Both the CEOs of General Motors and Renault/Nissan are predicting slow economic growth and consumer anxiety in 2012.
Renault has invested $308 million in the Sandouville plant in France to manufacture the new generation of the Trafic light commercial vehicle (LCV), which will go on sale in 2014.
Nissan has announced a plan to invest $1.42 billion in a new production facility in Brazil, citing a goal to triple its market share in what is predicted to be Latin America's largest economy by 20
It seems that Daimler will be expanding its current cooperation with Nissan.
Renault will have a very interesting concept vehicle on display at the Frankfurt Auto Show called the Frendzy.
What could be more exciting than an amazingly sporty vehicle, like a Gordni blue Renault Wind Roadster driving down the road with some amazing rock music playing to complete the mood!
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is looking to gain a controlling share in Russia's largest automaker, OAO AvtoVAZ.
Nissan president and CEO Carlos Ghosn announced his earnings for the 2010 fiscal year as $11.46 million, making him the highest-compensated executive officer of any Japanese automaker.
The Renault-Nissan Alliance wil open a second technology research facility in Silicon Valley at the end of the month, focusing on electric car, and smart grid, development.
The new brand identity that French automaker talks about is based on the different stages of life with the Renault Captur Concept being the second stage and this identity seems to be as odd as it s
Think about it. We have ETFs representing literally everything else from airlines, gaming, media to timber, water, oil, natural gas, wheat, corn and gasoline.
Will Hosni Mubarak step down peaceably? Will there be a moderate transition? Those are the questions on the political front.
On the economic front, its budding auto and SUV industry is at stake.
It’s been written that Israeli-born Shai Agassi is much more than a car-part inventor or a lithium-battery whiz: He's an electric-car prophet.
Problem is, incentives are always at the tax payers’ expense; and most tax payers cannot afford an EV even with incentives and a job.