The Japanese carmaker is considering giving its partner seats on oversight committees.
David Woodhouse will lead the Nissan and Infiniti design studio in North America.
It’s no secret that ther’s trouble within the Alliance; the question is, can things change?.
Nissan’s popular crossover will be revealed late this year with electrified powertrains and a roomier interior.
Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa feels his company needs to make peace with Renault.
The $35 billion merger isn’t dead just yet, and could go through if the French can appease their Japanese partners.
This 240Z has about 33,000 miles on its clock, was restored in the 1990s and is in pristine condition.
The state’s share has always concerned partner Nissan and has caused friction within the Alliance.
A plug-in hybrid version is reportedly in the cards, too, along with semi-autonomous driving.
According to sources familiar with the issue, the reason for FCA pulling out were the excessive demands of the French.
The French automaker’s board will meet again to examine FCA’s proposed merger.
The Japanese carmaker wants to first make sure its interests would be protected following a merger.