The automaker is readying a dedicated platform for bigger, better electric cars for America and beyond. It's part of a technology blitz executives just announced.
As part of a new mobility push, the company is deploying a milk jug-sized battery pack for small vehicles.
Now that Japanese prosecutors have taken Carlos Ghosn back to jail and confiscated his wife's cell phone, his attorney doubts the ousted Nissan chairman can get a fair trial.
As Carlos Ghosn heads into his fourth month locked in a Japanese jail, his lawyers are turning the blame back at Nissan in a reinvigorated legal offensive. The new narrative: This case is "not normal."
Workers in Japan are pushed to the wall to crank out cars, while a rash of production hitches has slammed Subaru's reputation for quality. And the problems are slowly showing up in America.
Mitsubishi is circling wagons with Nissan against any plan to fold the Japanese duo into a holding company with their alliance partner Renault.