Articles about Renault Nissan Alliance

The Japanese carmaker says that the future of the Alliance is not in question
They were either jaw-dropping or facepalm-inducing
In 2011, Ferrari followed up its line of elegant two-door four-seater GT cars with the FF. And the world couldn't believe its eyes. A hatchback. A hatchback with four-wheel drive. A 4x4 hatchback with a V12 developing 651hp.
Up to $1 billion
The race is on between major carmakers seeking the next big breakthrough or discovery in automotive technology. But now the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi triumvirate has made a pretty big leap that arguably puts it ahead of the pack. The group has just
Ghosn will remain as chairman
Big changes are happening over at Nissan HQ. The Japanese carmaker has just announced that Carlos Ghosn will step down as the company's chief executive officer (CEO). He will be replaced the current co-CEO and representative director Hiroto Saikawa beginning
Ghosn to become chairman
From two they became three. Completing a process that began months ago, Nissan Motor Company has completed its acquisition of a 34% stake in Mitsubishi Motors.Nissan is already allied with Renault, and with Mitsubishi becoming part of this partnership, the new
Starting with Mitsubishi-branded Renault sedans
The Renault-Nissan Alliance is expanding its collaboration with Mitsubishi by exploring \"several new projects covering shared products, technologies and manufacturing capacity.\" The venture between the carmakers was first established in 2011 to develop a range of kei cars for both Nissan
Beginning later this year
From 2013 onward, Nissan and Renault will begin sharing components for their vehicles, not only to reduce costs but to also expand the product range of both brands.Through the \"common module family\" engineering architecture, both Nissan and Renault can share the
To create fuel-cell electric vehicles by 2017
In April 2010, the Renault-Nissan Alliance joined forces with Daimler AG to develop next-generation small-car technologies and powertrains for passenger cars and light commercial vehicles. Now, Ford Motor Company is joining the coalition "to accelerate the commercialization of fuel-
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