Mitsubishi hints at high-end SUV with Ground Tourer conceptMon, 27, Jun 2016
Mitsubishi, fighting an emissions scandal at home and a sparse lineup overseas, is dangling a new “high-end SUV coupé" concept to showcase a new direction in design and product.
A new giant could make more vehicles than ToyotaMon, 27, Jun 2016
Nissan's proposed takeover of Mitsubishi Motors would produce a Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi giant that could overtake Toyota in global light-vehicle production by 2017, predicts consultancy LMC Automotive.
Nissan reviews Mitsubishi fuel economy claims as due diligence continuesWed, 22, Jun 2016
Nissan is looking into whether Mitsubishi Motors may have faked fuel economy figures outside of Japan as part of Nissan's due diligence review of the company before finalizing its plan to buy a 34 percent stake for 237 billion yen ($2.28 billion).
Mitsubishi expects annual loss due to mileage-cheating scandal, report saysTue, 21, Jun 2016
Mitsubishi Motors expects to post a net loss this financial year over its mileage-cheating scandal as it is hit by compensation costs and a slide in vehicle sales, a report said today.
Mitsubishi takes $480 million charge for mileage fraudFri, 17, Jun 2016
Mitsubishi Motors said it will book a charge of $480 million this fiscal year to compensate buyers for manipulating fuel-efficiency ratings, as it admits to falsifying test data for 20 models that it sold in Japan in the past decade.
Mitsubishi reportedly used improper mileage data for other modelsWed, 15, Jun 2016
Mitsubishi used improper fuel economy data for additional models that are no longer being sold and plans to report on the matter soon to Japan's transport ministry, local media reported today. The automaker admitted in April to overstating the fuel economy on four vehicles, including two produced for Nissan.
Mitsubishi Heavy to keep car stake amid fuel-testing crisisTue, 14, Jun 2016
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, currently the biggest shareholder in Mitsubishi Motors, will hold onto its stake in the automaker that Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn is seeking to turn around following a fuel-economy test scandal.
Industry trims stocks in MayMon, 13, Jun 2016
Although May U.S. auto sales sagged 6.1 percent and missed analysts' expectations, the industry managed to rein in vehicle supplies that were starting to bulge.
Four automakers selling some vehicles with defective Takata airbags, Senate report saysWed, 01, Jun 2016
Four automakers confirmed they are selling some new vehicles with defective Takata airbags that will eventually have to be recalled, U.S. Senate Commerce Committee Democrats said in a report today.