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Future Products: Japanese automakers

Mitsubishi to tweak design for a unified look

Mitsubishi will improve its U.S. lineup with some fresh design touches next year, but few all-new vehicles will be introduced stateside during the next three years.  » READ
 

Subaru moves to 1 platform, new generation of engine technology

 

Mazda making big changes fast

 

Hybrids, crossovers key vehicles from Japan

 

Scion's entry-level reload means big changes

 

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