Recycled Nissan Leaf Batteries Light Up Camping Trips

Posted by on 23 Apr 2019 under Nissan Concept, Nissan Leaf, Nissan News, Nissan Qashqai

Nissan Opus Camper Concept

Nissan Opus Camper Concept

As of January 2019, Nissan has sold more than 360,000 Leaf models since debuting back in 2011. Considering the number of batteries they produce, the Japanese automaker has come up with a few ideas on how to recycle them. Their latest (and greatest) is a smart pop-up concept camper developed in partnership with off-road camping manufacturer Opus and powered by recycled Nissan Leaf battery cells.


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Nissan Uses HaptX VR To Design The Cars Of Tomorrow

Posted by on 01 Apr 2019 under Nissan Concept, Nissan Intelligent Mobility, Nissan News

Designing cars in the traditional sense typically starts with a person at a desk sketching a two-dimensional car design which is then brought to life using full-size clay models. While this has been the ‘go-to’ method for most manufacturers, Nissan wants to find a less labour intensive and a more high-tech solution. Now, Nissan designers are now trying their hand at using HaptX VR gloves to create 3D models without clay.


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The Future Of Electric Crossovers With Nissan IMQ Concept

Posted by on 14 Mar 2019 under Nissan Concept, Nissan GT-R

Nissan IMQ

Nissan IMQ Electric Crossover

The Japanese automaker has announced the unveiling of the new Nissan IMQ concept electric SUV. So far, there hasn’t been too much information to go on but the teaser image clearly shows a futuristic crossover. Considering the smorgasbord of features and technologies, Nissan stated that the crossover “embodies the future of Nissan Intelligent Mobility and gives a sneak peek as to what might be in your future driveway.”


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The ItalDesign Nissan GT-R50 In All Its Glory

Posted by on 28 Feb 2019 under Nissan Concept, Nissan GT-R, Nissan News

Nissan GT-R50 by ItalDesign

The ItalDesign Nissan GT-R50

Since launching the first modern-day Nissan GT-R production model in 2007, the Japanese automaker stamped their authority in style. Subsequent models included the Black Edition, Nissan GT-R Premium, SpecV, GT-R Nismo and the GT-R Nismo N-Attack. Now, celebrating the car’s 50th anniversary, they have launched the Nissan GT-R50.


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Nissan Juke Adventure Concept Tears Up The Tracks

Posted by on 22 Jan 2019 under General, Nissan 370z, Nissan Concept, Nissan Juke

Nissan Juke Adventure Concept

Nissan Juke Adventure Concept

While we don’t see snow in South Africa to the extent that requires a car with tank-like tracks, this Nissan Juke is too good not to write about. It appears to be a mix between a car, a snowmobile and the Mars rover but with epic styling. Based on looks alone, who wouldn’t want to give it a try?


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Nissan Xmotion Concept SUV Makes A Bold Statement

Posted by on 25 Jan 2018 under Nissan Concept

The New Nissan Xmotion Concept

The New Nissan Xmotion Concept

The North American International Auto Show was host to the unveiling of the Nissan Xmotion concept SUV (pronounced “cross-motion”). Nissan, once again, walked away with the prestigious “Innovative Use of Color, Graphics or Materials” award. It’s the second consecutive time they won this award following in the footsteps of the Vmotion 2.0 concept.


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Nissan Celebrates an Electric 70 Years at the Festival of Speed

Posted by on 21 Jul 2017 under Nissan Concept, Nissan News

Every summer, since 1993, Lord and Lady March open up their English country estate in West Sussex, Goodwood House, to petrol heads, speed demons and racing car fundis. What started off as a small gathering over twenty years ago is now an internationally acclaimed event that sells out year after year. Lord March has grown and developed the Festival of Speed over time, and his hands-on approach is a huge contributing factor to its success. His ongoing commitment to growing the Festival of Speed has resulted in participation and support from a wide sector of the motoring community.


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Off-roading with the Nissan Cargo X Project Van

Posted by on 08 Feb 2017 under Nissan Concept, Nissan NV200

Nissan, in conjunction with Ian Johnson, who is the host of the American television show Xtreme Off-Road, have taken their standard Nissan Cargo van (the South African equivalent of which is the Nissan NV200) and supersized it. They have created a once off project van that puts the X in xtreme. While the Nissan Cargo X is not set to be put into mass production, it does show the huge potential of the Nissan Cargo as the ultimate commercial vehicle.


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Nissan BladeGlider – From Fantasy to Reality!

Posted by on 26 Aug 2016 under Nissan Concept

What was once purely a Nissan design teams fantasy that was unveiled back in 2013 has become an automotive reality that could change the way we drive forever. Say hello to the fully-functional advanced Nissan BladeGlider prototype!


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Meet the Great Dream Sedan that Nissan Won’t Let You Have

Posted by on 14 Apr 2015 under Nissan Concept

It seems as though the Nissan hits just keep coming with the unveiling of the brand new 2016 Nissan Lannia being unveiled at the Auto Shanghai 2015 motor show. This all new midsize sedan represents a milestone in Nissan’s plan to capture the hearts and minds of millions of the growing youth generation in China.

Met The Great Dream Sedan That Nissan Won’t Let You Have

The Nissan Lannia was unveiled at the Auto Shanghai 2015 motor show

Nissan has proudly stated that the new 2016 Nissan Lannia is the first Nissan vehicle that has been specifically developed for the Chinese youth market by Chinese designers and driving enthusiasts. Nissan sees the youth of China as a new generation of trendsetters and technological natives who have grown up in a world of fast paced advances and uncompromising and unique style. By specifically created a vehicle that responds directly to their needs Nissan is hoping to continue to inspire a whole new generation of Nissan lovers. The youth market in China is growing in number and in spending power and by plugging into their desires and aspirations, Nissan is hoping to expand their market share in the hotly contested Chinese market.


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