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Nissan decked out its Armada for fun -- and then called it a Patrol.
Magna will roll an extra US$300 million into r&d over the next three years as it deepens its interest in electrification and autonomous technology.
Magna will roll an extra $300 million into r&d over the next three years as it deepens its interest in electrification and autonomous technology.
Joe Peter, who spent most of his career at General Motors, has retired as CFO of Nissan.
One more sign that automakers are under pressure from a spate of new industry challenges — their relations with suppliers have worsened.
Bo Andersson has been dispatched by the president of Japan's giant family-owned wiring supplier, Yazaki Corp., to fix the business where it needs it most — North America and Europe.
Nissan called April "an extremely challenging month" as U.S. sales crashed 28 percent.
As Lear's new CEO, Ray Scott is focused on fusing the company's traditional seating business with its growing portfolio of electronics technologies.
Lear the seat maker, anticipating connected vehicles, is out to become Lear the smart-seat maker.
Autonomous driving, better data communications and electrified and lighter vehicles were the driving factors in the 2018 Automotive News PACE Awards.
Nexteer Automotive's new suite of autonomous-driving technologies promotes steer-by-wire in various applications. Jeff Zuraski, executive director for Nexteer, spoke with News Editor Lindsay Chappell about the outlook.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn takes Federal-Mogul to Tenneco, giving him a rich new role at Tenneco in the process.
Breaking new technologies for autonomous, connected and electrified vehicles dominated the 2018 Automotive News PACE Awards Monday night, as 14 suppliers were recognized for moving the industry forward.
Breaking new technologies for autonomous, connected and electrified vehicles dominated the 2018 Automotive News PACE Awards Monday night, as Magna and 13 other suppliers were recognized for moving the industry forward.
Aisin is expanding its Michigan testing grounds for the seventh time, and the results -- benefiting others, too -- could help stir industry growth for the region.
The redesign introduced at the New York auto show also reveals three notable changes in Nissan's styling direction.
Mitsubishi told its dealers that more support is on the way for financing, leasing and marketing as the brand looks for another growth year in 2018.
Nissan retailers get assurances that the factory is shifting from its aggressive growth model to a new focus on dealer profitability.
Infiniti dealers are counting on the redesigned QX50 crossover to lift their profitability in 2018.
Nissan has stuffed the new Altima with the latest and greatest of its technology. Now the company wants to make the sedan segment come back.
Nissan is giving the Altima a radical makeover in hopes of bringing U.S. buyers back to the shrinking midsize sedan segment.
Nissan isn't fazed that a hefty number of its stores are controlled by one individual, the reclusive Terry Taylor.
Infiniti will encourage dealers to go slow in selling the brand's soon-to-launch star product this year, the redesigned QX50 crossover.
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