Nissan Motor Company was founded in 1934 but can trace its car-building history back as far as 1914. Expanding rapidly in the 1950s, the company became a major automotive global player. Today it forms half of the powerful Renault-Nissan Alliance with car production and sales all over the world.
Britain’s electric car revolution is being hampered by a "bottleneck" in global battery production, as demand far outstrips supply of zero-emission vehicles.
The Nissan IMQ concept, unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, could be a pointer to the look of the next Qashqai.
The big-selling Nissan Qashqai has been facelifted, with the major headline a new petrol powertrain range for the British-built crossover.
Tests by consumer organisation Which? have found that the majority of new diesel cars still exceed the new emissions limits in "real-world" testing.