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Toyota is working to rebalance its U.S. portfolio and production to get its roughly 50-50 car-truck sales split more in line with a market that's running 60-40 in favor of light trucks.
Fiat Chrysler will refresh and stick with its stable of large cars until at least 2020, two sources told Automotive News.
Volkswagen expects to be able to use its tweaked MQB modular platform for the next two generations of cars and light trucks, creating substantial cost savings, VW brand chief Herbert Diess says.
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