Renault e.dams has won the third ePrix of season three of the FIA Formula E Championship with a mature and confident drive from Sébastien Buemi on the Puerto Madero circuit. The win is Séb’s third in a row and the team’s sixth consecutive victory, taking the Renault e.dams tally to twelve from twenty-four ePrix since the series inauguration, a 50% success rate.
Carlos Ghosn with the Nissan Leaf, the first mass-produced electric car in the world.
In this new chapter, Carlos Ghosn recalls the enormous challenge that represented facing the economic crisis that started in September 2008. While he adjusted his management philosophy for the bumpy months ahead, he launched the Nissan Leaf: the first mass-produced electric car in the world.
Carlos Ghosn revived the GT-R sports car to inspire Nissan employees and help burnish the brand.
In this fifth chapter, Carlos Ghosn remembers when he travelled to China and created a historic joint-venture between Nissan and the state-owned automaker called Dongfeng.
Today, the company’s sales in China are a significant contributor to the global totals and, as Carlos Ghosn says "we see tremendous opportunity for low- and even zero-emission vehicles to be developed in the Chinese market."
The Alliance's CEO also recalls his first year as the leader of both Nissan Motor and Renault and when he announced the revival of an icon: the high-performance GT-R sports car.
Read the fifth chapter here: Chapter 5: Nissan growth
During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Renault-Nissan Alliance Chairman and CEO Carlos Ghosn talked to CBS News about what he believes to be the mega trends of automobiles this year and the importance of safe affordable autonomous cars.
As the Chairman and CEO of the Renault-Nissan Alliance, Carlos Ghosn splits his time each month between Japan, France and other markets where the companies operate, such as the U.S., Brazil, China and the Middle East.