Japan's top automaker believes technological breakthroughs, such as hydrogen engines, can give internal combustion a new lease on life — saving jobs as well as the environment.
The rollout makes good on a promise to resurrect the blade-twirling powerplant after retiring the technology with the discontinued RX-8 in 2012.
Japanese motor-maker Nidec grew big by making electric motors for appliances. Now it is plotting huge growth in automotive.
The University of Michigan's Anna Stefanopoulou says with the right battery, hybrid technology could extend the life of the internal combustion engine.
Toshihiro Mibe is starting a radical revolution that includes rockets, partners and an end to combustion engines.
In a world gone gaga for EVs, the redesigned coupe is a no-excuses gasoline-burning 400-hp speedster built for a brand struggling to reignite excitement.