Lately, Nissan Philippines has been living by the words "better late than never." First with the Juke, then with the GT-R, the Japanese carmaker has been bringing into our country models that have been in the world market for some time.
The Nissan GT-R is expensive. It's fun to drive and is a living legend, but still pricey nonetheless. But would you believe there's a watch out there that beats the GT-R's price tag?Grand Seiko, the luxury
It's no surprise for a carmaker to confirm more and more of its products will be electrified, but it's no less intriguing to hear it, not least when it involves sports cars. One of Nissan's marketing bosses, Jean-Pierre
Some years are bigger than others. On current form, 2018 is shaping up to be one that'll linger longer in the memory. But it still has some way to go if it's to beat 1968. Journalist Mark Kurlansky managed to
Remember Face Swap? You know, the 2016 app that had every man, woman and dog in the land swapping faces for Whatsapp group chat lols? Well, this is what happens when cars get in on the act.Recently, those crazy cats at
Here's Nissan's GT-R50 concept car at Spa. That sentence should make sense to most of you, but if not, a little context.First off, the Nissan GT-R isn't exactly underpowered. It doesn't suffer from a deficit