When it comes to EVs, Toyota and Nissan have been slow to join the party. But the two manufacturers plan to rapidly expand their offerings over the next several years. Between them, they’ve announced a combined nine new all-electric models due to reach showrooms in the next few years. Unfortunately for American motorists, most or all of those new EVs won’t be coming to the States. Headlight.News has more on the new Toyota and Nissan EVs.
The Biden admin. may give a critical boost to the auto industry as sales of battery-electric vehicles slow, temporarily lifting rules sharply curtailing the number of EVs qualifying for federal tax credits. But the senator who introduced the restrictions says he’ll fight any rollback, reports Headlight.News.
When UAW President Shawn Fain said the union was looking not only to win back what the union lost nearly two decades ago and to get more, but also to revive the labor movement in the country, he didn’t know how quickly that would come to his own industry, reports Headlight.News.
Headlight.News brings you the best automaker concepts and news from the 2023 Specialty Equipment Market Association show in Las Vegas.
It’s four years since the last Tokyo Motor Show took place, and even then, it was fading into obscurity. Organizers hope to give it a boost of adrenaline in an updated form — and with a new name. While foreign brands are largely absent, again, there’ll be lots happening at the new Japan Mobility Show as the nation’s automakers charge in with an assortment of all-electric concepts and production models.
The Nissan Hyper Punk is easily the edgiest of four EV concepts the automaker will formally reveal at the Japan Mobility Show in Tokyo next week. The body looks like it emerged from an origami studio. But the Hyper Punk concept could easily find a fit in Japanese manga – or, as it turns out, the Fortnite online game.
Nissan released the third of four mobility concept vehicles ahead of the Japan Mobility Show later this month. The Hyper Tourer concept aims to show how it can incorporate health-based technology into an all-electric vehicle.
Consumers and automakers alike are grappling with the sudden changes to EV prices occurring what seems to be weekly. Nissan is celebrating this week while Tesla has been offering up warnings. Find out why at Headlight.News.
The Nissan Rogue gets a number of updates for 2024, including new front and rear fascias. There’s more safety gear, and the big news for the upcoming model year is that Nissan’s best-seller also adopts the Google built-in system, including constantly updated maps, Google Assistant and more.
Nissan is going to extremes — for the Japan Mobility Show, that is. The automaker plans to reveal an assortment of EV show cars at the annual event and, after giving us a sense of how it might plug into city life with the Hyper Urban Crossover, it’s now taking us out on the trail with the eco-friendly Nissan Hyper Adventure concept.
Japanese automaker Nissan showed off the first of a series of concept vehicles it plans to display at the Japan Mobility Show at the end of October. The Hyper Urban crossover is a four-seater with an unmistakable look. Check it out at Headlight.News.