The relationship between two of Japan's most esteemed car manufacturers just got a little closer - and a lot more complicated. Mere days after Mitsubishi admitted that it had falsified fuel economy tests (something that also affects Nissan via a shared technology agreement), the company now finds itself as a member of the greater Nissan organization.
The going price for buying a controlling interested in one of your largest rivals/technological partners? How does $2.1 billion sound? To learn more about the details of this surprising acquisition, check out the full story from Mashable's Nick Jaynes in the link below.