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Ghosn's successor will have work to do

Carlos Ghosn is handing the CEO reins for a vastly improved Nissan. Despite nearly two decades of gains, Nissan still has much to work on.
■ Wanted man: Jobs he might have had
■ Carlos Ghosn, in his own words
■ Ghosn's 18 years of epic battles

Honda settles for an 80-mile EV

Honda's Clarity all-electric model debuting this spring will have only about 80 miles of range on a single charge, Automotive News has learned.

The millennials are coming

So you thought millennials didn’t care about owning cars? Think again. They’re the fastest-growing segment among vehicle buyers and are likely to represent about 40 percent of the U.S. new car market by 2020.
Millennials won't compromise on technology
AutoNation captures growth of millennials
Why did they buy? Millennials explain

Trump administration re-evaluating self-driving car guidance

Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao said she was reviewing self-driving vehicle guidance issued by the Obama administration and urged companies to explain the benefits of automated vehicles to a skeptical public.

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The skeptics didn't know Carlos Ghosn

Bob Lutz didn't think Nissan could be saved. At that moment in the late 1990s, Nissan was on the brink of failure. Then entered Carlos Ghosn.

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During the past decade, the rise in car-sharing services, urban living and college debt payments led to doubts about millennials' desire to ever own a vehicle. Not anymore.

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PACE Awards

The Automotive News PACE Awards this year spotlight 34 product and process innovations from suppliers. CLICK HERE to view the finalists and learn more about some of their innovations.

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