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Newly established Texas resident Toyota is planning a flood of Tacomas and major updates to body-on-frame vehicles such as the Tundra, Sequoia and 4Runner.
Toyota is pouring $373.8 million into hybrid powertrain production in the United States, developing parts made domestically for the first time.
Automakers in Europe are adopting 48-volt mild hybrids to reduce CO2 emissions in response to diesel's faster-than-expected decline.
Mazda plans the electrification of all its vehicles by the early 2030s, a Japanese report said. Currently Mazda's lineup does not include any all-electric vehicles, though it sells one hybrid model.
Toyota will add a sportier line of hybrid engines to its fuel-saving gasoline-electric models. The new engines will be fitted to the core models in its current range.
By the mid-2020s, every model in Aston Martin's lineup — all series production cars — will be hybrids or electric vehicles.
Delphi has combined two new engine technologies to make gasoline engines more fuel-efficient. But will it be appealing enough attract European automakers away from diesel?
Acura is giving the RLX a makeover for 2018 to revive interest in its oft-forgotten large sedan.
BMW is planning combustion, hybrid and electric versions of its core nameplates. The strategy will allow the automaker to flex production depending on what is selling better.
A new forecast warns that as many as 75 of the industry's top 100 suppliers will face irrelevance by 2030 unless they establish a niche for electrified cars.
For all the excitement Tesla mustered by starting to deliver its cheaper Model 3, the tall order ahead will be to pull off what no electric car has done to date -- move the needle on the auto market.
Japan's Hitachi Automotive Systems and Honda Motor signed an agreement to form a joint venture to develop motors for electric vehicles.
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