The next episode of Inside Track, Road & Track’s virtual Q&A series, is coming soon, and we’re excited to announce that the guest for Episode 7 is Nissan’s senior vice-president of global design, Alfonso Albaisa. It’s all happening on Thursday, December 10, at 6:00 p.m. ET.
Responsible for bringing automotive visions to life, Albaisa is the lead designer for all Nissan Motor brands worldwide, including Nissan, Infiniti, and Datsun. Global Nissan Design members are tasked with developing an ever-evolving design language, shaping Nissan Intelligent Mobility technologies and projecting them to customers worldwide.
In this episode of Inside Track, Road & Track editor-in-chief Mike Guy will be speaking with Albaisa about the headline-grabbing, retro-inspired Nissan Z Proto and the future of automotive design. If you want to see it all go down, head to Road & Track’s dedicated sign-up page.
Inside Track is one of the many offerings of the newly revamped magazine that’s our fellow Hearst Autos publication. They’re also hosting live events, virtual experiences, and adventures around the globe. The Tokyo Road adventure, for example, includes exclusive access to automotive landmarks like the Nissan Factory—Albaisa’s home base—as well as legendary experiences including the Japanese Grand Prix. R&T will host driving rallies at racetracks and on the most epic roads, hold discussions and debates on cool topics with some of the most influential people in the car world, and give participants the white-glove treatment at concours and auto show events.
If you want to get in on the fun, become a member of Road & Track’s Track Club. You’ll get every issue of their magazine, plus a whole lot more. Find more details on the membership tiers and exclusive discounts at roadandtrack.com/join, and check out the full experiences lineup at experiences.roadandtrack.com.
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