Nissan confirmed a three-year extension to its global partnership with the UEFA Champions League, including the UEFA Super Cup. Legend Gareth Bale celebrated the announcement by surprising a group of schoolchildren in Madrid, Spain and teaching them how to recreate his iconic winning goal from the 2014 final against Club Atlético de Madrid. Continue Reading
New upgraded version of Nissan’s flagship crossover unveiled as part of UEFA Champions League Final celebrations
Enhancements focus on fresh exterior design, greater cabin refinement, innovative new technology and more practicality
New X-Trail will be available with ProPILOT autonomous driving capability
Upgrades reinforce X-Trail’s position as the perfect car for family adventures
Nissan is official automotive partner of UEFA Champions League
Cardiff, Wales (June 2, 2017) – The Nissan X-Trail is the world’s best-selling SUV and the UEFA Champions League is the world’s largest annual sporting tournament. So what better place to kick off the next chapter of the Nissan X-Trail success story than at an exclusive event just hours head of the Final itself? Continue Reading
Nissan has put football to the ultimate test, ahead of the UEFA Champions League final, by assessing whether the thrill of the game is more exciting than being a passenger in the iconic Nissan GT-R supercar.
In partnership with sports science experts at Loughborough University, Nissan fitted participants with wearable technology to monitor and gather a combined index of data.
This included heart rate, breathing rate and electro-dermal activity, in order to examine the physiological effect excitement has, and ultimately determine which activity is more exciting.
NISSAN and leading scientists have created a formula that officially proves the UEFA Champions League’s most exciting games, teams and players this season.
The unique method called the Nissan Excitement Index — created with scientists at Loughborough University — shows that Barcelona are officially the most exciting football team in Europe, with Real Madrid second, Bayern Munich third, Borussia Dortmund fourth and Arsenal fifth.