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Alfonso Albaisa, Nissan's first non-Japanese styling chief, wants to re-root the automaker in its Japanese heritage and deploy advanced digital tools to get to the next era.
Nissan's second-generation electric Leaf launches in January with a big advantage for the automaker. It's done this before.
Nissan steering spiffs directly to salespeople; Robotaxi rides in Japan; Genesis aiming for 85-90 stores; Toyota's big Olympics play; Auctioning off the last Oldsmobile.
Nissan is steering cash spiffs to dealership sales personnel this month in a bid to sell off 2017 models.
Nissan steps its challenge to Waymo in the race for self-driving cars with plans to field-test robotaxis in downtown Yokohama early next year.
Auto sales, behind strong results at Nissan, Ford and Honda, rose to 1,399,640 in November -- a record for the month -- exceeding most forecasts and driven by light-truck demand and fatter deals.
Calif. dealerships in line of wildfires; ZF CEO steps down; Nissan exec on spiffs: 'You have to stay in the game'; Audi 'Apollo 45' salute; Budweiser reserves 40 Tesla semis.
U.S. sales at Nissan North America jumped 18 percent to 135,985 in November -- a record for the month -- behind a surge in light trucks and steady rise in car sales.
Nissan said it will test an autonomous ride-hailing service on public roads in Japan in March, aiming to officially start robotaxi rides in the early 2020s.
Automakers clearly expect the crossover boom to continue, with nearly a dozen crossovers making their world or U.S. debuts at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
The 2018 Nissan Kicks will be targeted at millennials and retirees alike, and priced to be competitive with entry-level sedans.
Infiniti expects its redesigned crossover, powered by what it calls a breakthrough engine technology, to finally make it a bigger player in a critical segment.
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