Nissan returns to Japan's most exclusive addressSept. 23, 2016
Nissan's flagship showroom has returned to Japan's most exclusive, priciest address -- Tokyo's glitzy Ginza district, flush with department stores and geisha clubs. A sleek new two-story showroom sits at the shopping district's main neon-soaked intersection.
First Shift: Tesla's burst of speedAug. 24, 2016
Mitsubishi pivots to crossovers and plug-insAug. 22, 2016
Korean brands are preparing for dominationAug. 8, 2016
Nissan declares its 'year of the truck'July 25, 2016
Lexus' sexy, sporty flagship leads the wayJuly 25, 2016
Infiniti's new product wave is rolling in nowJuly 25, 2016
Japan 3 chart their own coursesJuly 25, 2016
Honda debuts upgraded 2-motor hybrid systemFeb. 18, 2016
Honda has tweaked its hybrid system for large vehicles to deliver better power and fuel economy. The improvements debuted in a hybrid Odyssey minivan and build on the two-motor system currently deployed in the Accord Hybrid.
New global architecture for SubaruAug. 24, 2015
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.
As Mitsu restocks lineup, future remains murkyAug. 24, 2015
Mitsubishi Motors Corp. announced in July that it plans to sell or shutter its assembly plant in Normal, Ill. The announcement called into question whether Mitsubishi, which has focused on fleshing out a thin lineup and imbuing its vehicles with a consistent style, is committed to the U.S. for the long haul.