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Toyota's new global design chief, Simon Humphries, says car-sharing and autonomous driving will be a boon to cool, ultra-emotional design for your personal wheels.
Toyota's latest batch of newly promoted executives injects new diversity of thought, but all are decidedly single-minded in warning that Japan's biggest automaker is beset by industry upheaval.
Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa has given the automaker's new North American boss some 60 days to devise a plan that may ease off the company's hard-driving reliance on incentives and fleet sales to deliver volume.
How serious are Toyota's problems in North America? Big enough to undercut the parent company's latest quarterly results, but not enough to dim the outlook for the fiscal year or to make Toyota an outlier among its...
Profits more than double at Mazda in the latest quarter, but mostly because the carmaker's slumping U.S. business was offset by huge foreign exchange rate gains.
The rising cost of doing business in North America is taking a toll on Subaru's profitability.
Narrowing losses in North America remain a drag on earnings at Mitsubishi Motors Corp. even as overall profits surged on higher sales and favorable foreign currency rates.
Toyota says its Kirobo Mini conversation partner, a robot it's selling in Japan, is a first step toward talking cars, but its conversations highlight the gulf that remains in achieving that goal and the challenges automakers...
Nissan is plotting aggressive growth in China that may catapult the country ahead of the United States as the Japanese carmaker's top market.
Toyota's quarterly profit rose 54 per cent, helped by a windfall from lowered U.S. tax liabilities, cost cutting and gains from favourable foreign exchange rates.
Toyota's quarterly profit rose 54 percent, helped by a windfall from lowered U.S. tax liabilities, cost cutting and gains from favorable foreign exchange rates.
To move faster into electrification, Subaru is relying on friends -- old and new -- for the needed products.
U.S. corporate tax cuts triggered a tripling of Honda's net income in the latest quarter, multiplying the effects of robust sales and a favorable exchange rate.
The Nissan brand will get four full electric vehicles and Infiniti will receive two over the next five years, a top Nissan executive says. The six vehicles include only full EVs, not hybrids.
President Trump's corporate tax breaks in the U.S. helped triple fourth-quarter net income at Honda, multiplying the effects of robust sales.
Hyundai, playing catch-up in the booming crossover market, is banking on a redesign of the Santa Fe to lift its fortunes — and slumping Canadian sales of the vehicle — in the important segment.
Hyundai, playing catch-up in the booming crossover market, is banking on a bigger, more modern redesign of the Santa Fe to lift its fortunes in the important segment.
The head of Ford's operations in China has resigned, less than five months after joining the U.S. automaker to jump start its business in the world's biggest car market.
Toyoda Gosei President Naoki Miyazaki says it is time to reposition the big Toyota Group supplier for a high-tech era in which customers are clamoring for autonomous driving systems and electrification.
Mazda is developing a gasoline-powered Skyactiv-3 engine it says will be as clean as an electric vehicle.
Japan-brand sales in China are booming -- and helping them offset the slowdown in the U.S.
Subaru has a growing sense of urgency to get serious about China, where the brand is barely treading water.
Tatsuro Toyoda, whose short tenure as president of Toyota Motor in the 1990s was marked by health issues, died Dec. 30 of pneumonia, the company said. He was 88.
Tatsuro Toyoda, the second son of Toyota Motor Corp.'s founder and whose short tenure as the company president in the 1990s was marked by health issues, has died at 88.
Honda Motor Co. CEO Takahiro Hachigo is steering a course to boost sales of popular products while also working with outside partners to enter the future world of electric vehicles and fuel cell technology.
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