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Chassis Brakes, barred from the U.S. market by contract for three years, is now making up for lost time.
Selling more Nissan Titans involves sales training in how the pickup works -- and dealership training on how to sell it.
An eagerly looked-for QX50 redesign arrives this month, as Infiniti keeps a stern eye on inventories.
Nissan will introduce the body-on-frame Terra SUV in Asia this spring with a name one letter different from its iconic Xterra.
Linamar CEO Linda Hasenfratz has plant investment on her mind as automakers outsource more of what they used to consider sacred cows.
Nikola Motor Co. intends to build a 1-million-square-foot assembly plant in Buckeye, Ariz. to manufacture zero-emission hydrogen-electric semitrucks by the end of 2019.
Landing an auto plant is a colossal economic win for a community — but not quite the win it was a decade ago.
The big challenge of the auto industry for the next few months will be getting out of paying the bill for the administration's planned tariffs on imported steel and aluminum.
Nissan brand sales dipped 4 percent in February as Altima deliveries wind down in advance of a redesign.
Denso has upped its capital spending in East Tennessee to boost U.S. production of fuel pump and gas injectors.
Detroit's heavy-duty and off-road axle and brake maker AxleTech is being reborn as a supplier to electric garbage trucks, buses and construction vehicles.
Continental needs software engineers. There will be a world of software bugs to keep them busy.
Toyota and Mazda's planned north Alabama auto plant will operate as a separate entity, making its own supply chain decisions.
The Altima, Nissan's highest-volume sedan, will be redesigned and reach the market in the second half of the year.
Nissan management says the automaker has run out of the available factory space that has fueled its U.S. sales growth. It's time to build a new assembly plant.
PSA's selection of Atlanta for its U.S. headquarters shines a light on the city's growth in automotive engineering.
ZF names a CEO from Mahle, which had grabbed him from Bosch. Mahle promotes the man it recruited from Continental.
President Donald Trump, in his State of the Union address, said Americans are not accustomed to hearing that auto companies are investing in the United States. He might actually have a point.
Nissan posted positive results as it continues to work down its inventories of 2017 models, while Infiniti absorbed an 8 percent decline.
Rumors of the death of Nissan's Z are greatly exaggerated.
Infiniti is keeping a low profile as it launches the redesigned QX50 crossover, even though it is the brand's most significant new vehicle in years.
Infiniti hurries to catch up with other luxury brands by going almost all electric, starting in 2021.
Nissan's ePower technology has been something of a sensation in Japan. Now the automaker wants to bring it to the United States.
PSA Group, steaming toward a return to the U.S. auto market, is poised to put its North American headquarters in the greater Atlanta area, Automotive News has learned.
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