An all-new Nissan Altima will go on sale later this year as a 2019 model after Nissan takes the wraps off the newest sedan in its lineup at the New York auto show at the end of March. The 2019 Altima will replace the fifth-gen model that has been on sale since 2012. Nissan renews its family four-door following a redesign
Like all good sports car owners should, most Nissan Z-car owners will put away their summer-rubber-equipped 370Z Roadsters the minute the temps drop, opting instead for winter beaters -- that is, unless you have Nissan’s Chicago Auto Show toy, the 370Zki. The aptly named show car replaces its fickle summer tires for snow-ready skis up front and tracks out back.
Nissan will have some Z-related news to make at next week's 2018 Chicago auto show, but don't get your hopes up about a new model debuting. Nissan has announced it is bringing the "370Zki" to the Chicago show, and if we had to hazard a guess we'd go with a 370Z modified to handle a
Nissan raised prices significantly on the GT-R for the 2017 model year, and that made sense due to a number of improvements it received. But now, Nissan is offering customers a back-to-basics model with a lower price tag. The 2018 Nissan GT-R Pure costs just $101,685. At that price, the Pure is $10,500 less expensive than the GT-R Premium,
Nissan is looking to expand its EV lineup beyond the second-generation Leaf that debuted this week. Apparently, the automaker will offer a range of electric vehicles based on the Leaf’s new platform, and one of them will be a crossover. The crossover EV will debut at the Tokyo Motor Show this October, reports Autocar. Nissan design boss Alfonso Albaisa
Nissan has locked in the reveal date for its next-generation Leaf The covers will come off on September 6 with a formal debut likely to follow at the 2017 Frankfurt auto show on later that month. We’ve been spying prototypes for months and in May Nissan released the first teaser shot. The teaser gave us
Whenever Japan has unleashed a supercar into the world, it’s been fantastic. The NSX, LFA and GT-R -- all offered something different than the usual European crop of supercars. Nissan had the idea to make something special before any of the other Japanese manufacturers, and it was called the MID4. Redditor AkagisWhiteComet found one of the three prototypes produced here. Shown at the 1985 Frankfurt motor show,
Like a lot of the special editions we saw at the Chicago auto show, Nissan slapped some graphics and a few special colors onto a base-spec Nissan 370Z for the New York auto show. With the 50th anniversary of Nissan’s vaunted Z-Car right around the corner in 2019, Nissan claims the Heritage Edition is an attempt to honor the car’s