Innovation that Excites’ will be the theme of the Nissan booth at Auto Salon 2019. Visitors will have the opportunity to experience first-hand Nissan’s iconic GT-R super sports car.
Nissan shared its vision that the future will be more electric, more autonomous and more connected, @ iEVTech 2019, key role in creating smart cities for a more sustainable future.
Show Thailand 2019 attendees will be able to test drive the world’s best-selling electric vehicle (EV), the all-new Nissan LEAF, and learn more about electrification
Thailand’s rainy season begins at the end of May and reaches its peak in September with the highest rainfall of around 350mm. Torrential rains coupled with the added weight of its skyscrapers increase the city’s chances of flooding, and result in approximately 1-2cm of sinking annually. These downpours also disrupt the daily lives of city dwellers – in 2017, floods in the city affected more than 3,000 vehicles with insurance claims amounting to more than 45.6 million baht.
Nissan in Thailand invites car lovers to learn more about electric vehicles (EVs) and electrification, and experience the future of mobility with the world’s number one-selling EV the Nissan LEAF, at its booth at the FAST Auto Show Thailand 2019.
As Thailand officially enters its rainy season, which creates wet and slippery driving conditions, Nissan is helping its valued customers feel more confident by offering a free vehicle check-up program as part of a ‘five free-item’ promotion. Customers can enjoy a complimentary 22-point vehicle check-up and take advantage of other special offers With rising concerns over air pollution in urbanized cities like Bangkok and Chiang Mai, Nissan recently presented how zero-emission mobility can help address the issue going forward.
Thailand’s Provincial Electricity Authority (PEA) and Nissan in Thailand today announced an agreement to ensure that home charging options and correct electrical infrastructure is in place to give Nissan LEAF customers confidence in their charging options, in upcountry areas around Thailand. Remark : รบกวนช่วยเพิ่ม call to action ไปหน้า main page.
As Thailand officially enters its rainy season, which creates wet and slippery driving conditions, Nissan is helping its valued customers feel more confident by offering a free vehicle check-up program as part of a ‘five free-item’ promotion. Customers can enjoy a complimentary 22-point vehicle check-up and take advantage of other special offers
Nissan will share its vision for the future of mobility at CES Asia 2019 by showing technologies that access brain waves and merge the real and virtual worlds to assist drivers concept car at the trade show in Shanghai. Together, these displays will give customers insight into Nissan Intelligent Mobility, the brand’s vision for changing how cars are powered, driven and integrated into society.
Thailand’s young face of electric mobility has been revealed with the country’s first-ever owner of the all-new Nissan LEAF 100% electric vehicle (EV) - Jongjate Buranamaitree, a young entrepreneur from Khon Kaen. The auto-maker also announced that more than 20% of Nissan LEAF deliveries to date in Thailand have been upcountry, a stimulating indication that Thai consumers across the nation believe in the range capabilities and benefits of EVs, and the ability to charge at home.
Nissan is powering the UEFA Champions League Final by providing 363 Nissan LEAF vehicles and e-NV200 vans to transport officials and visitors to Madrid, creating a mega-fleet that will cover more than 220,000 all-electric kilometers.
The Nissan LEAF, the world's best-selling electric vehicle, was named the 2019 Canadian Green Car of the Year (CGCOTY) by the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada (AJAC) at the Vancouver International Auto Show.
Nissan in Thailand today announces the official appointment of Delta Electronics (Thailand) PCL as the primary provider of electric vehicle charging systems.
Nissan in Thailand recently delivered 45 Nissan Urvan to the Department of Army Transportation for internal use. The Nissan Urvan - a multi-purpose 16-seater van – is popular in both the government and private sectors due to its excellent performance, stylish exterior and spacious interior.
The Pak Nam Pran community is poised to have a new sustainable revenue stream, generated through selling products made from upcycled waste items collected in their neighborhood under Nissan’s Honor the King’s Legacy Project.
With traffic noise now ranking second among the most impactful environmental threats to public health, Nissan Asia & Oceania has undertaken a sound measurement experiment to raise awareness about how 100% electric vehicles could help address this increasing risk.
Nissan in Thailand recently hosted a group of excited all-new Nissan Terra owners on a trip from Bangkok to Kanchanaburi to showcase the on-road and off-road capabilities of the vehicle.
Nissan has been recognized as a Superbrand, one of Thailand’s strongest brands. More than 19,000 Thai consumers, marketers, brand experts, PR professionals and leading figures in the branding world voted to include Nissan in the list of Thai Superbrands 2018.Nissan received a strong voting score of over 80% in the Superbrands market survey and research, which engaged more than 15,000 consumers and 4,500 business professionals throughout Thailand.
Nissan Motor Thailand recently deliverd 60 Sylphy sedans to the Naval Transportation Department. The Nissan Sylphy has a stylish exterior and comfortable interior, with a spacious, quite cabin. It offers excellent driving performance and many safety and comfort features.
Nissan in Thailand today debuted the newly updated Nissan Almera MY19 and the E Sportech Special Version, offering stylish interior and exterior designs and enhanced safety functions. The new Sportech Special Version model takes a big step forward with a new sporty design and a range of accessories
Some 1,400 staff from Nissan dealerships countrywide recently participated in the Nissan Skills Contest 2018, designed to help sales consultants, service advisors, Customer Relations Officers and technicians realize their true capabilities and polish their skills.
Nissan is showcasing its full vehicle line up at the 40th Bangkok International Motor Show 2019, from 27 March to 7 April 2019 at Challenger Hall 1-3, Impact, Muang Thong Thani, including its eco-friendly vehicles designed to help transform the way we drive and live.
Community leaders from Pak Nam Pran were delighted with the upcycled product prototypes that the 70 students from King Mongkut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang’s Faculty of Architecture recently presented to them under Nissan’s ‘Honor the King Legacy’ initiative.
Nissan announced the appointment of Ramesh Narasimhan as the new president for Nissan Thailand, effective April 01, 2019. Ramesh will report to Vincent Wijnen, senior vice president for sales and marketing at Nissan Asia & Oceania. He will be based in Bangkok.
Nissan Futures in Hong Kong brought forward three mobility trends for the Asia and Oceania region: cars as energy assets, the human role in autonomous driving systems and the importance of safety in mobility innovations.
The new Nissan LEAF will go on sale in Indonesia and the Philippines by 2020, underscoring Nissan’s commitment to drive electrification in the region. The expanded availability of the world’s best-selling electric vehicle is an important part of Nissan’s goal to electrify one fourth of its sales volume under its midterm plan, Nissan M.O.V.E. to 2022. The acceleration plan also includes assembly and localization of electrification components in key Southeast Asian markets.
Nissan in Thailand today unveiled the updated 2019 Navara and New Black Edition models, raising the bar for tough and hard-working pickup trucks.
Nissan in Thailand took home two ‘Car of the Year 2019’ awards at the 40th Bangkok International Motor Show 2019, held at Impact Muang Thong Thani.
Nissan in Thailand recently launched its Quick Voice of the Customer (Quick VOC) campaign to receive immediate feedback from customers on a range of topics. Customers can instantly voice their feedback on the Nissan Innovation app.
Nissan once again brings together industry leaders, government officials, media and Nissan executives for the seventh edition of Nissan Futures, held in Hong Kong from 8 to 10 March. The thought leadership event will gather key leaders to discuss changing mobility needs and the future of cities in Asia and Oceania. Under the theme "Transform the way we drive and live”, Nissan Futures will be held in conjunction with the HKT Hong Kong E-Prix race (Formula E).
Nissan recently led an engaging and informative talk to over 70 communication arts students at Bangkok University, designed to support the next generation of marketers and communications practitioners.
Alliance Ventures, the strategic venture capital arm of Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi, today announced a new investment in PowerShare, an electric vehicle (EV) charging platform startup based in China. PowerShare provides an online platform that connects EV drivers, charge point operators and power suppliers to streamline the charging experience. It offers a cloud-based system, enabling suppliers to monitor the demand from vehicles with the supply capacity of the grid and drivers to find available charging stations.
Nissan in Thailand is conducting a series of educational activities designed to educate the public on Electric Vehicles and electrification in Thailand. The first “LEAF Education” event, held in January, was enthusiastically received, featuring many advanced technologies available on the all-new Nissan LEAF, the world’s best-selling full battery EV, while also offering a glimpse into Nissan’s vision for the future of mobility under Nissan Intelligent Mobility.
Nissan announces the appointment of Simon Woollard as the regional vice president, human resources for Nissan Asia & Oceania, effective since January 01 2019. In his new role, Simon reports to Yutaka Sanada, regional senior vice president for Nissan Asia & Oceania and Mark Stout Corporate Vice President, Nissan Global Human Resources.
In the past five years, global battery-only electric vehicle (EV) sales have increased 23-fold, with 37 percent of South East Asian consumers now considering EVs for their next vehicle purchase. To actively support this growing demand for information on EVs, Nissan today launched its first education video series to bust myths and bring more awareness around electric vehicles.
Nissan recently shared its mobility roadmap for moving Thailand towards a more electric, more connected and more autonomous future.Speaking at the International Conference on Energy 4.0: Designing the Future of Thailand’s Power Sector
“The future of mobility is electric, connected and autonomous.” This bold declaration from Nissan succinctly encapsulates the mobility of tomorrow. As the world’s first brand to mass-produce an electric car, Nissan has proven expertise in electrification has put more than 380,000 zero-emission electric vehicles on the road worldwide to date and the company’s plan to bring more than 1 million electrified vehicles to consumers around the world within the fiscal year 2022 is an achievable reality.
Nissan Nat Autocar Ban Chan recently opened a new showroom and service center located in Ban Chan, Udon Thani. It is the first showroom under the Nissan Retail Concept (NRC) in the Northeastern region of Thailand. It is also first Nissan Electric Vehicle (EV) dealerships in northeastern Thailand appointed to market the Nissan LEAF – the world’s best-selling mass-market full Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) coming to Thailand later this year.
As we enter 2019, many of us are reflecting on what the year holds for us and how we can make it better than the last. The positive changes we intend can be personal or much broader taking holistic view on changes to better society. I have personal goals of course, but as Regional Vice President for Asia & Oceania at Nissan, my keen interest is to promote safe, smart and sustainability mobility across Asia and Oceania through electrification. My one wish in 2019: the new car buyer considers purchasing an electrified vehicle.
Nissan Motor Thailand is taking students to visit communities to learn how to upcycle waste and repurpose it into saleable items as part of its “Honor the King’s Legacy” project - now in its second year.
Nissan recently celebrated a significant milestone for its manufacturing operations in Thailand when it reached one million car exports to key destinations worldwide. The Nissan Terra, the all-new frame-based premium SUV, was the one-millionth vehicle to roll off a Thai assembly line for export globally.
At the upcoming CES trade show, Nissan will unveil its future vision for a vehicle that helps drivers “see the invisible” by merging both real and virtual worlds, creating the ultimate connected-car experience.
Nissan Motor Thailand recently honored 311 employees at its annual retirement and honorable service award ceremony in recognition of their loyalty and devotion to helping build the company’s legacy in Thailand over the past 66 years.
Nissan Leasing Thailand recently launched a new interactive website that will make it easier for customers to quickly find Nissan vehicles and finance costs.
Nissan Motor Thailand recently shared its roadmap for moving Thailand towards a more electric, more connected and more autonomous future of mobility.
Nissan Motor Thailand is expanding its successful Youth Leadership Development (YLD) program to the local community near its Thailand assembly plant in Samut Prakarn province.