what exactly is I2V? In simple terms, it is a technology […]