PARIS – Details of the Renault SA-Nissan Motor Co. Ltd.-Daimler AG cooperative are reaching the public, but without confirmation from the three auto makers. A striking report in the Japanese magazine Best Car says the next Infiniti M and G sedans will be based on the Mercedes-Benz E-Class platform. Infiniti, launched by Nissan in 1989 in the U.S., has struggled to impose itself on global markets, while the E-Class is one of the best-established models in the segment. “Turbo,” a French ...
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