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Subaru has big plans for growth in the U.S. market — as long as Trump's tariffs don't get in the way.
Superficial similarities abound between the latest trade war with China and earlier, mostly failed campaigns against Japan. But striking differences also suggest Trump's gambit might have better leverage.
Newly appointed Subaru President Tomomi Nakamura has unveiled a five-year business plan that aims to boost U.S.
Nissan says it is still committed to cooperating with Daimler after a report it has suspended joint development of a luxury compact car amid an uncertain U.S. market outlook.
The collapse of Nissan's planned sale of its battery business to a Chinese investor is a setback for Nissan. But it also highlights important changes in China.
Mazda and Mitsubishi are banking on ritzier dealerships to help them move upmarket as they struggle to elevate their brand images.
Nissan says it is still committed to cooperating with Daimler following a report it has suspended joint development of a luxury compact car amid an uncertain U.S. market outlook.
Amid persistent speculation about the future of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi Alliance, Chairman Carlos Ghosn told shareholders of Nissan and Mitsubishi that Renault isn't engineering a takeover of its Japanese partners.
To perfect the voluptuous bends and molten-like reflections of Mazda's next-generation design language due to debut next year, Mazda's stylists had to break with tradition.
Byton, the Chinese EV startup that wants to start selling cars stateside from 2020, previewed its first sedan in a futuristic concept car.
Hyundai and Kia are setting up new regional headquarters organizations in North America and Europe in an effort to move decision making closer to the markets and react more quickly to changing trends and customer demand.
Toyota, Nissan, Honda and others are partnering with the country's biggest transmission suppliers to jointly develop next-generation transmission technologies that can be shared among the members.
One of the Nissan Leaf's newest features, the go-cartlike e-Pedal, began life as a performance-enhancing technology prototyped for sporty driving in the Maxima sedan.
Continuing a break with the family look that the South Korean brand cultivated in previous generations of vehicles, Hyundai will soon start rolling out a new design language that gives each model and each segment its own...
China has been the world's biggest auto market since 2009, when it eclipsed the United States. But only recently has it reached a long-anticipated, and in many quarters, long-feared, tipping point.
GAC Motor, angling to become the first homegrown Chinese automaker to export light vehicles to the United States, is re-evaluating those plans after President Donald Trump's threat to level tariffs on imported vehicles.
The Toyota Corolla is actually three different cars on three different platforms globally. But that changes with the introduction of a unified world platform starting this summer.
Japan's richest man, Masayoshi Son, is spending billions to expand his interests from phone services to autonomous vehicles.
Following its 28 percent U.S. sales plunge in April, Nissan promises that the short-term pain will be worth the long-term gain.
Nissan CEO Hiroto Saikawa dismisses reports that his Japanese carmaker is hammering out full integration with longtime alliance partner Renault, saying "There is no fact to the effect that we are negotiating any merger."
As thorny as Genesis' retail rework has been, the U.S. dealer showdown is just one of many trials testing global brand chief Manfred Fitzgerald as he births a luxury brand.
Nissan reported a 12 percent slide in operating profit in the most recent quarter as foreign exchange rate losses, deteriorating sales mix and onetime costs.
Mazda's incoming CEO will focus on strengthening Mazda's dealership network in the United States and making the most of an expanded partnership with Toyota.
Back in its crazy, hazy heyday, the Tokyo Motor Show was the place to be. Even after Japan's economic miracle deflated in the late 1990s, the show sustained much of its allure.
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