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Nissan Design Europe Marks 15 Years Of Success

Nissan Design Europe Marks 15 Years Of Success

Nissan Design Europe, the brand’s world-class creative hub and starting point for some of today’s most popular and innovative models, this month celebrates 15 years at its current home.

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Major Change For The December Leasing Enquiries

Major Change For The December Leasing Enquiries

Data from ContractHireAndLeasing.com – the UK’s largest marketplace for new vehicle leasing – shows that the Volkswagen Golf was the most enquired about new car in December.

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NASA Research Into Autonomous Mobility Services

NASA Research Into Autonomous Mobility Services

Nissan North America, Inc., the U.S.-based subsidiary of Nissan Motor Co. Ltd., announced an agreement with NASA Ames Research Center in California’s Silicon Valley to collaborate on research and technology development for future autonomous mobility services, including a working demonstration in Silicon Valley.

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Nissan To Show Brain-To-Vehicle Technology

Nissan To Show Brain-To-Vehicle Technology

From technology that reads a driver’s brain waves to the world’s best-selling electric vehicle, Nissan will give visitors to CES 2018 a glimpse of its vision for the future of mobility – a future with more autonomy, more electrification and more connectivity.

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Brain-To-Vehicle Technology Redefines Driving

Brain-To-Vehicle Technology Redefines Driving

Nissan unveiled research today that will enable vehicles to interpret signals from the driver’s brain, redefining how people interact with their cars.

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