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One of the Nissan Leaf's newest features, the go-cartlike e-Pedal, began life as a performance-enhancing technology prototyped for sporty driving in the Maxima sedan.
Carlos Ghosn said the alliance between Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors, will be reworked by the end of his term as CEO of the French automaker in 2022.
Nissan expects vehicle sales in some markets to beat industry growth, driven by countries such as Saudi Arabia -- crucial for the Japanese company struggling with slowing sales in the United States.
Ford and Daimler are winding down a joint venture to develop fuel cell technology, Ford says, as the companies plan to take their fuel cell technology development in-house.
With the Trump administration putting the heat on automakers relying on Mexican assembly plants, the Nissan and Daimler joint-venture auto factory in Aguascalientes, Mexico has had a low profile for the past year.
The increasing commoditization of cars will force mass-market manufacturers to change their business models or face extinction, Aston Martin CEO Andy Palmer said.
Nissan's strategic downturn flattened out from an April crash -- with May U.S. light-vehicle volume off 4 percent.
Nissan is slashing vehicle production by as much as 20 percent in North America to cope with falling profitability in the United States, Japan's Nikkei business daily reported on Monday.
The Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance's new venture capital fund is backing autonomous driving, artificial intelligence and solid-state battery startups.
The automaker is offering a shipping benefit for employees working and traveling in North America with Milk Stork, the only breast milk shipping company in the United States.
Carlos Ghosn tamped down expectations of a quick deal to combine Nissan and Renault, saying the specter of failed mergers in his industry loomed large.
Nissan decked out its Armada for fun -- and then called it a Patrol.
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