I once again realize there is fast charging and then there is much faster Tesla ludicrous fast charging. Although fast charging for the Nissan Leaf is not nearly as swift as Tesla superfast charging, it is a huge differential in my life and in my day when I find a fast charger that is not blocked. Show More Summary
Originally published on EV Obsession. The electric SUV market is a nearly barren one, with the Tesla Model X and the plug-in hybrid Mitsubishi Outlander being the only real options. That may soon be changing, though, with Nissan (ofShow More Summary
You’d think that a quadcopter would be no match for Godzilla, but its power-to-weight ratio lets Tornado XBlades Racing’s custom drone outaccelerate the GT-R off the line, doing 0-to-62 in just 1.3 seconds. Still, the GT-R tops out at almost twice the speed of the drone.
Nissan’s newly-unveiled GT-R drone is one of the fastest First Person View racing drones in the world, traveling from 0 to 62 miles per hour in just 1.3 seconds. The gadget was built to keep up with the 2017 Nissan GT-R while filming on the track. Much like the GT-R automobile, the drone also features […]
I appreciate the central west coast and southwest coast of Florida and the cities here with adequate EV charging stations available for public use — allowing me to live with a Nissan LEAF and no home charging or second car. Along with...Show More Summary
Nissan earlier today unveiled the GT-R Drone, an incredibly advanced drone that Nissan categorizes as "one of the fastest accelerating FPV (First Person View) racing drones in the world. So just how fast is it? Well, the GT-R Drone was...Show More Summary
Can one compact crossover SUV be all things to all people? The 2016 Nissan Rogue tries.
Nissan is in the car business, but it has commissioned a special drone that is capable of keeping pace with the high-performance GT-R on a racetrack. The GT-R Drone, as Nissan is calling it, was designed by World Drone Prix Champions. Its most impressive spec is that it can reach 62 mph from a complete stop in just 1.3 seconds. That performance...
Not to be confused with the Nissan GT-R, although you can't really say a hyphen out loud.
The nickname of the Nissan GT-R is "Godzilla." Now that Mercedes has its own GT R, this begs the question: What — or who — is the German equivalent of Godzilla? I reckon it's David Hasselhoff. Accordingly, I say we nickname this Teutonic...Show More Summary
This just keeps getting bigger. A VW executive is arrested in South Korea over the diesel scandal, while Nissan sues Korea and Norway sues VW over diesels. Continue reading Everyone's suing everyone over diesel emissions scandals Everyone's suing everyone over diesel emissions scandals originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 24 Jun 2016 13:17:00 EDT. Show More Summary
SEOUL (Reuters) - Nissan Motor Co Ltd's South Korean unit said it has filed a lawsuit over claims by the government that the automaker had cheated on emissions with its Qashqai diesel sport utility vehicle.
In an attempt to highlight the speed credentials of its new 2017 GT-R, Nissan has employed a vehicle of a different sort. It has custom built a drone it claims is one of the fastest accelerating first person view (FPV) racing dronesShow More Summary
Originally appeared on Automoblog.net The 2017 Nissan GT-R is wickedly fast and wildly cool; nothing else in the Nissan library can keep up with such a machine – nothing with four wheels that is. But we didn’t say anything about propellers. Meet the wickedly fast and wildly cool GT-R Drone, a lightning quick First Person View flyer. World Drone […]
Drone racing is exciting in its own right , but for spectators the sport still can’t quite match the horsepower and top speeds of auto racing—or can it? Nissan’s GT-R drone, designed and built by Tornado XBlades Racing, can hit a top speed of 115 miles per hour . It can accelerate from zero to sixty in under 1.3 seconds. Read more...
Nissan has custom-built a drone that can out-accelerate its own high-end sports car.
The Toyota RAV4 got a “poor” passenger-side rating, and the Subaru Forester and Nissan Rogue only “marginal,” in crash tests conducted by a safety group.
The Toyota RAV4 and Nissan Rogue would receive 'poor' and 'marginal' ratings for passenger-side impacts, despite 'good' ratings for the driver.
The Nissan Motors and Dongfeng Motor Group partnership will be introducing a new “low price” electric vehicle to the Chinese auto market sometime this summer, according to recent reports. The new low-price electric vehicle (EV) will reportedly sell for around 30% less than the models for sale currently. Show More Summary