AutoNews Now: Lessons from Toyota CavalierFeb. 9
Nissan's ProPilot system lightens the load of drivingSept. 19, 2016
Olympics could derail Tokyo showApril 18, 2016
The autumn 2019 Tokyo Motor Show was supposed to be ideal for previewing Japan's advances in zero-emission and autonomous cars ahead of the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo. Instead, the games threaten to derail the motor show.
Is Japan prepared for the Big One?March 14, 2016
N. Korea auto industry may get even worseMarch 7, 2016
Impoverished North Koreans can barely afford food, let alone cars. And their government seemingly prefers to channel what little hard currency it has into rocket fuel for missile tests over gasoline for the nation's transportation system. But if conditions can get even worse for the communist dictatorship's pitiful automotive industry, they just might.
Toyoda shows playful side at Lexus unveilingJan. 18, 2016
No wonder Japanese praise trade pactOct. 12, 2015
Compared with the disgruntled murmuring from Detroit, the reaction of Japanese automakers to the historic Pacific Rim trade pact was one of elation. And rightly so -- at least from their point of view.