Along with Toyota and Honda, Nissan is one of Japan's big three automakers. Now partnered with French automaker Renault, Nissan builds a wide variety of vehicles, from the thrifty Versa hatchback all the way up to the infamous GT-R sports car.
Under Japanese law, a company can be charged for the misdeeds of its employees.
It looks pretty sharp, but then again, for $1.1 million it had better look sharp.
The report says prosecutors plan to indict not only Ghosn, but also the automaker itself.
Deliveries are set to begin in 2019 and continue through 2020.
The crossover scores sew front and rear fascias and diamond-quilted interior leather.
The 300-horsepower sedan adds more safety features.
A reshaped grille and fascia headline the updates to Nissan's sedan.
It's a little sharper, a little sleeker and a little techier.