Datsun celebrates 100,000 sales in Russia

MOSCOW (Nov. 21, 2018) – Datsun celebrated an important milestone as its 100,000th customer in Russia joined the Datsun family. The customer and his family took delivery of their new Datsun on-DO from the company’s outlet in the city of Perm, located in the European part of the country, near the Ural Mountains.
To commemorate this special occasion, the customer received a set of exciting gifts including winter tires, a car alarm system and a certificate extending his Datsun after-warranty service from three years to five.
To further celebrate, Datsun is offering customers who purchase Datsun on-DO sedan or Datsun mi-DO hatchback by December 31, 2018 the choice of one of the three same gifts.
“Reaching the 100,000 mark is indeed a proud moment for us,” said Andrey Chirkov, head of Datsun in Russia. “At Datsun, it’s not simply about buying or selling a car, but the experience of interacting with the brand through quality service and special programs – both during the buying and ownership period.”

Offering the functionality of a crossover and an impressive suite of modern, reliable technologies, the Datsun CROSS is set to make a major impact on the Indonesian market. It marks the next phase in Datsun’s plan to bring personal mobility within the reach of a new generation of customers looking for a car they can be proud of.
“The new Datsun CROSS is more than just a car. It was created to become a partner fitting the diverse lifestyles of Indonesian customers,” said Eiichi Koito, president director of Nissan Motor Indonesia. “We’ve carefully studied the requirements of the younger generation to develop a car that will fit the needs of the trendsetters in the market.”
The Datsun CROSS is the result of the collaboration of a team of designers and engineers from multiple countries, including Japan and Indonesia.
The car gives drivers a full array of the latest technologies and technical solutions, including high-performance suspension, Xtronic CVT (continuously variable transmission) and advanced safety features such as VDC (vehicle dynamics control), ABS (anti-lock braking system) and dual-SRS air bags.
This multipurpose, multifunctional vehicle will be available at all Datsun outlets across the country. Additional information is available here: https://www.datsun.co.id/datsun-cross.html
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Cars without drivers scoot around Nissan plant, towing cars

December 5, 2016 by Yuri Kageyama
Nissan Motor Co.’s Leaf, with no one inside, scoots during a demonstration of their Intelligent Vehicle Towing system at Nissan Oppama plant in Yokohama, near Tokyo Monday, Dec. 5, 2016. Nissan Motor Co. is testing out self-driving cars at …more
Nissan Motor Co. is testing self-driving cars at one of its plants in Japan that can tow vehicles on a trailer to the wharf for loading on transport ships.
The Japanese automaker thinks the technology will, in the long run, save costs and boost efficiency. The tests also can add to knowledge needed to take such autonomous driving onto public roads.
Nissan executive Haruhiko Yoshimura said the automaker hoped to use the technology throughout the Oppama plant by 2019, and in overseas plants in the future.
During a demonstration Monday, a Leaf car with no one inside scooted along the road, pulling a trailer with three other Leafs on it, stopped properly for other vehicles, and then veered into a parking lot.
But one vehicle ran into trouble, refused to move and was not able to take part in the demonstration.
Kazuhiro Doi, a Nissan vice president, acknowledged such glitches showed a challenge unique to the technology.
“If there are drivers, they can take action,” he said. “Mechanical operations are all there is in a driverless car.”
Nissan, which makes the March subcompact, Infiniti luxury models and the Leaf electric car, now has just two of the self-driving Leaf cars.

Nissan Motor Co.’s “Leaf” runs with no one inside during a demonstration of the automaker’s Intelligent Vehicle Towing system at Nissan Oppama plant in Yokohama, near Tokyo Monday, Dec. 5, 2016. Nissan Motor Co. is testing out self-driving …more

* * * For all the vehicles produced at the Oppama plant to be towed in a driverless way, five more such vehicles are needed, according to Nissan.
People still had to get inside each of the towed vehicles to drive them to the proper wharf, but Nissan hopes that as self-driving technology advances cars will drive themselves into the ships, up the plank on their own.
Driverless cars are still not allowed on regular public roads in Japan, although major automakers are all working on such technology. Driverless driving is legal within private facilities like Nissan’s.
In commercial products available in Japan, the vehicles, with some variation of autonomous driving, can stop on their own before a crash or stay inside the lane on their own for highway driving, although all must have drivers.

Nissan Motor Co.’S “Leaf”, with no one inside, pulls a trailer with three other Leafs on it, during a demonstration of the automaker’s Intelligent Vehicle Towing system at Nissan Oppama plant in Yokohama, near Tokyo Monday, Dec. 5, 2016. …more

* * * Nissan, allied with Renault SA of France, has been carrying out tests with driverless towing since last year.

A Nissan Motor Co.’s “Leaf” with no one inside, is surrounded by the media, during a demonstration of the automaker’s Intelligent Vehicle Towing at Nissan Oppama plant in Yokohama, near Tokyo Monday, Dec. 5, 2016. Nissan Motor Co. is testing out self-driving cars at one of its plants in Japan to tow vehicles on a trailer to the wharf for loading without anyone behind the steering wheel. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)

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