Nissan was founded just before World War I, and is one of the largest carmakers in the world. In 1999, it entered an alliance with French carmaker Renault, which owns 43.4 per cent of Nissan, which owns 15 per cent of Renault. Its models include the high-performance GTR.
Nissan Motor says its growth in China next year will outpace industrywide sales there for the first time in three years as consumers in the world's largest car market return to Japanese brands.Friday, 6 December, 2013, 6:59am
Nissan Motor says it will make cars that drive themselves by 2020.
The Japanese automaker made the pledge Tuesday at an event in California.
Chief executive Carlos Ghosn has said before that he wants Nissan to be the first to sell self-driving cars. But Tuesday’s announcement was more specific.28 Aug 2013 - 9:53am
Nissan Motor and its local joint-ventures sold 90,900 automobiles in China in July, up 1.8 per cent from a year earlier, the Japanese automaker said on Tuesday.
That follows a 7.7 per cent year-on-year decline in June and a 2 per cent rise in May.
In the first seven months of this year, Nissan sold a total of 682,500 vehicles, down 7.1 per cent from a year earlier.6 Aug 2013 - 2:28pm
Ambitious Chinese carmaker Dongfeng Motor and France’s Renault may sign a deal this month for an 11 billion yuan (HK$13.8 billion) joint venture after a decade of talks, a report said on Monday.8 Jul 2013 - 11:54pm
To most car owners, Infiniti has little brand pulling power. But Nissan's luxury line - which set up its global head office in Hong Kong last year - says the brand will be better known than Audi and BMW in a decade.
Johan De Nysschen, who became the brand's president in July, said Infiniti did not intend to sell as many cars as its German rivals but would focus on getting to the top.6 May 2013 - 3:34am
To mark its 20th anniversary four years ago, Japanese carmaker Infiniti unveiled a concept car intended to embody the very essence of its design philosophy - the DNA to be instilled in all future models.3 May 2013 - 5:17am 1 comment
A recovery for Japan's carmakers in the world's largest vehicle market hit a snag yesterday when Toyota, Honda, Nissan and Mazda recalled 32,572 vehicles in China. But that is just a fraction of at least 3 million vehicles that the four companies are recalling worldwide due to defective airbags made by Takata - the world's second-largest supplier of airbags and seat belts.12 Apr 2013 - 5:31am 1 comment
Dongfeng Motor expects sales of cars from its Japanese partner Nissan to resume growth in April.
But the group, which also partners with Honda, Peugeot and Volvo, set a modest sales growth target of 7 per cent, or 2.35 million vehicles, this year.29 Mar 2013 - 5:19am
Sales of Japanese cars in China have yet to recover from a territorial dispute that erupted between the two countries in August over the Diaoyu Islands.
Figures released yesterday suggest sales improvements in January were temporary.5 Mar 2013 - 5:26am
China discovered more than 1.4 billion tonnes of new proven oil reserves last year, its third-highest annual haul ever, while its proven reserves of natural gas rose by a record of nearly 900 billion cubic metres over the year, the Ministry of Land and Resources said.19 Jan 2013 - 5:12am