And don't forget Mitsubishi.
He remains in charge of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, as well as Mitsubishi.
Chinese consumers can get nearly $20,000 hacked off the price of an electric vehicle.
Carlos Ghosn of Renault-Nissan says merger will save billions in development costs.
To reach the climate change mitigation goals of COP21, we need to double our efforts to get more people into electric vehicles, says Carlos Ghosn.
In countless introductions of the new Chevy Bolt, executives from General Motors touted the all-electric vehicle as the first affordable electric car for the masses. Those without selective memories may recall – what was it? – oh yes, the Nissan Leaf.
From the Autoblog booth at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, Patrick McIntyre interviews Renault-Nissan Chairman, President and CEO Carlos Ghosn. Topics include autonomous driving and Nissan's Titan Warrior concept at NAIAS 2016.
Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn says the transition to electric vehicles is imperative, and needs the support of business and the public sector.
The members of the Renault-Nissan Alliance have taken measures to keep one from interfering in the governance of the other - and to limit the influence of the French government on both.
Nissan is getting some unexpected assistance from its Japanese labor union in its ongoing battle with the French government.
Tesla customers respond to increased mobile technician fees. Nissan fuel cell car is coming in "like four to five years," says Ghosn. Georgia EV incentives end, hurting Leaf sales.
Nissan introduces Intelligent Drive autonomous tech at the 2015 Tokyo Show with the IDS Concept, an all-electric vehicle with a big 60-kWh battery pack.
Renault-Nissan Alliance boss Carlos Ghosn wants to reduce the French government's control in his company. To make that happens, he's proposing a plan that would give the Nissan side far more power in the partnership.
Some Nissan drivers in Japan will get a suite of self-driving features by the end of 2016.
An upgrade to the Nissan Leaf's single-charge range thanks to improved battery technology could happen as soon as August.
Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn hints to shareholders at an electric vehicle with a 250-mile range in the near future.