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High-tech roof could add 3.7 miles of range on a good day, but no plans yet to bring it to the States. Continue Reading...
Arguably, Italy is the country best known for building ultra-exotic automobiles. Continue Reading...
Fuji Heavy Industries will abandon its industrial division and become Subaru Corporation, devoting more resources to their vehicle development and production instead. Continue Reading...
Major changes could transform Japan’s automotive business in a major way over the next five years. Continue Reading...
To one side is Tokyo Bay, to the other, Japan’s capital and largest metropolitan area on planet Earth. In between these leviathans is a world-renowned biennial motor show. Maybe you’ve heard of it? 2015 Tokyo Motor Show Coverage Here are the Top Five Cars revealed in Tokyo this year. 5. Honda Clarity Fuel Cell And… Continue Reading...
Toyota’s global public relations director has resigned. Continue Reading...
Out with the old, in with the new. Japanese automaker Suzuki is getting a fresh president and chief operating officer. Continue Reading...
Electrified vehicles are being heavily embraced in Japan. Continue Reading...
Maybe you haven’t heard the news: Toyota is closing up shop in Southern California and moving to the Lone Star State. Continue Reading...
Three years after the devastating Fukushima earthquake in Japan, radioactive used vehicles are surfacing in Central Asia. Continue Reading...
Half of Chinese car buyers say they wouldn’t buy a Japanese car. Continue Reading...
Honda’s most sophisticated hybrid to date is turning out to be a bigger hit than the company expected. Continue Reading...
Marketing comes in all shapes and sizes, but this video is so out there that we had to share it. Continue Reading...
At the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, Mitsubishi unveiled a trio of concepts that gives us a preview of the design direction the automaker plans on heading towards. Continue Reading...
At the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, Nissan showed off what could be its answer to the popular Scion FR-S. Continue Reading...
Some way, somehow, Nissan continues to find a way to improve its menacing GT-R sports car, unveiling the 2015 model along with a NISMO variant at this year’s Tokyo Motor Show. Continue Reading...
How do you make an already sporty car even more entertaining? Aside from adding a double-shot of extra horsepower under the hood you can do some other stuff, like cutting the roof off. Toyota has taken a giant can opener to the top of its iconic GT86 sportscar to create the FT86 Open Concept. Continue Reading...
The Tokyo Motor Show is host to more than its share of unusual concept vehicles and one of the most intriguing has got to be Nissan BladeGlider. Continue Reading...
Nissan is continuing its push toward marketing a self-driving car, announcing today that it began testing on public roads in Japan. Continue Reading...
Toyota is committed to bringing its hydrogen fuel cell vehicle to the U.S. market by 2015 and when it does there’s a chance that car will be a member of the Prius family. Continue Reading...
For at least the last decade Mitsubishi has been on the ropes in North America, but they’re still formidable in global markets. As a show of force the three-diamond brand revealed three concept vehicles at the Tokyo Motor Show. Continue Reading...
Hummer H2 owners may disagree, but there’s absolutely nothing wrong with driving a small car. Injecting some excitement into this part of the market Honda unleashed a sporty open-top mini model here in Tokyo. Continue Reading...
Honda took the covers off a new production utility vehicle in the Eastern Capital and it’s called the Vezel. It’s a product that promises to blend a variety of vehicular attributes into one right-sized package. Continue Reading...