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This is the 2017 Nissan GT-R: Power and luxury boosted

This is the 2017 Nissan GT-R: Power and luxury boosted

Nissan's GT-R is undeniably iconic, but it's also getting long in the tooth, and so Godzilla has gone in for a revamp. It's no minor surgery, either, with the 2017 Nissan GT-R getting a more aggressive look outside, more power from the engine, and more luxury inside, as the company readies itself for big competition from the Lexus LC 500, Acura NSX, and others.

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BMW, Nissan considering Formula E motorsport debut

BMW, Nissan considering Formula E motorsport debut

Currently in its second season, Formula E, the all-electric championship racing series, is starting to - ahem - gain real traction in the world of motorsport. While the first season, which kicked off less than two years ago, saw every team using their own version of a Renault Spark SRT_01E, the series has opened up to other car manufactures, and now several big automotive names are looking to participate. Among these are said to be both BMW and Nissan, according to a recent report from Autosport.

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Nissan Shuts Down NissanConnect EV App Due To Hacking Exploit

Nissan Shuts Down NissanConnect EV App Due To Hacking Exploit

'Let us break it so you can fix it.' It's a hacker credo as old as the first curious phreakers who explored the edges of national phone systems in the 1970s - and it's one that's still relevant today. After hacking enthusiasts and security consultant Troy Hunt reported to the world that the Nissan Leaf electric car featured a software vulnerability that could allow for outside individuals to take over control of certain vehicle systems, the automaker has announced that it is shutting down the app in question until it can address the vulnerability.

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Nissan Leaf security vulnerability allows remote access to vehicle functions

Nissan Leaf security vulnerability allows remote access to vehicle functions

The Nissan Leaf is one of the most popular EVs in the world with many of them in the hands of customers globally. Recently a security vulnerability was discovered in the way the Nissan app interacts with the Leaf that allows people to access Leaf functions remotely outside of how Nissan intended the car to be accessible. The discovery was made by a Leaf owner who happens to be an app developer while at a security conference.

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Nissan Leaf vulnerability opens climate controls to hackers

Nissan Leaf vulnerability opens climate controls to hackers

The Nissan Leaf electric car has a security issue that leaves it vulnerable to hackers, security researcher Troy Hunt has revealed. The vulnerability leaves the Leaf's climate systems -- the air conditioner and heater -- open to hackers, and it all revolves around the auto maker's companion mobile app. While the vulnerability doesn't risk the drivers' personal safety, it does provide an avenue for someone to drain a Leaf's batteries.

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Nissan’s robo-chairs hint at autonomous cars’ big pitch

Nissan’s robo-chairs hint at autonomous cars’ big pitch

How do you sell people on the idea of a self-parking car? Why, with an office ballet of self-tidying chairs, if you're Nissan at least. The Japanese firm has cooked up a flock of smart seating that automatically shuttle back to their respective desks when unruly human occupants leave them.

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All-New 2017 Nissan Titan Joins XD At Chicago Auto Show

All-New 2017 Nissan Titan Joins XD At Chicago Auto Show

First we had the Nissan Titan XD, a not-quite-heavy-duty pickup that showed there was life in the Japanese brand's truck division after years of neglect. Now we've got the 2017 Nissan Titan showing its face (in digital form) at the Chicago Auto Show as the second prong in the automaker's two-tier attack on the full-size segment.

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2017 Nissan Armada At The Chicago Auto Show: New Platform, Engine, and Styling

2017 Nissan Armada At The Chicago Auto Show: New Platform, Engine, and Styling

The 2017 Nissan Armada joins its SUV colleagues the Nissan Rogue, Nissan Pathfinder, and the Nissan Murano in the 'recently redesigned' club as the all-new model has been unveiled just ahead of the Chicago Auto Show. The Armada, which had become a largely-forgotten full-size member of the Nissan people mover family, graduates to a fresh platform that significantly modernizes many aspects of the three-row sport-utility vehicle.

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Nissan “Winter Warrior” trio revealed for Chicago Auto Show

Nissan “Winter Warrior” trio revealed for Chicago Auto Show

This week the folks at Nissan have revealed three new vehicles - concepts the lot of them. Each of them is ready to roll with winter weather preparedness - extreme winter weather preparedness, with full snow track systems. They're all red, too. They can pretty much take on any set of elements you're going to toss at them. Here you'll find the custom-built Pathfinder, Murano and Rogue, all prepared for their first showing at the Chicago Auto Show.

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Rumors claim next Nissan Armada will be the Nissan Patrol

Rumors claim next Nissan Armada will be the Nissan Patrol

A nice little rumor is making the rounds concerning what the next Nissan Armada might look like. I would have assumed since the Titan and Armada share the same platform currently, the next Armada would simply look like the front half of the new Titan with a SUV rear end. Rumors flowing claim that the next Armada will in fact be a rebadged Nissan Patrol.

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Nissan to recall nearly a million cars over hood latch issue

Nissan to recall nearly a million cars over hood latch issue

A hood latch issue has resulted in a 930,000 vehicle recall for auto maker Nissan, which announced plans to recall and repair the affected vehicles on Friday. This recall covers vehicles located around the globe, and marks Nissan’s third recall attempt to fix its hood latch woes. The issue affects some Nissan Altima sedans spanning the 2013 to 2015 model years.

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BMW and Nissan team to take on Tesla’s Superchargers

BMW and Nissan team to take on Tesla’s Superchargers

BMW and Nissan have joined forces to take on Tesla's Supercharger network, installing new electric car chargers at 120 locations across the US. The stations, which will be capable of recharging a Nissan Leaf or BMW i3 to 80-percent in 20-30 minutes, span nineteen states, though they'll also be of interest to drivers of other electric cars.

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