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JTEKT Corp., one of the world's biggest steering system suppliers, face up to life in a world where vehicles steer themselves.
Just as Honda produces U.S.-focused vehicles such as the Ridgeline pickup, it makes a slew of nameplates for China that are rarely seen elsewhere.
Regional auto shows in China are raucous affairs where manufacturers, dealers and customers come to not only look at cars but to buy and sell them.
Acura is finally getting serious about international expansion with an eye to the world's biggest auto market.
Honda's rapidly expanding footprint in China spotlights how the world's biggest auto market is pulling focus and resources away from the United States.
Toyota's rethink on making the Tacoma in Mexico instead of the Corolla is causing dozens of suppliers to come up with a Plan B.
As a top global sponsor of the Olympics and the country's flagship automaker, Toyota sees the Tokyo games as a turning point for its image.
Hyundai and Genesis are aiming to halve product design cycles, slashing the time it would take them to roll out full model changes.
The new engine delivers torque and fuel efficiency on par with a diesel engine but without nasty nitrogen oxide or sooty emissions.
Subaru avenges its flameout at this year's 24-hour Nurburgring endurance race by conquering the notoriously demanding track with a record lap time.
Genesis ponders a third utility entry, possibly a compact crossover, to fill 'white spots' in its lineup and balance its sedan heavy offerings.
North America emerged as a weak link for Honda in the latest quarter as falling regional sales and profits weighed down a meager uptick in global operating profit.
Toyota is tightening its ties to Mazda as Japan's fragmented auto industry consolidates into three camps around the country's biggest automakers.
Operating profit dropped 11 percent at Toyota in the latest quarter with rising incentives and foreign exchange losses broadsiding earnings as Japan's biggest automaker struggled to shift its car-heavy mix to hot-selling...
Subaru's quarterly profit rose 18 percent on booming U.S. demand for crossovers.
Profits tumbled at Mazda in the latest quarter as the car-heavy brand found itself on the wrong end of a light-truck hungry public in the U.S.
Honda reported a slight rise in operating profit in the latest quarter as booming vehicle sales in Asia helped to offset a slide in North American demand.
Honda Motor Co. reported a slight rise in operating profit in the latest quarter as rising costs and foreign exchange losses weighed down gains from rising sales, including a 9.3 increase in Canada.
The next Lexus LS opens up a fight over self-driving technology between Japan's two biggest automakers.
Stalling growth in North America weighed down Mitsubishi Motors Corp.'s surging profit recovery in the latest quarter.
Rather than leaping into the high-level fight for highway autonomous driving technology, Japan's Aisin Seiki Co. is aiming at a low-speed market opportunity — the humble parking lot.
Mitsubishi's operating profit surged nearly fivefold in the latest quarter, rebounding from a year earlier when earnings were broadsided by a fuel economy scandal.
Toyota Camry's chief engineer sings the virtues of V-6 power as rival Honda switches to a downsized turbo.
The new-generation 2018 Lexus LS arriving in the United States and Canada early next year showcases the brand's latest, greatest automated safety technology. But the brand won't call it self-driving.
General Motors' global South Korean business unit loses its CEO as sales fall and labor talks loom.
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