Nissan Already Planning For Ev Sales Once Incentives Run Out

Nissan already planning for EV sales once incentives run outThe way Nissan looks at it, no good deed goes unpunished. The Japanese automaker will likely be the first to see federal incentives for its electric vehicles disappear. And the company may already be trying to work out some wiggle room with the powers that be.

Acura Already Planning Nsx Type R?

Acura already planning NSX Type R?Acura just took the wraps off the production version of its long-awaited new NSX, but rumors are already circulating of an even hotter version to follow.

A Special Note From Rich Miller, Director Of Product Planning For All Trucks And Suvs For Nissan North America

A special note from Rich Miller, Director of Product Planning for all trucks and SUVs for Nissan North AmericaHi folks,
Rich Miller here, Director of Product Planning for trucks and SUVs at Nissan North America. I've been involved with Nissan's truck program since 1995 when I was first hired by the company's Arizona Technical Center to handle durability testing and Vehicle Evaluation and Quality.

Honda Planning Sub-nsx S2000 Successor Update 2

2013 Detroit : Acura NSX ConceptNine years separated the arrival of the original Acura NSX and the Honda S2000. By that time, the NSX was closer to the end of its fifteen-year production cycle than it was to its beginning. The latest word has it that not only is Honda planning a successor to the S2000, but it's not about to wait that long after the new NSX arrives before it's rolled out.

Subaru Planning Modular Platform, Seven-seat Suv, Plug-in Hybrid

Subaru planning modular platform, seven-seat SUV, plug-in hybridSubaru will go about increasing the sales, though, that has us intrigued.
A focus on more fuel-efficient, direct-injection engines will complement a new platform, while the company is contemplating expanding capacity at its Indiana factory, which will now have more room since Toyota Camry production will be ending there.

Mitsubishi Planning New Sedan For Us With Renault

Mitsubishi Planning New Sedan for US With RenaultMitsubishi is currently planning a new mid-size sedan for the U.S. market with French automaker Renault.
The vehicle, which will be built by Renault, will be sold under the Mitsubishi brand in the U.S. Though the vehicle is still in negotiations and nothing is definitive, the plan to develop the sedan is part of the duo’s expanded alliance. The news was shared by Mitsubishi Motors North America’s executive vice president Don Swearingen at a dealer meeting.

Honda Planning A Second Vezel For Developing Markets

2013 Tokyo Motor Show : Honda Vezel crossoverThe new Honda Vezel was designed as a global product. Unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show in November, the compact crossover is already going on sale in Japan, will soon reach Europe and will eventually hit the North American market as well – albeit with a different name and engine lineup. But it won't be sold everywhere.