How Nissan's Shiro Nakamura became the crossover kingMon, 20, Mar 2017
Nissan's Nakamura retires as design team is reshuffledTue, 14, Mar 2017
Shiro Nakamura, who penned some of Nissan's most daring and memorable vehicles, will retire after 17 years of pursuing cutting-edge looks that put the automaker on the map for its styling. Nakamura steps down amid a wider design shuffle that promotes a new generation of stylists, one from inside the company, another from German luxury rival BMW.
China’s tastes shape Japan’s luxury carsSat, 21, May 2016
Nissan already back to GT-R drawing boardMon, 16, May 2016
Nakamura driven to stay ahead of the packMon, 28, Sep 2015
In an interview this month at the Frankfurt auto show, global design chief Shiro Nakamura emphasized Nissan's devotion to standout design - strikingly seen in the Gripz crossover concept shown thereeat the Frankfurt show this month.
Nissan vehicles to use common visible partsSat, 31, Jan 2015
For 15 years, Nakamura has redrawn NissanSat, 18, Oct 2014
Fifteen years after taking over Nissan's global design leadership, Shiro Nakamura has come full circle. Nissan will launch its third-generation Murano crossover late this year. In 2002, the Murano was the first Nissan nameplate that fully showcased Nakamura's creative touch. It also tops off a long list of edgy designs for Nakamura, who has begun to slip the word "retirement" into his conversations, as though testing the water. He turned 64 on Oct. 17.