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U.S. sales may be slipping but automakers are unleashing a wide spectrum of new concepts and redesigned models to stimulate the market in 2018.
Nissan's Rogue crossover was one of just two nonpickup nameplates to sell more than 400,000 units in 2017. It wasn't predicted a few years ago.
Renault, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors are lining up partners for their push into shared driverless robotaxis.
Renault, Nissan, Mitsu lining up partners in robotaxi push; VW's crossover conquest move; Ex-CEO paring Uber stake?; New BMW China chief; AV startup ready to take on big players.
With its shorter hood, Infiniti's upcoming Q Inspiration sedan concept hints of an electrified future Q70.
The world's biggest automakers and technology companies are spending billions of dollars to perfect your ability to drive without thinking. Nissan is taking a different direction — trying to "decode" your thinking so hands-on driving is more fun.
Sales of most Nissan and Infiniti nameplates declined in December, but the full year remained positive.
At CES: Nissan AV tech taps into brain waves, Mercedes blends AI, infotainment, Honda's compassionate robot; Report: Fusion redesign canceled; Long and short of Infiniti concept.
Nissan will drive home the message of Intelligent Mobility at CES as new features hit the market
Nissan Motor Co. has tapped a Renault executive with a deep background in the European and Russian auto industry to take over as chairman of Nissan North America.
Honda is considering developing all solid-state batteries for electric vehicles as automakers look to come up with powerful, next-generation car batteries.
Nissan Canada Finance is notifying more 1.13 million customers of a data breach that saw personal information accessed by an unauthorized person or people. NCF is offering free credit monitoring.
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