Auto Industry Upheaval

The Japanese government will promote fuel cell vehicles by taking steps to halve the high costs of building and operating hydrogen refueling stations.

Japan to speed growth of hydrogen refueling stations

Wider network needed to encourage adoption of fuel cell vehicles

  • The future of cars: connected, autonomous, shared, electric

    Renault-Nissan highlights industry upheaval as business models transform

  • Range anxiety? Solar electric cars put relief on horizon

    Technology promises months of charge-free driving

  • Interview

    VW's Mueller positions China as springboard to 'electrified future'

    Automaker aims to sell 1.5 million electric cars there in 2025

  • Toyota to plug up to $9m into Japanese AI startup

    Tokyo-based developer licenses algorithms for image recognition, chatbots

  • Exclusive

    Toyota, Mazda collaborating on connected-car software

    Shared system to debut in Camry this summer, Mazdas in fiscal 2018

  • Nissan bucks the tide in electric-car age

    Carmaker raises eyebrows by unloading battery unit to Chinese fund

  • Geely, Volvo deepening tech ties with joint ventures

    Automakers will share environmental innovations, vehicle platforms

  • Mazda to overhaul incentive program for US dealerships

    Focus on customer satisfaction, showroom upgrades to enhance brand

  • Japan automakers reach for 40% American market share

    SUVs seen pulling up Japanese auto sales in U.S.

  • Mitsubishi readies plug-in hybrid SUV for wider footprint

    Tighter emission rules behind push into North America, Eastern Europe

  • Mazda getting head start on new mileage ratings in Japan

    Updated SUV's labeling to better reflect real-world performance

  • Nissan nears sale of battery unit to Chinese fund GSR

    Automaker seeks to cut costs of electric vehicles by outsourcing

  • Mahathir laments Proton sale amid positive sentiment

    Analysts lift targets as Malaysia's national car saga ends

  • Geely underlines global ambitions in wake of Proton deal

    Chinese automaker aims to sell more abroad and eyes developed markets

  • Geely joins China's charge into Asian auto markets

    Newcomers challenge Japan's grip on Southeast Asia

  • Fiat Chrysler sued for emissions cheating, joining growing list

    Tougher standards driving automakers toward electric vehicles

  • Renesas, Great Wall Motor to develop next-gen auto tech

    Japan-China partnership to focus on automated driving, electric vehicles

  • Geely vows to safeguard Proton as Malaysia's 'national car'

    With a 49.9% stake, the Chinese automaker secures production base in Southeast Asia

  • China's Geely acquires 49.9% of Malaysia's Proton

    Chinese automaker gets beachhead in Southeast Asia, stake in Lotus