Way back before designs for the Nissan Leaf arrived it was the job of one engineer in Nissan’s EV Technology Development Division to work tirelessly exploring the potential for...
Just north of England lies a small country with big ambitions. Scotland is home to some of the UK and Europe's most spectacular scenery, but this stunning landscape is more than just a pretty face: It also plays host to a fertile bed of renewable energy resources.
For this issue of Nissan Technology Magazine's World Mobility series, we take a look at the ancient European city of Lisbon, Portugal.
For the next installment of 5 Guests, we've asked five world leaders in their fields to tell us what they think the future holds for our cities and mobility issues.
Introducing you to a smart and clean vehicle society where EVs play an active part in the social infrastructure.
Known as the "Eco-March," the new March aims to have the best fuel economy among compact cars. Its main feature is the Idling Stop system. Here we will explain the mechanism of the Idling Stop system as simply as possible.
"World Mobility" is a series that tours the world with a focus on mobility. In this article, we discuss the city of Takamatsu, Japan, the setting of "NTM Report: Takamatsu".
This is a continuation of our last NTM report article set in Takamatsu, Kagawa Prefecture. After traveling on the Takamatsu-Kotohira Electric Railroad (Kotoden), the duo of Mr. Manabe and...
This NTM report, which uncovers the value and appeal unique to compact cars, is brought to you from Takamatsu City, the prefectural capital of Kagawa, Japan's smallest prefecture.
To take an idea that might have only been possible in a sci-fi movie, and try to make it real. That is the job of engineers at the forefront of technology innovation.
Here's a surprising fact: every year, the number of fatalities in Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States resulting from automobile accidents goes down. Yes, you read that right. There is...
We get around our towns and cities in all kinds of ways - on foot, by train, by bicycle, by bus. And, of course, by car. And, more and more, our transport systems connect together.
A long line-up of cars creating a traffic jam. It's a familiar sight on long holiday weekends in most places around the globe. On holidays, the cause seems obvious: everybody is trying to get out of (or back into) town at the same time.
The "World Mobility" series focuses on issues of "mobility" from around the world. The first article looks at a city that has its origins as a small port city: Yokohama, the location of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.'s global headquarters.