[dropcap]N[/dropcap]issan has concluded plans to make its debut at next year’s CES® 2017, which will be held in Las Vegas.
Nissan Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn will deliver a keynote on January 5, 2017 at Westgate Theatre in Las Vegas. During his keynote, Ghosn will provide insights on how Nissan Intelligent Mobility is enabling the organisation realise its vision of the future. He will also announce several technology advancements and partnerships that will benefit consumers.
“I’m pleased that Nissan will be taking the CES stage at this moment of significant change and opportunity for the automotive sector,” Said Carlos Ghosn Nissan Chairman and CEO. “Nissan has a history of developing breakthrough technologies that have transformed how cars are powered, driven, and integrated with wider society.
“We look forward to presenting our vision for how the technologies of today are the building blocks for a future with zero emission vehicles and zero fatalities on the road.”
“Of late Nissan has made various strides in the automotive sector in terms of utilising technology to enhance consumer experiences. These strides have led to Nissan’s focus on improving autonomous driving and Nissan Intelligent Mobility.
“Nissan Intelligent Mobility encompasses three core areas of innovation that inspire how Nissan cars are powered, driven, and integrated into society:
- Nissan Intelligent Driving, which gives customers more confidence through increased safety, control, and comfort for everyone on board.
- Nissan Intelligent Power, which makes driving more exciting by making it cleaner and more efficient.
- Nissan Intelligent Integration, keeps customers more connected by conveniently linking our cars to the wider society.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. supplies innovative and exciting models across the hatchback, SUV, sedan, pickup and electric vehicle segments in Africa. Nissan has three operational hubs and factories on the continent: Egypt in northern Africa, and Nigeria and South Africa in Sub-Sahara Africa.
The Nigeria plant is the result of a Nissan and Stallion Group partnership, formed after the government introduced new policies to stimulate local industry. Production of the first Nissan vehicles started at Stallion’s VON plant in Lagos in April 2014.
In doing so Nissan became the first OEM automaker to build cars in Nigeria. The plant assembles the Nissan Patrol, Almera, NP300 and Urvan. Nissan is targeting significant growth on the continent with a strong sales network and expanded product range introduced in developing countries with innovative vehicles across the board including award-winning models such as the Qashqai and X-Trail.