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Presently, the automaker is talking to an Indian automaker for a possible joint venture.
At present, Asian automakers from Japan and South Korea, such as Toyota Motor and Hyundai are having a dominant space in the U.
automakers will not participate in the Tokyo Motor Show in November, Japanese auto industry officials said Tuesday, amid growing complaints that the "closed" Japanese market is holding back sales of U.
In March, the automaker received 274 billion yen from three Mitsubishi group firms -- Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.
Watts doesn't appear to have had much of a choice in writing Ford as a sort of Peanuts character, vivid in two dimensions but without much depth--ever conscious of his public image, the automaker had long since done it for him.
At this initial stage, the representative non-domestic automaker with concentration on passenger cars (Automaker C) chooses to be perceived indifferent to CAFE debates, even though it has a competitive advantage in fuel efficiency and would have certain advantages if the higher CAFE standards were legislated.
Going forward, automakers will increasingly seek to make up for lackluster sales in a specific market by increasing exports to the rest in the region.
When Renault took its stake in Nissan, industry observers predicted a collision of cultures, particularly because the French automaker did not operate on anything like the global scale of its new partner.
President Hiroyuki Yoshino said Wednesday the company is not in talks with other automakers on entering into capital affiliation arrangements.
You can probably fill in the blank about which automaker is the villain of the moment.
Tesla Motors, a United States-based automaker, is collaborating with BMW AG (Xetra: BMW), a Germany-based automaker, Der Spiegel has reported, citing CEO, Elon Musk.
South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Co is now the greenest automaker in the United States, unseating Honda Motor Co of Japan, based on the latest Automaker Rankings report released by the Union of Concerned Scientists' (UCS).
98 million yen, and Japan's top automaker aims to sell 500 units of the model a month.
One automaker jumping on board the program is General Motors, forming its own science office in the country in late 2004 focusing on hydrogen storage system and fuel development projects.