The brand is known for its iconic small cars, but it is now adding roomier crossovers to its lineup — a nod to shifting consumer tastes in the U.S.
Nissan gave an Illinois man a new Frontier so it could memorialize his old one, which racked up 1 million miles on its original four-cylinder engine and five-speed manual transmission.
The outcome of a lawsuit over control of data could have ramifications beyond the state, where a state law is being challenged.
The state is the first to let its citizens operate a flying car on public roads, if they could actually buy one.
CEO Chris Urmson thinks it's better to operate free of automaker partners to get his autonomous-drive technology into the market.