Chennai: Nissan marked 10th year of its operations in India by holding an innovative, experiential event that showcases some of its best products and cutting-edge technology. Hosted at the Buddh International Circuit, Greater Noida, the event aims at demonstrating the brand’s rich heritage, technological prowess and diverse product range.
The event is open till March 23, 2015, to select customers, auto enthusiasts and various stakeholders associated with the brand. Visitors will be able to have a hands-on driving experience of Nissan’s entire Indian range of vehicles – Micra, Sunny, Evalia and Terrano on purpose built tracks.
Joining these models and the highlights of the Carnival are Nissan’s legendary products Patrol SUV and Nissan LEAF, the world’s best-selling electric car. A specifically created course also demonstrates Patrol’s unmatched off-road ability, while LEAF’s driving experience shows why zero emission motoring is rapidly gaining popularity around the world.
Along with these range of models that are available for experience, there is also an opportunity to explore a host of Nissan technologies that include – Xtronic Transmission Technology, Pure Drive and Around View Monitor among others, as well as a number of fun-filled activities.
Announcing the Nissan Carnival, Guillaume Sicard, President, Nissan India Operations said, “Nissan stands for innovation and excitement – this isn’t just a slogan but our promise to all our customers everywhere. At the Carnival we want everyone to experience this first-hand through revolutionary products like LEAF and the technological innovation that we are known for around the world.”
“The event also marks and celebrates our arrival in India a decade ago. Within this relatively short period Nissan has become one of the fastest growing automobile manufacturers in the country with a strong portfolio of seven locally manufactured products across seven different market segments. The Nissan Carnival highlights our growing presence within the market and underlines our long-term commitment to India”, he added.
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