LAS VEGAS — It's January, and that means CES! Associate Editor Zac Palmer and Associate Producer Alexander Malburg attended the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and highlight some of the best automotive tech showcased this year. There are concept cars from Mercedes-Benz and Sony (yes, Sony), wet-track driving in a Nissan Leaf, and much more.
Behind the Wheel is a video series that shows you a bit of what it's like to work at Autoblog. The editors and video producers will show you the cars we have in our fleet, and you'll get a behind the scenes look at some of the personalities who help make the site run.
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The details on Ohara Sakurako's new single that's scheduled for release on December 4 have been revealed.
The title of Ohara's next single will be "Shine On Me." The title track was written by Ishiwatari Junji and Marutani Manabu and composed, arranged, and produced by Marutani. It's a dance tune, and Ohara dances in its PV, which will be revealed in the coming days. Additionally, it will include "Let Me Go" a collaboration song with Okajima Kanata and Ryosuke "Dr.R" Sakai.
Japan's doctors' union has urged the government to carry out a nationwide inspection on all university hospitals to find out whether they are providing young doctors with proper remuneration.
Education ministry revealed for the first time last month that 2,191 doctors at 50 university hospitals of medicine and dentistry worked without pay.
Here's our first look at what we think is the next-gen Nissan Rogue, and it looks like Nissan is shaking it up this time. The swoopy and swept-back design on the current Rogue's front end is nowhere to be found, as it's replaced by a blocky, straight up and down look. If not for the semi-visible V-Motion grille seen through the wrappings, it would be rather difficult to I.D. this car.
Much of that is due to the rather generic crossover shape seen through the camouflage. The closest thing to a Rogue-like concept car we've seen from Nissan as of late is the Xmotion, and this doesn't exactly take much inspiration from the wild concept. That particular car is much more rugged in appearance, while this one remains a staid crossover, making sure it doesn't rock the boat. One specific design element we can pick out is a separate headlight/driving light setup. Similar to cars like the Hyundai Santa Fe or Chevrolet Blazer, the Rogue appears to be splitting up the DRL from the main headlight. The size of the gap between the two visible headlight fixtures is just too large for it all to be one massive headlight unit. With headlights getting smaller all the time, and this design trend starting to take off, it's no big surprise to see it here.