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Future Products: Japanese automakers

Scion's entry-level reload means big changes

Toyota has decided to keep Scion as a starter brand with a product lineup tailored to young shoppers.  » READ

Toyota delay could have domino effect


Performance push from Japan's Big 3


Nissan tackles its larger models now


Lexus lineup aims for younger buyers


Fit, HR-V, Pilot lead way for Honda


Big wave of Infiniti products ahead


Acura TLX: The storm before the calm


A crush of crossovers from Japan's Big 3


5 cool innovations at Japan's SAE expo


Japanese collaborate on r&d for new fuel efficient engines


Lexus NX crossover goal: 2,200 sales per month


Lexus weighs the best way to add 7-seat crossover


2 former Diamond Electric execs to plead guilty in price-fixing scheme


Honda makes big bet on small Vezel crossover


'14 Highlander: Same engines, much more juice


Honda commits to 2nd-gen Ridgeline


Mitsubishi patches some holes in its lineup


Subaru plans sportier WRX/STI next year


3 Japanese rivals follow differing paths


Mazda6, CX-5 to get earlier updates


Japan's big brands aim for tech, sizzle


Musk vision taxes tiny Tesla budget


Scion ponders moving into near-luxury


Lexus to increase its sporty quotient


New Fit platform key to Honda's growth


Small cars big part of Toyota plans


Acura shifts focus from crossovers to cars


Infiniti signals shift in product plans


Nissan's smaller players due next