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Toyota, Mazda plan EV partnership, possible US plant

TOKYO (AP) — Japanese automakers Toyota Motor Corp. and Mazda Motor Corp. are partnering in electric vehicles with a deal that may lead to...

Slick and small – the way to haul?

The world is heading towards small efficient four cylinder engines, such as Ford’s eco-boost range.  The body most wanted is now small SUV’s such...

Mazda looking for the answer to the fuel supply

A new generation of the Mazda rotary engine will be trialed in a plug-in electric car in Japan from 2013.  This rotary, as...

Special Report: Bright outlook for Thai auto industry

The Thai automobile industry has been growing steadily over the past several months and still seems to continue to prosper. The market segment that...

Another marriage based on need? (Or greed?)

In one fell swoop of the pen, Toyota and BMW just ended their tenure as independent automakers in the world marketplace with the news...

MG to be built in Thailand?

A proposed joint venture between MG’s Chinese owner, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation (SAIC), and the Charoen Pokphand Group, a Thai industrial conglomerate, is looking...

Mazda posts a loss

Despite producing a very popular range of passenger vehicles and the new BT50 pick-up, Mazda (Japan) has posted almost one billion dollar loss...

All Japanese automakers suspend production lines

BANGKOK, 20 October 2011 –Every Thai-based Japanese motor company has decided to suspend their production lines after their factories have been severely hit by...

Safety – now a world-wide campaign

ENCAP, the European body that performs the crash tests on new cars gave more 5 star results this month with the Audi A6,...

Thailand’s vehicle sales continue surging in February

The domestic sale of motor vehicles in Thailand surged by 44.2 percent to 78,039 units in February, with Toyota retaining its predominant market...

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