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December 18, 2012
07:38 EDTNSANYNissan to expand Infiniti product line, Reuters reports
Nissan's (NSANY) Infiniti division sees the global premium car market growing 8% next year based on strong U.S. demand, while western European sales are expected to continue to be flat, reports Reuters. The company plans to make Infiniti a major global premium brand with production in Europe and China, and an increased range of models and engines. Infiniti is simplifying its vehicle names beginning with the 2014 models as future and existing Infiniti cars will carry the prefix "Q" followed by a number reflecting its size. Crossover and SUV names will begin "QX". A new mid-sized Q50 will replace the G sedan. Reference Link
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May 20, 2015
06:00 EDTNSANYTakata to widen airbag recall to nearly 34M, enters Consent Order
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May 19, 2015
13:20 EDTNSANYTakata expected to recall 33.8M vehicles, Detroit News reports
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May 18, 2015
12:33 EDTNSANYMarathon Patent unit enters into settlement agreement with Jaguar Land Rover
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09:54 EDTNSANYNHTSA looks to accelerate V2V rollout by automakers, Motor Authority says
Automakers have been notified that initial proposals for the implementation of vehicle-to-vehicle technology will be outlined by before January 1, 2016, which would be a full year ahead of schedule, according to Motor Authority. Publicly traded automakers include Fiat Chrysler (FCAU), Ford (F), General Motors (GM), Honda (HMC), Nissan (NSANY), Toyota (TM) and Volkswagen (VLKAY). Mobileye (MBLY) makes chips utilized in advanced driver assistance systems. Reference Link
06:57 EDTNSANYNissan won't change capital alliance with Renault, Reuters says
Nissan CEO, Carlos Ghosn, stated that the company will not change its capital alliance with Renault, after France increased its stake and voting rights in Renault, reports Reuters. Reference Link
06:26 EDTNSANYStudy shows Toyota and Honda leads in best supplier relations, Reuters says
A new study revealed that Toyota (TM) and Honda (HMC) led automakers with U.S. plants in supplier relations, reports Reuters. According to the study led by Planning Perspectives President John Henke, Toyota led Honda while Ford (F) was a distant third and Nissan (NSANY) came in fourth. General Motors (GM) and Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) were last on the list. Reference Link
05:56 EDTNSANYNissan CEO says its autonomous cars will be ready by 2020, AP reports
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May 17, 2015
16:18 EDTNSANYJapanese carmakers delay Takata restructuring until post-recall, Reuters says
Japanese automakers including Honda (HMC), Nissan (NSANY), and Toyota (TM) are delaying pressure for a restructuring at Takata (TKTDY) until the company ships out a healthy supply of replacement parts, reports Reuters, citing Masaki Higurashi, deputy director of the Japanese trade ministry's auto division. "After all the replacement parts are supplied, the automakers have to decide whether to let Takata stay on as it is... I think the automakers are starting to think about that," added Higurashi. Reuters notes that Takata and the carmakers disagree on whether the most recent round of airbag recalls are necessary, and as a result have not reached an agreement on costs. Reference Link
May 13, 2015
06:09 EDTNSANYToyota and Nissan recall 6.56M vehicles over Takata air bags, WSJ reports
Toyota (TM) and Nissan (NSANY) issued recalls for 6.56M vehicles worldwide over problems with Takata air bags, reports the Wall Street Journal. The companies cited new findings about the risk of moisture seeping inside the devices. The recalls come in addition to 25M vehicles already recalled due to the Takata air bags. Reference Link

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