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Mazda's North American chief said Skyactiv-X will be an "important base engine to add electrification" to the Mazda lineup.
With U.S. sales in decline — and who knows for how long? — is it the right time to add vehicle production capacity?
Alabama won the site search for a 4,000-employee Toyota-Mazda auto plant, and Bill Penney Toyota in Huntsville won the lottery.
The prized $1.6 billion car factory awarded to Alabama by Toyota and Mazda could be an even bigger win than expected, as the site's size leaves plenty of room for future expansions.
Toyota, Mazda said to pick Ala. for joint factory; Reuss: GM raising capacity for crew-cab pickups; Connected-car disconnect; Renault-Nissan-Mitsu to invest in startups; CES update.
Now is the time to invest in plant capacity, say Toyota and Mazda, which plan a new assembly plant in Alabama. It also unlocks capacity to boost light-truck output -- a key goal for both automakers.
Alabama will be the site of a new $1.6 billion Toyota and Mazda auto plant, the companies and state leaders said. The plant, which will employ up to 4,000 people and produce about 300,000 vehicles a year, will be located near Huntsville, Ala.
A roundup of brands, from Maserati to Volkswagen, that will unveil new product at the Detroit auto show.
The decision on where to build the $1.6 billion Toyota-Mazda plant will be the beginning of a wave of automotive investment.
Mazda North American Operations is expanding the duties of its finance chief, Jim Lievois, to include sales, service and marketing.
Mazda sold 289,470 vehicles in the U.S. in 2017, a 2.8 percent decline from the year-earlier period, as the company dialed back on fleet sales.
Some executives spend time on the race track when they can. Here's a look back at three doing just that in 2017.
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