Nissan

 Green Vehicles
OEMs Name Model name Launch Supplemental Information
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Nissan

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2019 A mini tall hybrid wagon
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Nissan

Serena e-POWER

2018 A hybrid minivan
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Nissan

Sylphy Zero Emission

2018 A compact electric sedan
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Nissan

Leaf

2017 A compact electric only hatchback
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Nissan

Note e-POWER

2016 A compact hybrid hatchback
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 News
Apr 26, 2019

On April 16, Nissan made a global debut of its 14th-generation Sylphy small-size sedan at the 2019 Shanghai Auto Show. The vehicle is equipped with Nissan’s new HR 16DE Gen3 smart drive engine and the XTRONIC CVT (continuously variable transmission).
The vehicle has functions such as seamless smart phone interconnection and smart voice control. It features technologies including IDM (integrated dynamic-control module), ITC (intelligent trace control), IRC (intelligent ride control), and EAPM (a system to prevent inadvertent pedal misapplication).
For safety, it comes with a BSW (blind spot warning) system, an LDW (lane departure warning) system, CTA (cross traffic alert) technologies, and an IDA (intelligent driver alertness) system.
In addition, the automaker made Chinese debuts of the IMs concept vehicles and the IMQ crossover concept vehicle. The IMs concept vehicle defines the ‘elevated sports sedan’. The IMQ crossover concept vehicle is equipped with e-POWER smart charging technology.

From a Nissan China press release 1/2

Apr 26, 2019

On April 25, Nissan announced that a special manufacturing technique usually reserved for supercars is being used on 2.5-liter engines for the all-new 2019 Altima.
Nissan's Decherd assembly line in Tennessee has added mirror bore equipment for the launch of the Altima, making it the highest volume application of the technology within Nissan.
The treatment, first used in the Nissan GT-R and applied to other specialty models like the Sentra NISMO, helps engines run smoothly by eliminating the need for bulky cylinder liners.
The Decherd plant assembles an engine every 19 seconds and is capable of building 1.4 million engines per year.

(Nissan press release on April 25, 2019)

Apr 25, 2019

On April 24, 2019, Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. announced a downward revision to its February 12 forecasts for financial results for the full fiscal year ending March 31, 2019.
The revised forecasts for fiscal year 2018 are as follows: Revenues JPY 11,574 billion (down 0.2% compared to the previous forecast), operating profit JPY 318 billion (down 29.3%), net income JPY 319 billion (down 22.2%).
Nissan revised forecasts mainly due to the additional expenses arising from the implementation of a warranty extension campaign covering certain vehicles sold in the U.S. market, and the adverse operating environment facing the company during the fourth quarter, and the impact of recent corporate issues on sales.
(Based on Nissan press release on April 24, 2019)