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Carlos Ghosn To Reportedly Get Re-Arrested, Remain In Detention Until December 30

When Japanese authorities arrested former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn on November 19, prosecutors asked for the maximum detention time of 10 days. After the initial period expired, prosecutors asked for a 10-day extension. As a result, the executive’s release was expected to take place on December 10. That might not happen, though, as a new report …

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Mitsubishi E-Evolution Concept Rallies To The Cause On America’s Left Coast

Mitsubishi is focusing these days, as so many automakers are, on its crossover SUVs. But it hasn’t forgotten the most exciting of its passenger-car nameplates that it’s left along the way. It’s just applying them to crossovers instead. Like the Eclipse (Cross), and this – the e-Evolution concept. Look familiar? The Diamond-Star automaker first revealed …

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Mitsubishi Makes Cool Cars We Just Don’t Get Them In America

All Images Credit: Mitsubishi You may be a fan of Mitsubishi’s great cars and trucks of the past, longing for the days of the Montero and Lancer wagons. But you may not realize that Mitsubishi still sells these cars, just not to Americans. Today is as good a day as any to take stock of …

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Now Carlos Ghosn Gets the Boot From Mitsubishi

Ghosn, left, and Mitsubishi Motors Corp. Chairman and CEO Osamu Masuko, right, when they made their 2016 deal. AP Photo. The fall of Ghosn continues today as the board of Mitsubishi Motors just gave the former Renault/Nissan boss the boot, as the New York Times reports. Ghosn had been the chairman of Mitsubishi since October …

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Mitsubishi Not So Sure About Building An All-New Pajero

Mitsubishi has been updating their flagship SUV, the Pajero, over the years, but the vehicle remains largely the same since 2006 when the fourth generation was introduced. Things could, however, change, as the Japanese automaker, which is now rolling with Renault-Nissan, is contemplating on building a successor. According to Autocar, COO Trevor Mann commented that …