AD #2210 – Toyota to Halve Japanese Lineup, California to Allow Driver-Less AV Tests, Lear Creates Intelligent Seat

published 1 year ago by John McElroy

- Toyota to Cut Japanese Lineup in Half - VW Will Invest in Electric Commercial Vehicles - VW to Consolidate Parts Making - California May Allow AV Testing w/o Driver - Lear’s Intu Intelligent Seating - Mitsubishi Develops New Lighting Solution - VTOLs Won’t Get in the Way

On today's show Toyota plants that acts half of its lineup in Japan California proposes new rules to allow companies to tasks of Thomas. It goes without a human and. And Lear creates a new. If that integrates with the car. All that mark Fuhrman right up. Model 93. This is not a line daily the shelf for enthusiasts of the automotive industry. Last week Honda announced its consolidating production of 2 of its plants in Japan to help accommodate Levi's and other new technologies. The company said this would help it keep up with its competition. But we speculated it's eliminating the plant due to the country's shrinking population it is declined by 1000000 people over the last 5 years and that is obviously hurting car sales. And now Reuters reports that Toyota will cut its lineup ...

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