Tag : Nissan
Nissan COO Ashwani Gupta has reiterated the importance of UK-EU free trade to ensure the future of its Sunderland manufacturing plant, else it may be forced … Read More »
Does the new longer-range Leaf make sense for fleet drivers, asks Natalie Middleton.
There are now more EV charging stations than fuel stations in the UK, with almost 1,000 more public places to charge cars compared to forecourts.
In the wake of its first quarter results, Nissan will cut 12,500 jobs across its global workforce, as well as a reduced model line-up.
Renault, Nissan and Waymo are to work together to explore market opportunities for driverless mobility services.
The sports-tuned Micra debuts a couple of significant new engines, explains Alex Grant.
Nissan Motor GB has appointed Kalyana Sivagnanam as managing director with immediate effect.
A tie-in with Daimler adds refinement and improves economy in the latest Qashqai update, discovers Jonathan Musk…
Alex Grant wonders if the versatile X-Trail might be the last of its kind.
Is Nissan’s trailblazer still ahead of the electric pack? Alex Grant finds out.
UK car production fell 13.3% in March, leading the car industry to repeat its calls for continued customs union membership.
Nissan Motor has created three new roles within its fleet management team as it reworks its fleet proposition.
Nissan and NASA are extending their research into autonomous mobility services under a new five-year collaboration.
Nissan‘s latest research focuses on using brain power to control vehicles and enhance reaction time, safety and more.
Nissan has announced the 2018 Leaf price list, which marks the abandonment of battery leasing on the brand’s current electric vehicle line-up.
Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance and Daimler have together developed a new petrol engine, said to be cleaner, more efficient and offer more torque.
The UK government is investing £200m to bring autonomous vehicle R&D to the UK, anticipating that the first cars will reach the market within four years.
Fleet World’s round-up of the most important headlines from the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show.
As well as joining Formula E for the fifth season, Nissan has unveiled a brace of EV concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show 2017.
The class leader has had a customer-focused update for 2017, explains Alex Grant.
Nissan has launched a new fast charger for fleets and business owners as it looks to spearhead the adoption of electric vehicles by businesses.
Car groups including Renault-Nissan, VW and Kia have become the latest manufacturers to launch scrappage schemes intended to tempt buyers to new, less-polluting vehicles.
Qashqai’s revised big brother has enhanced its appeal – but is it enough, asks Craig Thomas?