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Kia will bring its second full-electric global nameplate, the Niro EV crossover, to the U.S. next year.
Kia will bring its second full-electric global nameplate, the Niro EV crossover, to North America next year.
Lexus is dumping the side mirrors for sleek digital cameras on next ES.
Euisun Chung moves a step closer to succeeding his 80-year-old father, Chung Mong-koo, who has presided over Hyundai for two decades, transforming Hyundai into the world's fifth-biggest automaker with affiliate Kia.
Lexus is dropping traditional side mirrors for sleek digital cameras in what it calls an industry-first move to improve safety, visibility and cabin solitude.
Mirrorless cars -- or vehicles that drop old-school glass mirrors in favour of video screens -- have long been proposed by stylists and engineers wanting sleeker looks and improved safety.
Ascent Robotics, founded two years ago with the help of Canadian Fred Almeida, hopes to deliver a Level 4 autonomous vehicle in two years and showcase it at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Ascent Robotics, founded two years ago, hopes to deliver a Level 4 autonomous vehicle in two years and showcase it at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
Toyota plans to gradually restart production in Japan on Tuesday after it suspended almost all auto assembly in its home market following an earthquake.
Denso's aggressive r&d expansion plans signal a comeback of Japan's keiretsu system. New joint ventures aim to leverage Toyota's wider supplier network to confront the upheaval of autonomous driving.
Japan plans to commercialize flying cars as early as the 2020s through a government-backed campaign that already has recruited the likes of Subaru, Uber and Boeing.
Toyota is stopping most of its auto production in Japan as a result of a deadly earthquake in the nation's north. Due to the interruption in its supply chain there, Japan's largest automaker will idle factories beginning Saturday, the company said.
Toyota is teaming with the city of Ann Arbor, Mich., to get a jumpstart on testing the car connectivity system the Japanese carmaker plans to deploy stateside in 2021.
Toyota has completed its biggest study of how occupants of autonomous vehicles might react in crashes. The question matters because people in self-driving cars could need a host of new safety technologies to protect them.
China has emerged as a global incubator for next-generation electrified driving and as a potent Silicon Valley rival. Some call it a boom, others a bubble. To understand the China EV craze, look no further than Byton.
Tariffs come at an inconvenient time for Mitsubishi, but COO Trevor Mann says the Japanese importer will weather a trade storm.
The redesigned Toyota Century is one part ultrapremium status symbol, one part anachronistic holdover from a bygone era.
Mazda reports a 17 percent drop in operating profit in the most recent quarter as rising incentives, foreign exchange rate losses and increased investment in U.S. retail network reforms offset higher sales volume and aggressive cost cutting.
A flooded Honda factory in Mexico will dent sales and earnings results for months to come. The forecast clouded a solid quarterly earnings report.
Mazda's global profit fell but its earnings in Europe increased despite higher spending to comply with new WLTP emissions rules.
Honda reported an 11 per cent increase in operating profit in the most recent quarter as rising sales in North America offset foreign exchange rate losses.
Honda reported an 11 percent increase in companywide quarterly profit as rising sales in North America and aggressive cost-cutting offset foreign exchange rate losses. European profit was up 6 percent.
Two of Toyota's funkiest concepts from the last two CES shows will become reality at the 2020 Olympics.
The auto industry is in a race to fund high-tech startups in search of the Next Big Thing.
Nissan reported a 29 percent decline in operating profit in the most recent quarter as foreign exchange rate losses and rising commodity costs combine with falling sales in the United States and Europe.
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