NISSAN has revealed its Friend-Me concept, a four-passenger sedan designed for a generation with a very different automotive outlook. With an assertive, imposing exterior featuring boldly flowing sculpted lines, Friend-Me is a confident creature of the night, meant to be seen in bright city lights.
THE AVERAGE human has a field of vision of around 120 degrees, but drivers of the new Nissan Note will be able to see a full 360 degrees thanks to Nissan’s advanced engineering and sophisticated technologies. The new model, unveiled at last month’s Geneva Motor Show, is the first Nissan
THE Qashqai is still the UK’s top crossover choice, according to the latest registration figures published by the SMMT. Nearly 8,500 units of the Sunderland-built crossover were registered in the crucial plate-change month of March – a result which won the Qashqai sixth place in the March
NISSAN is taking in-car technology to a new level with the launch of a new equipment-packed Juke n-tec special edition. The newcomer joins the acclaimed Juke range, delivering even more style, higher equipment levels and an enhanced Nissan Connect infotainment system featuring remote connectivity
SIGNALLING the start of a wave of bold new models from Nissan, the all-new Note for Europe will make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show on March 5. Nissan’s commitment to innovation, style and excitement has produced some of the most talked-about cars in recent years. And now, following in
THE 100 per cent electric Nissan LEAF this week marked another milestone as it passed the 50,000 sales mark, reinforcing its position as the best-selling electric vehicle of all time. The owners of Nissan LEAF around the world have now covered a total distance of more than 160 million miles,
FOR 35 years Penn Jillette has been making news as part of the beloved magical and comedic duo Penn & Teller. He has headlined at The Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas for the past decade, and has enjoyed sold-out runs on Broadway, world tours, Emmy-winning TV specials and
A DRAMATIC new concept car from Nissan, being given its world premiere at this week’s Geneva Motor Show, heralds a possible fresh design direction for the company. Called the Hi-Cross Concept, the proposal looks at ways to extend Nissan’s leadership of the crossover market with a