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Nissan Opens Research Center for Innovation in Silicon Valley | AutoCenters Nissan

Nissan recently opened up a research center located in Silicon Valley, dedicated to new innovation and advanced technology. Visit AutoCenters Nissan today to learn more about the Nissan brand’s commitment to innovation!

PRLog - Feb. 19, 2013 - ATLANTA -- WOOD RIVER, ILL.— Nissan is committed to exciting new innovation, and the automaker is showing that commitment by opening up a research center in Silicon Valley.

At the research center, which is located just five miles away from Google headquarters in Sunnyvale, California, Nissan is exploring technology like self-driving cars, car connectivity and more.

Nissan has already proven its dedication to auto technology and innovation with its great strides in electric car development, culminating in the release of the popular all-electric Nissan Leaf.

Customers who are interested in learning more about the Nissan brand’s dedication to innovation can stop by AutoCenters Nissan, located in Wood River, Illinois, today.


Located in Wood River, Illinois, AutoCenters Nissan is your source for new and pre-owned Nissan vehicles. With a vast selection in a conveniently located showroom, AutoCenters Nissan offers Wood River residents a superior car-shopping experience. A friendly and professional staff is on hand to answer any questions customers may have. Stop by AutoCenters Nissan’s dealership location today, at 1825 E. Edwardsville Road, to test drive your next Nissan!

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