A no-deal Brexit which led to 10% tariffs on exports would make Nissan’s European business model unsustainable, its chairman has warned.
Production of a new model of the Nissan Juke will being in the UK next week following a £100 million investment, the Japanese car giant has said.
Car giant Nissan is to end the night shift at its UK plant, workers have been told.
The original Juke proved a smash hit for Nissan, ushering in an explosion of compact crossovers from a variety of manufacturers. Its familiar hatchback size coupled with rugged SUV styling and high ride height won over plenty of buyers – more than enough to warrant a second-generation, in fact.
Japanese carmaker Nissan Motor Co has named the head of its China business, Makoto Uchida, to be its new chief executive.
Nissan will review its decision to build the popular Qashqai model at its Sunderland plant if Britain leaves the EU with no deal, according to reports.
Nissan has agreed to pay 15 million dollars (£12 million) and ex-chairman Carlos Ghosn is paying a million dollars (£800,000) to settle US regulators’ civil fraud charges of hiding from investors more than 140 million dollars (£113 million) in compensation and retirement benefits for Ghosn.
Nissan chief executive Hiroto Saikawa has tendered his resignation after acknowledging that he had received dubious income, and vowed to pass the leadership of the Japanese car maker on to a new generation.
New cars can be very expensive to buy, and for those looking to simply get from A to B, the prospect of forking out thousands of pounds for a box on wheels can seem like a daunting prospect.
Nissan is slashing 12,500 jobs, or about 9% of its global workforce, in an effort to cut costs and achieve a turnaround amid tumbling profits.
A cutting edge solar energy storage system has been installed at a Surrey community cricket club by Nissan as a demonstration of how sustainable energy can help save money.
A van and a car have crashed on a north-east road this morning.
Motorists in Aberdeen are facing delays after a crash at a major roundabout
A sheriff told a driver caught offending in the north-east: “You were so far over the limit I’m surprised you could walk, let alone drive”.
Football fans have been using their imaginations to create pitches for decades, but Nissan’s latest piece of technology might be about to make their job a little more straightforward.
Nissan has unveiled a new concept car filled with touchscreens that can be controlled by eye movements and voice controls.
Car giant Nissan has revealed technology that could help cars of the future read the minds of drivers and speed up vehicle reactions.
Japanese car giant Nissan has announced it will begin testing autonomous “robo-taxis” in Yokohama from March.
Nissan has developed sweat-sensitive car seats that turn a different colour if the driver is dehydrated.
Using cameras to help park your vehicle has long been a feature of many modern cars, but could a camera adequately replace your rear-view mirror?
FOUR years ago a 19-year-old gamer beat 90,000 people at the Nissan Sponsored GT Academy competition – winning the chance to step up from virtual competitions to real-life professional racing.