Nissan Motor Co. will start selling Infiniti cars in Japan for the first time, 24 years after the luxury brand was born in the U.S., as it takes on high-end models from automakers including Daimler AG’s Mercedes-Benz.
Nissan Motor Co., the Japanese automaker that sells the most cars in China, expects sales in the world’s largest automobile market to rebound within three months, as demand for Japanese-branded vehicles recovers.
Nissan Motor Co., the most prolific electric-car maker, has begun selling green-car credits under California’s clean-air rules. The only automaker that had previously disclosed doing so is Tesla Motors Inc.
Volkswagen AG, Europe’s biggest carmaker, outlined ambitious plans to offer as many as 40 electric or hybrid vehicles, betting buyers will have enough confidence in performance to shift to low-emissions cars.