Toyota Motor Corp.’s bet is that hybrid cars will dominate new-energy vehicles until at least the end of the next decade.
The only person in a kimono at a recent Japanese government meeting on flying cars was Kotaro Chiba.
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In the Corolla, Toyota has the best-selling car of all time.
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.
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Toyota is resurrecting its most iconic sports car to get customers excited about gripping a steering wheel.