Showing posts in the category of Japan

Nissan Launches Nismo Heritage Offering Spare Parts To Firm's Icons

Nissan has announced its new Nismo Heritage program, designed to ensure that the Japanese firm’s most famous models remain on the roads for...

Toyota Warns Kentucky Workers That Japan-Made Camrys Are Cheaper

Toyota warned Kentucky workers building the Camry to cut costs or else, apparently looking for ways to increase the US plant’s efficiency ...

Pink Lamborghini Aventador Turns Heads In Tokyo

We're not quite sure what to make of it, but there seems to be a proliferation of pink Aventadors lately, as we've seen quite a fe...

Would You Pay Nine Grand For A 1990 Toyota Century?

If you consider the first-generation Toyota Century to be a somewhat iconic vehicle, then perhaps owning one makes sense for you.

Driving The Honda NSX, Toyota Supra And Mazda RX-7 Back-To-Back

Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, many of Japan’s leading automakers built world-beating sports cars that were exceptionally fast, bewi...

Nissan Resumes Vehicle Production In Japan

Nissan has resumed vehicle production at five of its factories in Japan following weeks of scandal over improper inspections.

Why U.S. Car Makers Can’t Get A Break In Japan

The Japanese car market has proven to be a really tough place for U.S. manufacturers, who have claimed that protectionist policies keep the...

Trump Tells Japanese Automakers To Build Cars In The U.S.

President Trump has pleaded with Japan to build its vehicles in the United States, perhaps unaware that the country’s leading carmakers alr...

Aston Martin's Latest Dealership Will Be Its Largest

If you had to guess where in the world you'd find the dealership that sells the most Aston Martins, where would it be? London ? Los Ang...

Watch 80 Lamborghinis Roll Through Downtown Tokyo

Japan produces more cars than it consumes domestically, but it also has a big appetite for supercars. And notwithstanding a few notable exc...

Subaru Builds New Tracks In Japan For Autonomous Testing

Subaru has built a pair of new test tracks in Japan, both aimed at helping the automaker develop its driver-assist systems.

Much Like Nissan, Subaru Admits To Improper Inspections In Japan

Subaru has apparently failed to follow proper procedures during inspections conducted on vehicles destined for the domestic market for mor...

Daimler Presents E-Fuso Vision One EV Truck With 350Km Range In Tokyo

Daimler is now looking to put some pressure on Volkswagen's Truck and Bus division by launching a brand new product brand called Mitsu...

2018 BMW 6-Series GT M Sport Debut Edition Is A Japan-Only Limited Model

BMW is celebrating the arrival of the new 6-Series GT by launching a limited edition in Japan.

Nissan Serena e-Power Previewed Before Tokyo Motor Show

Shortly after Nissan unveiled a Nismo variant of the Serena minivan, the Japanese carmaker has revealed a hybrid variant dubbed the Serena...

New Toyota JPN Taxi Ready To Shuttle Fares Under Hybrid LPG Power

Taxis in most places around the world are based on standard production vehicles outfitted for the purpose. But there's a handful of loc...

Japan's Super Formula Championship Reveals Radical New Dallara SF19

Japan's Super Formula series may garner more attention than most national championships, but its machinery is already a few years old. ...

Automaker's Say There's No Safety Issues With Japan's Kobe Steel

On the back of revelations that Japanese steel manufacturer Kobe Steel was falsifying strength data on its parts, a handful of local autom...

Lamborghini Makes Five Special Edition Aventador S Roadsters For Japan

Lamborghini has celebrated its 50th anniversary in Japan by staging the Asian debut of the Aventador S Roadster in the country and introdu...

3D Design Puts Finishing Touches On G30 BMW 5-Series Aero Kit

After teasing us with their take on the new BMW 5-Series a few months back, Japanese tuner 3D Design has finally unveiled their exterior a...