On the road to intelligent mobility

Oslo, Madrid, Paris and London are considering partial or even total bans on diesel-powered vehicles in their city centers, as policymakers begin to rethink the role of cars in the urban mobility of tomorrow.

A more enjoyable driving experience

Nissan's Intelligent Mobility vision provides a framework for innovative and technological advances that also focus on the driver and passenger experience, guiding customers towards a safer and more sustainable future.

Pole position

China’s Thunder Power plans to start mass production of a range of sporty, high-performance models in its home country by as early as 2019.

Tesla’s time may be coming

For Tesla, the Secret Master Plan has always been to get to the mass market Model 3, and from there into the battery business. The goal is the transformation to a low carbon economy – not to build a profitable car company.

In the driving seat of the Open Power revolution

Q&A with Ryan O’Keeffe, Director of Communications, Enel : "Our vision for Open Power is nothing less than to solve some of the world’s biggest challenges."

Formula E reinvents racing

Against the stunning backdrop of the skyscrapers of Lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty, New Yorkers this month enjoyed a privileged preview of the motorsport of tomorrow when Formula E came to town.

Preparing for a computer-driven future

Just as the steam engine has come to symbolize the industrial revolution of the 19th century, perhaps no single object represents the democratic, consumer-centered economies of the 20th century better than the mass-produced automobile.

Racing to the future

"I thought that a green motor sport could have a great impact on technology and, at the end of the day, on people’s lives. That's why, for me, it made sense to create this."

Automakers go back to the future

The need for action is urgent: in 2016 the average speed of a car in London hit a new low of under 8 mph—less than the speed of a horse-drawn carriage in the same streets in the Victorian era

Seizing the opportunities of the disruptive triangle

In the U.S., the average driver spends around an hour in the car per day with hands on the wheel, eyes on the road. The connected car revolution—linked with the rise of autonomous drive—will enable drivers to use this time more productively.

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Nissan’s Intelligent Mobility strategy

"Nissan Intelligent Mobility is our vision to deliver more autonomy, more electrification, and more connectivity to move our customers to a better world."