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BMW is returning to the roadster market and previews the styling with the Concept Z4 -- the automaker's vision of a modern, small and sporty car. The next Z4, due in 2019, features a new lightweight platform and is expected to grow in size.
Toyota's rethink on making the Tacoma in Mexico instead of the Corolla is causing dozens of suppliers to come up with a Plan B.
Bringing the gasoline model Toyota Hilux to the U.S. could assist in balancing the demand for Tacomas.
Building Toyota's new Texas home involved battling a labor shortage and soggy weather with little margin for error to get everything finished on time.
Toyota is forging ahead in all three NAFTA countries at a time when other automakers are sounding more cautious.
As a top global sponsor of the Olympics and the country's flagship automaker, Toyota sees the Tokyo games as a turning point for its image.
Toyota executives say they've consolidated operations from around the country, just in time to confront the disruptive challenges facing the industry.
Toyota, supplier Denso, chipmaker Intel and other technology and auto companies will establish a consortium to create an ecosystem for big data used in connected vehicles.
The delay, from 2019 to early 2020, is necessary to adjust the company's supply chain in Mexico to produce the truck-based Tacoma pickup model instead of the Corolla compact car, Toyota said.
The Justice Department asked a federal judge to dismiss a criminal charge against Toyota after the Japanese automaker completed three years of monitoring as part of a massive legal settlement.
Has Lexus shifted to a more conservative look for the redesigned ES sedan, caught testing in Arizona? Spy photos show the brand's spindle grille significantly reduced in size.
As Toyota and Mazda begin to scour the United States for where to put the first auto assembly plant announced under President Trump, one state looks like a frontrunner: Mississippi.
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