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Future Products: Japanese automakers

New global architecture for Subaru

As new products roll out, Subaru will switch to a new global architecture that debuts on next year's 2017 Impreza hatchback and sedan. The architecture will underpin all future redesigns and a new full-size crossover.  » READ
 

As Mitsu restocks lineup, future remains murky

 

Mazda rounds out its Skyactiv lineup

 

Japan's smaller automakers bank on CUVs

 

Honda's $16,000 coupe sells out in Japan after first production run

 

Pickups, crossovers and powertrain dominate Japan 3 plans

 

Toyota begins shift to global platform

 

A supercar, then a mini crossover for Acura

 

Honda in line for plug-in, a turbo injection

 

Infiniti's bold overhaul begins next spring

 

Lexus arms for luxury battle with updated CT, new crossover

 

Long-starved Scion gets a serving of new cars, crossovers

 

Nissan aims for volume sweet spots with rollouts

 

Toyota's mean, green fuel-cell car dons racing stripes

 

Honda says quarterly North American operating profit drops 14%

 

Infotainment glitches haunt automakers in Consumer Reports' reliability survey

 

Mitsubishi to tweak design for a unified look

 

Subaru moves to 1 platform, new generation of engine technology

 

Mazda making big changes fast

 

Hybrids, crossovers key vehicles from Japan