Auto sales in the world's fourth-largest market, have suddenly slumped, forcing sweeping job cuts across the subcontinent's massive auto sector.
Nissan's next-generation ProPilot 2.0 delivers true hands-off highway driving. The technology works well, but a test drive shows some of its practical limitations.
The stylist behind Infiniti's QX Inspiration and Prototype 10 concept vehicles will be the premium brand's new global design chief, following the departure of Karim Habib.
Toyota and Suzuki might seem like an odd couple. But Suzuki gives Japan's biggest carmaker a badly needed foothold in India and helps deliver ever-bigger scale.
Chris Reed wants to expand the tech center's work into electronics and software, as part of a push to bring autonomous driving and other next-generation technologies to American roads.
In the new, murky world of U.S. auto sales tallies, the industry finally broke out of a slump in July or is on the verge of matching its longest losing streak to start a year since the Great Recesssion.
It's not just the top names like Toyota investing big-league in future technology like electrification, connectivity and autonomous driving.
His plan includes 12,500 job cuts worldwide. The reduction would represent about 9 percent of Nissan's global work force of roughly 140,000.
The company has been investing big in autonomous technology as well, ahead of the games next year in Tokyo.