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US: Toyota previews new Texas HQ with renderings

US: Toyota previews new Texas HQ with renderings

Toyota, the world’s largest automaker, has decided that its North American unit needs a new headquarters, now being built in Plano, Texas. The endeavor is being kept in the spotlight with new architectural renderings of the campus. The migration to Plano, Texas includes the relocation of around 4,000 employees, as […]

Trouble follows Honda in North America

Trouble follows Honda in North America

Honda does not seem to find any longer in North America the profits it used to make. That being said, it still managed to sell more cars here than anywhere else on the Globe in the fiscal year that has just ended. The Japanese carmaker got its biggest revenues from […]

Honda to make production changes in North America

Honda to make production changes in North America

The third largest Japanese automaker recently announced it had decided to axe its low selling Crosstour full-size crossover and host of other production shuffles affecting the North American region. The Japanese brand finally gave way to the popular belief – reflected in the very low sales – that following BMW’s […]

Nissan chief wants more North American production

Nissan chief wants more North American production

According to Nissan’s chief executive officer, Carlos Ghosn, the second largest Japanese automaker will be unable to continue with the current growth pace unless it adds more production capacity in North America. Ghosn spoke with media representative son the sidelines of the annual New York Auto Show, hinting that in […]

Faurecia announces retirement of North American leader

Faurecia announces retirement of North American leader

According to a statement by the European seating and emissions systems supplier, Mike Heneka will retire from his position of president of Faurecia North America Inc. from March 1. Heneka, who was responsible for a massive expansion strategy in the United States, will be replaced by Mark Stidham, president of […]