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2014
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Dongfeng Infiniti ready to storm the Chinese market

Dongfeng Infiniti ready to storm the Chinese market

A new force in China’s burgeoning luxury car market has arrived with the creation of Dongfeng Infiniti, a joint venture between China’s largest car maker and Nissan’s premium brand.

As well as importing cars into the country, the new company will build new Infiniti models in China with the aim of raising annual sales there to 100,000 units by 2018.

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Takao Asami speaks at World Economic Forum's Summer Davos in Tianjin China

The auto industry can no longer afford to neglect the needs of women, who today influence 80 percent of new car purchases globally, said Takao Asami, Alliance Global Vice President for Research and Advanced Engineering.

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2014
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Renault EOLAB prototype delivers ultra-low fuel consumption

Renault EOLAB prototype delivers ultra-low fuel consumption

With a fuel consumption rate of just 1 liter/100 km, Renault's new EOLAB prototype offers a glimpse of an ultra-efficient, more sustainable future. The new concept car limits CO2 emissions to just 22 g/km and has been designed with a host of technological innovations that will gradually be made available to the general public – making motoring more responsible and more affordable.

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2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault Samsung Motors exports Nissan Rogue to North America

Renault Samsung Motors exports Nissan Rogue to North America
On September 26, Renault and Nissan management participated in the launching ceremony of the first shipment of Nissan Rogue vehicles to North America. A total of 4,000 vehicles, due to start sales as of October in the United States and Canada, were shipped from Busan NewPort.
 
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2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

The Renault-Nissan Alliance & sustainable manufacturing

The Renault-Nissan Alliance & sustainable manufacturing

The Renault-Nissan Alliance is committed to reducing CO2 emissions from all vehicles and is the world’s leader in zero-emission vehicles. But what about industrial emissions?

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25
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2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

New world record set with the Nissan LEAF in the lead

New world record set with the Nissan LEAF in the lead

California has witnessed the world’s largest ever parade of electric vehicles (EVs), 507 cars in one place ... and most were Nissan LEAFs. This new record was set during Plug-in America’s National Drive Electric Week, at a time when EV sales continue to climb for Nissan.

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24
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2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Renault and Eco2charge working to deploy charging infrastructure

Renault and Eco2charge working to deploy charging infrastructure

The Eco2charge consortium coordinated by Bouygues Energie & Services launched last Thursday, 18 September, an R&D program at the Fédération Nationale des Travaux Publics (National federation of public works), 3 rue de Berri, Paris 8, to accelerate the deployment of charging solutions for electric vehicles.

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23
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2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

Nissan showcases e-NV200 VIP concept at Hannover

Nissan showcases e-NV200 VIP concept at Hannover

The ground-breaking e-NV200 takes centre stage on Nissan’s stand at the 65th Hannover Motor Show, where it is joined by a possible glimpse of Nissan’s electric future: e-NV200 Concept for VIP Shuttle.

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Nissan engineers marry a LEAF to a Frontier for use around the shop

If necessity is the mother of invention, engineers fuel that fire at Nissan's Technical Center in Stanfield, Arizona. Here engineers are plentiful. They love to build things, test things and tinker with things. This team thinks a lot about "why not?" Recently they created a one-of-a-kind electric vehicle to haul supplies and people around on the tech center property.

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2014
Renault-Nissan Alliance Team
 

California flicks the switch for an electric future

California flicks the switch for an electric future
California is ‘charging ahead’ with plans to have at least one million zero-emission cars, buses and trucks on its roads by 2023… a ten-fold increase on today’s number.
 
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