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Nissan has shaken up its North American management team by giving more responsibility to Nissan Canada President Joni Paiva and naming Dan Mohnke the new top U.S. sales and marketing executive.
Nissan has promoted former Saturn executive Dan Mohnke to lead sales and marketing for the brand in the United States; he succeeds Christian Meunier, who becomes a global vice president for Infiniti.
Infiniti has stocked up on QX50 and QX70 inventories to make it through the winter after halting production in preparation for new models to come.
Nissan's newest Titan TV ad inserts a belly laugh into the solemn no-nonsense world of advertising big pickups.
Thirty-three innovations from 27 component and technology suppliers around the world have been selected as finalists for the 2018 Automotive News PACE Awards.
Japanese giant supplier Denso has jumped to put EV and autonomous parts into production in Tennessee to prepare for the coming wave of planned vehicles.
Dear Sir James: We heard you intend to spend $2.7 billion to enter the electric car business. I'd like to urge you to save your money.
Nissan's strategy to pull back from the midsize-car competition in favor of compacts paid off in September, with bigger Sentra sales helping to lift the brand 9.3 percent.
Falling sales, rising incentives and mounting vehicle inventories — is this really the right time for automakers to invest heavily in new U.S.
When IAC decided to spin off its global soft-trim business, an old friend in China was the first person they called.
Nissan's North American factory boss John Martin will move up to the role of executive vice president for manufacturing engineering and supply chain management for the global Renault-Nissan Alliance.
Nissan redesigns the Leaf for 2018 and reconceives the marketing strategy that launched it.
As bad as Hurricane Harvey's destruction was to the Texas coastal area, it will likely continue spinning out trouble for auto industry logistics in the weeks ahead.
Nissan Division sales fell 15 percent in August -- partly due to the Texas storm and partly due to a planned reduction in fleet volumes. Infiniti sales rose.
Bringing back the 1960s-era Microbus might seem like a fun nostalgia play, but Volkswagen has something more functional and potentially lucrative up its sleeve.
The industry has witnessed two automakers tacitly acknowledging this month that they got their new factory plans wrong.
Nissan's exit from battery-making stirs the pot on its new-gen Leaf, as well as on North American EV battery capacity.
VW will use the I.D. Buzz to help put its U.S. dealers in the commercial vehicle business -- a segment where the company has global aspirations.
With the Prototype 9, Infiniti imagines a 1940s racing heritage for a brand that did not debut until 1989.
Whatever new technologies Tesla's new Model 3 contains as it reaches consumers this year, there is one thing it will have much less of -- and that's wiring.
The 2018 Nissan Altima, based on new spy images, will feature less rounded surfaces than the current sedan, and a more pronounced back side. Body sculpting appears to have traces of the Vmotion 2.
The industry has been suiting up for a new world of electric and autonomous vehicles for the past few years. But as auto sales soften, some executives are having a moment of angst.
Tesla's upcoming Model Y small crossover will require a fraction of the wiring as previous models, thanks to new electrical systems and power transmission hardware.
Robert Bosch and Continental AG will move into high volume production this year to supply Nissan Motor Co. with advanced automated braking systems. The systems will be used across most of its U.S. product line.
Denso's strategists have peered into the year 2050 -- and now they intend to remake the company accordingly.
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