Nissan takes the wheel with two major wins as Top Safety Picks from the IIHS. This year, the award goes out to both the compact Nissan Sentra and the mid-size sedan Nissan Altima. Both vehicles are certainly top sellers for the brand, and with upgrades to their headlights for the most recent models they both qualify for the top prize in the IIHS annual evaluations. Generally, the most dangerous time to drive is in the dark, and with improvements to their LED headlights, both the Altima and the Sentra aim to be as visible as possible, and enter 2021 with high accolades already under their belts.Read more.
Nissan has proven that they are no stranger to outstanding engineering with a leading edge on modern technology. We see Nissan manufacturing plants across the globe implementing elements to help prevent worker fatigue and injury using robotic and mechanical technology. Nissan has also put themselves on the forefront of powerful electric vehicles with their recently developed E-Force drivetrain system that will make its debut in 2022 with the Nissan Ariya. So, what else is on the horizon for Nissan? It looks as though the brand is beginning to release technology that allows vehicles to communicate with each other. With widespread inter-vehicle communication still far off, Nissan has begun this study with their new autonomous robot, Eporo.Read more.
Nissan has taken great steps forward in becoming the premiere automobile manufacturer that can fit the needs for every lifestyle and for every adventure. With many different styles and models of vehicles available in their lineup, the brand has proven that they can rise to any occasion. In an age of technology, Nissan has pushed forward into defining themselves and their brand as major innovators with exciting advances into all-new areas of technology improvement. This time, Nissan takes things off-road with an all new lineup of Nismo parts that will debut and this year’s Rebelle Rally and driven in a Nissan Frontier by Team Wild Grace.Read more.
The Nissan brand has grown by leaps and bounds in the field of technological innovation, both with its constantly evolving vehicle lineup as well as its engineering developments. The company employs tens of thousands of people worldwide, and as Nissan moves into the future, so does its many manufacturing plants across the globe. As technology becomes available, Nissan looks to further equip its factories with improvements by way of robotics. Initially, it may seem as though Nissan is looking towards a future of automation, but nothing could be further from the actual intention. In fact, Nissan is investing in technology to help enable and empower their employees with as much assistance as possible.Read more.