The Sunday Times bags world exclusive interview with Carlos Ghosn, the fugitive ex-Nissan chief


Carlos Ghosn, former boss of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance and international fugitive, has been interviewed in a world exclusive.
Nissan and Toyota to demand tariff compensation in event of no-deal Brexit

Nissan and Toyota may demand Brexit compensation


Japanese car makers Nissan and Toyota may demand recompense from the UK government if they are adversely financially affected by Brexit tariffs.
Nissan unveils electric emergency response Leaf concept

Nissan unveils electric emergency response Leaf


Nissan has today unveiled the Re-Leaf concept, a pure-electric emergency response version of its popular Leaf hatchback.
Thousands lay asleep on Okinawan roads last year

Thousands lay asleep on Okinawan roads last year


Okinawa, the smallest island that makes up Japan, is experiencing an epidemic of people lying down to sleep on its roads.
Carlos Ghosn arrested and fired by Nissan

Ghosn in first press call since fleeing Japan


Former Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn has held an extraordinary press conference in which he attempted to clear his name.
Carlos Ghosn Brazilian Chamber of Commerce Japan 2014

Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn 'was right to flee Japan'


The former Nissan boss was justified in escaping Japan's judicial system, according to the British CEO who uncovered a fraud scandal at Olympus.

Toyota is making a hydrogen fuel cell moon buggy


Toyota wants to boldly take fuel cell cars where they've never been before, by landing a hydrogen-powered rover on the moon by 2029.
Video: J-Deite Ride car-robot is a real-life Transformer

J-Deite Ride car-robot is a real-life Transformer


Transformers, more than meets the eye. Transformers, robots in disguise." It's a theme tune that millions of people around the world will recogni
Japan gears up for the drive-through funeral

Japan gears up for the drive-through funeral


It is a system familiar from fast-food chains and car parks. Now the drive-through is coming to a Japanese funeral parlour
Suzuki e-Survivor

AI and electric cars: 2017 Tokyo motor show review


When it comes to giving drivers a glimpse of the future, the Tokyo motor show is the event to follow. The biennual show gives the engineers and d

Drivers in Japan face dementia tests to cut deaths


Japan has introduced traffic rules to stop people with dementia driving, after a series of deaths caused by confused elderly motorists.

Men twice as likely to cross on a red light


Male pedestrians are almost twice as likely as women to cross a road when the pedestrian light is red and tend to jockey for pole position...
Rarer than a four-leaf clover: meet the new Ferrari J50

Meet the new £2.5m Ferrari J50


Ferrari will be hoping to score a perfect 10 with its latest, limited-edition model, which has been launched to mark 50 years of selling cars in