Nissan has been making its sports car, the Z, for 50 years now. To celebrate the five-decade milestone for the ride, Nissan is offering up the 2020 370Z 50th Anniversary Edition that has interesting livery and touches for the commemorative model. The red on white or black on silver livery is meant to celebrate the same racing livery that appeared on the original Datsun 240Z that came to the US 50 years ago.
The 2020 Nissan Versa has made a surprise debut, with the automaker's popular subcompact car getting more memorable design and more tech. Headed to dealerships this summer, the 2020 Versa is wider, longer, and lower, giving it a stance more in keeping with Nissan's larger cars.
The Nissan IMQ concept crossover may have been cooked up to catch attention at the Geneva Motor Show 2019, but its influences look set to linger in the automaker's range in the years to come. The latest in a series of Nissan SUVs, the IMQ features not only the newest design language from the company's studios, but an e-POWER drivetrain that promises more flexibility along with more frugality.
Nissan has pulled the wraps off a new custom version of its Titan XD truck. The base truck was a Titan XD Diesel Crew Cab Midnight Edition. The finished product was turned into a rolling office, and a house builders dream says, Nissan.
Nissan and OPUS Campers have taken the wraps off a new camper concept that taps used electric vehicle batteries to offer power while on the go. Called the Nissan x OPUS concept, this camper features ROAM, a portable and weather-resistant power pack from Nissan Energy. Unlike the gas generators used by some campers, ROAM is silent and free of emissions.
Nissan has announced a new option package for the 2019 Pathfinder SUV that aims to save buyers some cash compared to choosing individual options. The new option package is the 2019 Pathfinder Rock Creek Edition, and it is available on the SV, and SL trims levels. The package will add $995 to the MSRP of a standard Pathfinder SV or SL.
Nissan has announced a new member of the "warrior" family of vehicles that replaces wheels for tank-like treads to get around in the snow and on just about any other surface. The new ride is called the Altima-te AWD, and it will make the rounds at Canadian auto shows starting with its debut in Montreal. The most noticeable feature of the car is the massively flared fenders that are 7-inches wide in the front and rear to cover the treads.
With SUVs and crossovers increasingly popular, is there still a place for the sports sedan - or room for it to reinvent itself? That's the question Nissan is asking at the Detroit Auto Show 2019 with the Nissan IMs concept, an "elevated sports sedan" that weaves electrification, luxury, and performance into one striking car.
Nissan has unveiled the much-anticipated 2019 Leaf e+, adding a bigger battery to the best-selling electric car and thus kicking range past the 200 mile mark. Announced at CES 2019 this week, the new Leaf e+ will be released in the US and Canada as the 2019 Leaf Plus, and deliver roughly 40-percent more range than the regular model.
You could forgive the Nissan Leaf for feeling overlooked in the electric car segment. Tesla may get the lion's share of the attention, particularly over the past eighteen months with the Model 3, but it's Nissan's far more affordable EV that has become the world's best-seller. Now, there's a brand new Leaf, completely reworked to reflect the changes in the electric vehicle landscape since the original debuted back in 2010.
The last time we talked about the Nissan GT-R50 by Italdesign was when the car was on hand at the Goodwood Festival of Speed to a run up the hill. Rumors swirled that the vehicle might enter production as a very limited run ride. Nissan has now confirmed its production plans and offered up pricing on the car.