Akio Toyoda

Toyota wants TNGA platform to close gap with VW, Hyundai

Dec. 12, 2013 17:00 CET
The Toyota New Global Architecture will cut development costs by 20 percent to 30 percent and help create more appealing products to better compete with VW and Hyundai, a top r&d executive told Automotive News Europe....
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JAMES B. TREECE

Japanese auto leaders stand strong as survivors

12:01 am U.S. ET | Dec. 9, 2013
Japan's automakers have bonded as survivors....
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ANE monthly e-magazine goes live Monday

Nov. 29, 2013 06:01 CET
The latest issue of the Automotive News Europe monthly e-magazine goes live on Monday, Dec. 2. This edition looks at Fiat-Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne's new plan to relaunch struggling Alfa Romeo....
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JAMES B. TREECE

Japanese auto industry leaders stand strong as survivors

8:15 am U.S. ET | Nov. 24, 2013
The 2013 Tokyo Motor Show has been an unprecedented love fest. On Tuesday, the afternoon before the first press day, the bosses of each member of the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association stood shoulder to shoulder on the same stage, as the sound of a revving engine from each of their lineups roared in turn....
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Doubting Toyota prince defeats crisis to prove self wrong

12:01 am U.S. ET | Nov. 23, 2013
Akio Toyoda has made a convincing case for himself as head of the world's biggest automaker. With the Tokyo Motor Show under way this week, Toyota is on track for a record profit, its Lexus luxury unit predicts the best-ever year of sales, and industry surveys show public questions over deteriorating quality are fading. It's a remarkable turnaround for an executive who got off to a shaky start handling one of the worst crises in Toyota's 76-year history....
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