Nissan will issue legal proceedings against 'Vote Leave' after the carmaker's logo was used on official campaign leafletsRead the full story ›
The solar farm has been installed alongside 10 wind turbines already generating clean power for the Wearside plant.Read the full story ›
It is the first time a European carmaker has made more than 50,000 electric vehicles and the batteries which power them.Read the full story ›
Nissan is to increase Qashqai capacity in Sunderland. New models of the car will be built there, with £22 million being invested.Read the full story ›
Nissan's Qashquai model has become the highest volume car ever produced by the firm in Europe. More than 2.3 million have now been produced.Read the full story ›
It will be the company’s first vehicle in Europe to feature autonomous 'Piloted Drive' technology when it rolls off the line next year.Read the full story ›
The Chairman and CEO says, while it is ultimately a matter for the British people to decide, it makes most sense for jobs, trade and costs.Read the full story ›
Car giant Nissan has announced a £26.5 million investment at its flagship UK base in Sunderland.
It will secure 300 highly skilled jobs for workers who make electric vehicle batteries. The plant is the largest of its kind in Europe.
The first major new car to be manufactured in the UK in over 23 years will roll off the production line in Sunderland later.
A £250 million investment in the new Nissan Infiniti has created 300 new jobs at the Wearside plant.
Kevin Fitzpatrick, Vice President of Manufacturing at Nissan UK, has said it is a "massive opportunity" for the North East.
Nissan is looking for an extra 300 manufacturing staff to work on a new car at its Sunderland factory.Read the full story ›