- Reuters•42 minutes ago
Toyota decided to drop diesel engines from its new C-HR compact in the wake of the Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) emissions scandal and would do the same for future model renewals, the carmaker's second-ranking global executive said on Thursday. The Japanese automaker decided "within the last six to 12 months" not to offer a diesel version of the car, unveiled at the Paris auto show, because demand for the powertrain technology is falling sharply, Executive Vice President Didier Leroy told Reuters in an interview. If faced with a renewal decision today for other models up to and including the larger Auris compact, a Toyota staple, "we would probably do the same thing", Leroy added.
- Investor's Business Daily•8 hours ago
Tesla CEO Elon Musk told employees to stick to no discounts amid reports that staff are cutting prices to meet delivery goals.
- American City Business Journals•16 hours ago
The ultra-competitive compact crossover market is about to get more crowded and more competitive. Toyota made a bid to gain sales traction against its main competitors — Ford, Honda, and Nissan — this year by introducing the RAV4 Hybrid. Toyota RAV4 sales are up 15% in 2016, with 33,171 units sold in August alone.
Toyota Motor Corporation (TM)
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