If you’re the owner of a classic Nissan performance car then today is your lucky day as the Japanese marque has announced that it will start producing a number of parts for its most iconic models.
Drive Tribe reports that Nissan will set up a Heritage Parts Program through its Nismo division in the near future and begin churning out any spare parts enthusiasts may need, inevitably hurting aftermarket suppliers but finally providing owners with brand new OEM parts that will fit and function perfectly.
Pricing details have been announced for the 2018 Toyota Yaris in the U.S., not long after the updated range was announced in the UK and Europe.
As you’ll immediately notice, the new Yaris looks quite a bit more modern than the previous car, and includes a comprehensively modified exterior. Among the most obvious styling modifications is a more dynamic grille with chrome accents, and different headlights and taillights.
MINAMI-SOMA, Fukushima Prefecture--The Environment Ministry is exploring the idea of reusing tons of radioactive soil as gravel to rebuild infrastructure in this disaster-stricken prefecture and beyond.
To gauge the feasibility of the project, it will conduct tests on whether contaminated soil can be securely contained without spillage while controlling the level of radioactivity.
Japan's top government spokesman has welcomed the start of full-scale work to build a US base to replace the US Marine Corps Futenma Air Station, both in Okinawa Prefecture.
Yoshihide Suga told reporters on Tuesday that it is a major step toward the full return of the Futenma base, which is located in a densely-populated area.
Japan's Defense Ministry plans to start a new phase of works to relocate a US military base within the southern prefecture of Okinawa despite local opposition.
Ministry sources say that if weather permits, the Okinawa bureau will start constructing seawalls on Tuesday to surround an area where an alternative facility for the US Marine Corps Futenma Air Station will be built.
Jiji Press TOKYO (Jiji Press) —Yamato Transport Co. and e-commerce and mobile game operator DeNA Co. on Monday started a trial of a new service that allows customers to receive parcels at a place and time designated by them.
Assuming a society where autonomous driving is common, the two companies aim to utilize results obtained from the experiment to realize unmanned parcel delivery services in the future.
FUJISAWA, Kanagawa -- Delivery service giant Yamato Transport Co. and e-commerce specialist DeNA Co. will test out a home delivery service that uses driverless vehicles here from April 17, both companies announced on April 16.
The motivation behind the experiment -- part of a project called "Roboneko Yamato" -- is to resolve the problem of driver shortages and redelivery of packages. By carrying out the experiment, which is scheduled to last for one year, the companies are hoping that they will be able to provide driverless delivery services to customers in the future.
BoCo Inc, a Japan-based start-up, began to acknowledge pre-orders for what it cases is high determination class cut sort bone conduction headphones.
The bone conduction headphones, "Earsopen," don't square earholes, and the wearer can hear encompassing sound of course. What's more, they highlight a higher sound quality than traditional bone conduction headphones. At BoCo, item advancement is done fundamentally by designers and engineers who already worked for the sound division of Sony Corp.