Japan’s carmakers, facing the worst labor shortage in decades, have seen the light: hire more women.
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Infiniti is recharging its attack on BMW and Audi.
Lexus Announces Ultra-Luxury Sports Yacht to Catch Mercedes
Toyota is resurrecting its most iconic sports car to get customers excited about gripping a steering wheel.
Toyota replaces more expensive rare earths as shortage looms.
Toyota's Sony-Loving Design Chief Bets on Buses and Supercars
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A former Toyota Motor Corp. employee builds a watertight electric vehicle that can float in floods.
Japan’s biggest automaker taps Le Mans in to rival Tesla with hybrid sports car
The world’s biggest carmakers are spending billions of dollars to perfect your ability to drive without thinking.
Sales of Toyota’s Mirai, a four-door family sedan powered by hydrogen tanks, have yet to break the 5,000 mark.
Automaker halted some Japan production for about two weeks.