Nissan fans will be able to check out the “NISMO Lounge” at the 2014 SEMA show in Las Vegas from November 4 to 7, where the Japanese automaker will show off NISMO-branded production vehicles, performance parts, and aftermarket accessories.
NISMO, which is short for “NISsan Motorsports,” offers innovative technology and high performance parts for street use. You can learn more about getting your own factory-made performance parts at James Ceranti Nissan.
Present at the booth will be the new 600-horsepower 2015 GT-R NISMO factory supercar and Nissan 370Z NISMO safety vehicle, which has just recently been fulfilling its duties at the Continental Tire SportsCar Challenge (CTSCC) race in Austin, Texas.
Hiroshi Tamura, Chief Product Specialist for the GT-R, Z, and NISMO line, and Darren Cox, global head of NISMO Brand, Marketing, and Sales, will also be present at the booth, along with other staff from product planning, market, and accessories departments.
Here at James Ceranti Nissan, we can’t wait for January. We know, we know—the calendar has only just turned to August, but we can’t help it. You see, Nissan is planning to unveil an all-new Nissan Titan pickup truck at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit this coming January, and we just can’t take the long wait. Thank goodness for Torque News, though—they recently put together a wish list for the new 2016 Nissan Titan, and we devoured the list and now we’d like to share it with you as well.
You can read that article on the Torque News website, where you’ll see that the Titan is expected to include more—and bigger—powertrain options. First and foremost, you should see a Cummins diesel engine option, a 5.0L V8 Turbo Diesel Engine that will deliver massive numbers. Of course, that diesel engine, and other powertrain options, will also help the Titan bring better gas mileage to the table for the next generation of truck drivers.
Check out the rest of Torque News’ wish list, and then maybe even add your own items to that list. And, of course, come see us here at James Ceranti to check out the Titan—and the rest of the Nissan lineup—for yourself today.
The New York Auto Show is about two weeks away and Nissan has announced that it will unveil the new 2015 Murano there on April 16. To help get us excited for the reveal, Nissan has released a ten-second teaser video.
The shadowy video doesn’t really give much away save for some fine looking angular headlights and the hint of a possible “floating roof” design. It’s not a lot to go off of, but if Nissan’s recent history with concept is any indication, we here at James Ceranti Nissan feel that there is reason enough to be preemptively excited.
Car and Driver thinks the new Murano will resemble the stunning Resonance concept that appeared at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show, and based on the glimpses from the video, we have to agree.
One thing’s for sure: the 2015 Nissan Murano will definitely be a ground-breaking design that will give us an idea of what we can expect from Nissan’s new design language. So, keep your eyes on New York on April 16 to see the big reveal. Once it’s seen the full light of day, you’ll be able to see it right here at our blog!
The auto industry is always looking towards the future. It seems 2014 has barely begun, and we’re already talking about 2015 and even 2016 models. Our favorite carmaker already has plans for the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, where the brand will unveil the redesigned 2016 Nissan Titan.
According to Fred Diaz, Nissan’s North American senior vice president of sales, the redesigned Titan “will get us into 93 percent of the market segment.”
This is because the 2016 Nissan Titan will boast key options that previous generations have lacked. This includes engine options and a regular cab. Edmunds reports that the 2016 Titan should have three engine choices, including a V6, V8, and a diesel V6.
Diaz and Nissan Trucks just made waves recently at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show, where the Frontier Diesel Runner Concept Powered by Cummins was revealed.
We think three powertrain options are great additions to the Titan, which is in need of some updates in order to catch the eye of discerning truck buyers. We’ll mark our calendars for Detroit Auto Show next January and keep our eyes out for the 2016 Nissan Titan reveal. In the meantime, stop out and see us here at James Ceranti Nissan to test drive a Titan or Frontier today!
If you thought your tractor was sexy, wait until you check out Nissan’s new Sport Sedan Concept. Based on the ever-popular Maxima, the Sport Sedan takes on an edge as it captured the attention of attendees at the 2014 North American International Auto Show in its world debut.
Nissan’s Sport Sedan adds to a growing lineup that reflects the automaker’s next generation design vocabulary.
“Our new design direction mirrors the strength, power and capabilities of the engineering and innovation that serves as the foundation of every Nissan vehicle,” Shiro Nakamura, Nissan Senior Vice President and Chief Creative Officer, said.
The Sport Sedan, glistening in “Strad-Amber” – a vibrant shade of burnt orange – keeps the Maxima’s 3.5-liter V6 engine with front-wheel drive.
The Sport Sedan Concept calls to mind movement itself with a fluid body design, sharp creases, V-shaped grille, and “floating” roof. Inside, diamond-shaped graphics incorporated in the seating create a three-dimensional quality.
Nissan aims to extend its reach to the upcoming generation as the company enhances the distinct design of future vehicles. We at James Ceranti Nissan think the next generation will have no problem ditching those bulky, green tractors for Nissan’s sleek, new Sport Sedan Concept.