Sales of Nissan's GT-R are almost too small to bother with. But the automaker continues to invest in a new generation of its pricey sports car, and for good reason.
Nissan North America Chairman Jose Munoz says the automaker will not ease off after it reaches its targeted 10 percent U.S. market share.
Very few family members are actually employed at Tennessee automotive supplier JDC Coatings, which President Michael Frye says allows the company to focus on what's best for the business.
Nissan will launch a new U.S. advertising campaign this week, but other significant marketing changes are coming.
Nissan's new Titan will be available with only a fraction of the configurations that are possible on the big-selling Detroit 3 pickups. But Nissan hopes that will actually please its customers.
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