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In order to tap the thriving EV market in China, automakers are opting for locally-manufactured, affordable vehicles for buyers.
More than a million chain saws are being recalled because they have a faulty power switch that could fail to shut off the tool. Other recalled consumer products include pottery wheels and playground slides. ...
In its fiscal 2018, the company’s consolidated vehicle sales stood at 8.96 million units, nearly flat with a minor drop of 0.1% compared to the 8.97 million units it sold in fiscal 2017. Now, let’s find out how Toyota’s revenue shaped up in fiscal 2018. Despite its nearly flat consolidated vehicle sales, Toyota reported a handsome increase of 6.5% in its fiscal 2018 global revenue, which stood at 29.4 trillion Japanese yen.
Tesla (TSLA) is likely to halt production for six days at its assembly in Fremont, CA. The shutdown is aimed at addressing production bottlenecks and working on the assembly line.
Yesterday we told you about Honda's production launch of the all-new 2019 Insight in Indiana. That comes after the hybrid spent five years wandering in the automotive wilderness and following a $61.5 million investment to prepare plants in Ohio and Indiana for more electrified vehicles. Today, Honda responded to Autoblog with some comments about its expectations for the resurrected nameplate.
As shoppers continue to flock to crossovers and sport-utility vehicles, Honda Motor Co. is giving them a new choice.
Acura has kicked off production of the all-new 2019 RDX, capping a $54 million investment in new technologies and processes at its plant in East Liberty, Ohio, where the compact crossover will be built. It goes on sale starting in June, though prices are yet to be announced.
Legislation making its way through the California Senate, if passed and signed into law, would require a majority of vehicles in rideshare networks such as Uber's and Lyft's to be electric by the end of the next decade. For more than a decade California has pushed automakers to green their lineups by selling zero-emission vehicles to aid its fight against pollution and greenhouse gases. A bill wending its way through the State Senate would mandate that starting in 2023, 20% of miles traveled by ride-hailing services be in zero-emission vehicles (i.e., electrics), rising to 50% by 2026.
Honda (HMC) begins the production of new 2019 Honda Insight hybrid model at Greensburg, IN facility. The investment is in sync with the strategy to boost the production of its electric vehicles.
Honda has launched production of the 2019 Insight at its plant in Greensburg, Ind., capping $61.5 million the automaker has invested there and at three plants in Ohio to build the all-new hybrid sedan and pave the way for more electrified vehicles.
One of the greatest design challenges in the modern automotive industry is an infotainment system that provides loads of capabilities, but is also easy-to-use and not overly distracting. Touch screens have been leading the way as the favored option, but Acura is trying a new design that relies on a touch pad with some unique tweaks to separate it from similar systems, such as those seen in competing Lexus models. And we got to try it out in the first production application, the 2019 Acura RDX co
Ten American and foreign automakers went to the White House on Friday to push for a weakening of U.S. fuel efficiency standards through 2025, while President Donald Trump used the occasion to launch a fresh attack on the North American Free Trade Agreement that has benefited the companies.
Japan’s carmakers, facing the worst labor shortage in decades, have seen the light: hire more women. The problem is they’re all having the same epiphany at the same time and fighting over the world’s smallest pool of female engineering graduates. The story of Yui Mitsuhashi illustrates the bind.
CHANDLER, Ariz. (AP) — A driver whose sedan collided with a self-driving vehicle owned by Waymo has been cited for running a red light, police in a Phoenix suburb said Saturday.
Police in a Phoenix suburb say a driver whose sedan collided with a self-driving vehicle owned by Waymo has been cited for running a red light. Chandler Police Department spokesman Seth Tyler says that the Waymo-owned Chrysler minivan was in manual mode and slowing for the red light when the collision occurred Friday. Police had said initially that the Waymo minivan was in autonomous mode with a person in the driver's seat.
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For many automakers, new-vehicle sales declined in April due to waning consumer demand and intensified competition.
April sales in the U.S. from Japan’s big three auto makers—Toyota Motor Corp., Nissan Motor Co. and Honda Motor Co.—were down, with Nissan suffering a double-digit drop. The big culprit was the sedan, the bread-and-butter car for the Japanese car makers since they entered the U.S. decades ago. As Americans’ taste shifts toward sport-utility vehicles, Nissan’s U.S. sedan sales fell almost 35% in April from a year earlier, driving an overall decline of 28%.
An increasing number of Americans are opting for more space in their vehicles, which has resulted in a higher demand for SUVs and pickup trucks.
The largest manufacturing plant in the Miami Valley is the Honda Motor Co. engine plant in Shelby County with 2,800 employees.
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