The US Environmental Protection Agency awarded Nissan its 10th ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year – Sustained Excellence award. This is the highest honor given to companies that show their dedication to the environment through their processes.
Nissan has been the Partner of the Year award recipient for 12 years with 10 for Sustained Excellence. This award recognizes companies that improve their energy management throughout operations while working to reduce greenhouse gases from emissions.Read more.
How do you improve on the most desirable performance super sports car on the market? Well, if you are the masterminds at Nissan, you create a special limited trim on the GT-R NISMO and call it the 2021.5 Special Edition model. The first of these unique vehicles are expected to arrive in the United States in the fall and begin winning or breaking hearts, depending on your perspective as the driver/winner or the person who comes in second place..Read more.
This year Nissan is taking home the IIHS Top Safety Pick award for the Nissan Sentra and the Nissan Altima earns itself the IIHS Top Safety Pick +. Masters of the vehicles among their respective classes, both are being recognized for dramatic improvements to visibility as well as accolades for their state-of-the-art safety suite, the Nissan Safety Shield 360. While the Sentra and Altima each possess their own unique characteristics, they now share the highest honors from the IIHS.Read more.
Once again, the Nissan line of vehicles has received several awards from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety. The 2021 Nissan Rogue, Altima, and Maxima were all awarded the Top Safety Pick for providing the highest level of occupancy safety in their respective classes. And when equipped with a specific headlight option, the 2021 Nissan Sentra always met the high standards to be awarded the Top Safety Pick title. The Standard Nissan Safety.Read more.
Nissan once again takes the stage as an established element of modern development. Over the last several years the world has seen Nissan grow by leaps and bounds in their quest for top-notch engineering. More recently, we have seen Nissan implement some of the most advanced mechanical technology at many of their manufacturing plants to help prevent employee injury, fatigue, and error. Nissan is also at the forefront of all-electric vehicle technology with their new E-Force system, which is a more powerful, all wheel drive electric vehicle which will make its debut in the Nissan Ariya in 2022. Regardless of outstanding advances, the work at Nissan never stops as they look towards a future of smarter and safer vehicles, which has already taken shape by way of their newest creation, Eporo.Read more.
Nissan Motors has certainly proved its capability of innovation when looking at its constantly evolving vehicle lineup. Their group of engineers have taken every leap possible when it comes to the future of the automotive industry. More recently, Nissan has taken an inward look at their facilities and invested resources in innovation and automation in its own manufacturing plants. While the presence and development of AI and robotics within factories may seem to forecast a downsizing of human employees, the reality could not be more different. Nissan looks to a better, brighter future for its staff by incorporating automated procedures for an all-around better end result.Read more.