STAFF at a Cambridgeshire car dealership have been so impressed by the new Nissan Pulsar that more than a quarter of the workforce has placed orders for the family hatchback. Eight employees at JS Holmes Ltd in High Road, Wisbech, have taken advantage of a company scheme to drive home in the
NEXT week is Red Nose Day, and Nissan showrooms up and down the country will be doing their bit to raise money. Some will be planning to wear fancy dress, while others may be organising special stunts. Whatever you’re doing for Friday March 13, let us know and we’ll publish your story here.
FORMER F1 racer Max Chilton and Nissan regular Alex Buncombe have completed Nissan’s squad of nine drivers for the Nissan GT-R LM NISMO. The announcement was made ahead of the Geneva Motor Show, where Nissan’s LM P1 car will appear for the first time in Europe. Chilton joins Nissan
GLYN HOPKIN has relocated from its Nissan Leyton business in east London to a purpose-built dealership in nearby Manor Park. The new state-of-the-art facility in Romford Road has a 15-vehicle showroom to showcase the entire Nissan range plus a 20-bay workshop – the largest in the Glyn Hopkin
GP3 RACE WINNER Jann Mardenborough was revealed as one of the drivers of Nissan’s innovative LM P1 racing car at the Chicago Motor Show today. At the same time in Yokohama, Japan, it was announced that fellow GT Academy winner Lucas Ordonez had also been selected to race the Nissan GT-R LM
THREE members of the driving squad for Nissan’s new Le Mans challenger the Nissan GT-R LM NISMO have been revealed. Tsugio Matsuda from Japan, Briton Harry Tincknell and Olivier Pla from France join Nissan’s squad of nine drivers from across the globe who between them will race in the
THE first driver of Nissan’s Le Mans challenger, the Nissan GT-R LM NISMO, has been revealed as Marc Gene. The Spanish ace has an exemplary record in LM P1 racing, with eight LM P1 Le Mans 24 Hours races under his belt. Gene’s experience is much in demand and he has been test driver at
NISSAN’s Senior Vice-President for Design and Chief Creative Officer has been named winner of the prestigious Grand Prix du Design at a gala dinner to open the prestigious International Automobile Festival in Paris. Shiro Nakamura received the honour in recognition of his illustrious career