Nissan teaches robots to make replacement parts for cars

Nissan has developed a new way to use robots to make car parts out of sheet steel, a breakthrough that could make replacement parts for discontinued models more widely available for customers.

Nissan hopes to commercialize the proprietary technique, known as dual-sided dieless forming. The technique involves two synchronized robots working from opposite sides of a steel sheet, using diamond-coated tools to gradually shape the steel.


Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition front and center at Dubai International Motor Show

Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary Edition front and center at Dubai International Motor Show

Few vehicles in the world can be instantly identified by just three letters. But to motoring enthusiasts everywhere, “GT-R” has become synonymous with excitement, high performance and unparalleled refinement.

Nissan Middle East showcases automotive innovations at Dubai International Motor Show 2019

Nissan Middle East has returned to Dubai International Motor Show this year to showcase the brand’s automotive innovations and production cars that help move everyone to a safe, sustainable, and exciting world.

Conquering Every Terrain: New Nissan Patrol Makes Global Debut in the Middle East

Nissan today unveiled the new 2020 Nissan Patrol with enhancements that offer customers even higher levels of sophistication, comfort, safety and connectivity.

The new Patrol features striking new design, enhanced luxury features and the latest advanced Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies. At the same time, the new Nissan Patrol retains its exceptional on- and off-road “Go Anywhere” capabilities and class-leading power.

Sedans are a top choice among younger buyers, survey finds

Nissan is doubling down on sedans with a growing global lineup of all-new models as research shows the segment retains strong appeal – especially for younger buyers.

Among drivers who don’t own a sedan, 75% would consider buying one now or in the future, according to a recent Nissan survey of car owners and would-be buyers around the world. For millennials, the number rises to eight in 10.[1]


Buemi earns Nissan e.dams’ first Formula E victory

Nissan has scored its first Formula E electric street racing championship victory with Sebastien Buemi taking a "lights-to-flag" win in the New York E-Prix today.

 The victory was another key milestone for Nissan e.dams which earlier today broke the record for the most pole positions by a single team in a Formula E season (six) and extended its record for the number of Super Pole appearances by a single team in a season to 15.


Nissan e.dams’ Buemi takes podium at home race

Nissan e.dams Swiss racer Sebastien Buemi scored a podium on home soil in the ABB FIA Formula E championship by finishing third on the streets of Bern.

Fresh from scoring his initial season five podium at the last race in Berlin, Buemi qualified third fastest and held that position to the checkered flag despite intense pressure and a dramatic late-race rain shower which threatened to jumble the results.