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Nissan Sport Sedan concept rolls into Detroit International Auto Show

Nissan Sport Sedan concept rolls into Detroit International Auto Show

Nissan has unveiled an interesting new concept car at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. The car is called the Nissan Sport Sedan Concept. While the car is strictly a concept, it doesn't look so farfetched as to keep it from coming into production if it is well received. The car has no flamboyant bodywork and looks like something that would be on car lots around the country.

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Annual sales for self-driving cars to hit 11.8M units by 2035

Annual sales for self-driving cars to hit 11.8M units by 2035

There are a lot of automotive manufacturers and technology firms that are working on technology for vehicles that can drive themselves. There are two overall types of self-driving vehicles today, ones that require some driver input and those that are fully autonomous and need no driver. Google is probably the biggest name in the fully autonomous game right now.

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Nissan Leaf, Tesla EVs to replace entire Bhutanese fleet

Nissan Leaf, Tesla EVs to replace entire Bhutanese fleet

The nation of Bhutan is seriously considering replacing all of its government-owned and -run fleet vehicles and taxis with electric vehicles. Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay is in ongoing discussions with Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn to import Nissan Leaf electric vehicles (EVs) by the handful, as well as installing charging stations throughout the grid. Tobgay has also reportedly spoken with Tesla about the same topic.

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Leaf EV could power your employer Nissan research suggests

Leaf EV could power your employer Nissan research suggests

Plugging in an EV to recharge while you're at work is commonplace for electric car drivers, but Nissan wants to take things the opposite way with its Leaf, with a "Vehicle-To-Building" system that can turn a small fleet of cars into a power source for business infrastructure. The feature, currently in early field testing, sees up to six of Nissan's Leaf - which it's now calling the best-selling electric vehicle in history - connected to a building's power distribution board, and able to feed energy back in when peak supply rates make traditional sources inefficient.

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Nissan self-driving car begins real-world testing

Nissan self-driving car begins real-world testing

Nissan has taken its autonomous Leaf prototype to the streets of Japan, making the self-driving car the first to share public roads in the country. The start of the real-world testing Nissan promised back in September, the Leaf navigated through the everyday challenges of a highway, capable of sticking to or changing between lanes, overtaking, and merging.

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Nissan’s new NISMO performance lineup rolls out at LA Auto Show

Nissan’s new NISMO performance lineup rolls out at LA Auto Show

In time for this year's Los Angeles Auto Show, Nissan is, for the first time, showing the North American audience its brand new line of sports-level performance cars. From an ultra powerful sportscar to a highly advanced compact, these three new cars take years of NISMO motorsports experience and puts them on the racetrack or the highway.

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Nissan 3E head-mounted display teased in dark video

Nissan 3E head-mounted display teased in dark video

The Tokyo Motor show is sure to bring on its fair share of oddities rather soon, one of the more face-friendly being the Nissan 3E HUD - a heads-up display made for Nissan vehicle driving specifically. What you're going to find with this device is a system in-tune with the vehicle as you drive it, allowing you to see a variety of detail points on the inner workings of the car while your traditional dashboard collection of meters gives you the rest of the layout per usual. Now we've just got to see how this device actually works.

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Nissan autonomous driving technology to arrive in cars in 2020

Nissan autonomous driving technology to arrive in cars in 2020

Nissan has been hard at work on its autonomous -- aka, "self-driving" -- car technology, which we got an in-depth look at this past summer. While there is a lot of work remaining, auto makers are scrambling to get their technology into the public's hands. Today Nissan has pegged an initial launch date for its autonomous technology, with the first cars utilizing the platform arriving in 2020.

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Nissan BladeGlider concept hints at Nissan’s EV future

Nissan BladeGlider concept hints at Nissan’s EV future

Nissan has unveiled a new concept car that will be making its official world debut at the Tokyo Motor Show. The car is called the Nissan BladeGlider and the automaker says the vehicle is a proposal for the future direction of Nissan electric vehicles development and an exploratory prototype of an upcoming production vehicle. The car has a shape similar to the Nissan DeltaWing racing car from above.

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Nissan Z35 to possibly fulfill 2011 Esflow concept at Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan Z35 to possibly fulfill 2011 Esflow concept at Tokyo Motor Show

Nissan is set to reveal a new coupe that is rumored to resemble the company's 2011 Esflow concept car. Codenamed Z35, the new coupe is aimed at twentysomethings, Nissan executive vice president Andy Palmer told Motor Trend. It will compete with the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ.

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2014 Nissan Rogue first-drive

2014 Nissan Rogue first-drive

You might not guess it, but Nissan's Rogue is the second most popular model in the company's range when it comes to US sales, and that means there's plenty riding on the 2014 Rogue. Bigger, and promising more refinement, more flexibility, and more toys as standard, the new Rogue will hit forecourts from November 13th priced from $22,490, with both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive versions and optional third-row seating. We grabbed some time behind the wheel to see if this is the compact crossover SUV to beat.

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Nissan recalls 153,000 SUVs over braking issues

Nissan recalls 153,000 SUVs over braking issues

Following yesterday's Hyundai Genesis recall, another auto maker has recalled some of its vehicles over braking problems, this time around being Nissan. About 153,000 of the maker's SUVs are being recalled, according to the NHTSA, with many of them being the new 2013 and 2014 Pathfinders. Suzuki has also recalled about 210,000 motorcycles over braking issues.

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