Toyota Motor Corp and Suzuki Motor Corp will take small equity stakes in each other, the Japanese car makers said on Wednesday, as they seek to develop newer technologies and meet sweeping changes upending the global auto industry. Car makers - especially smaller ones like Suzuki - are struggling to meet the breakneck growth of an industry transformed by the rise of electric vehicles (EVs), ride-hailing and autonomous driving. Toyota will pay around 96 billion yen (£742 mill
Suzuki Motor Corp on Monday reported a 46.2% fall in first-quarter operating profit, hurt by lower output at home as it improves its inspection systems, and falling demand in India, its biggest market. Japan's fourth-largest automaker posted an operating profit of 62.7 billion yen (£487 million) for the April-June quarter, down from 116.5 billion yen a year earlier and below a mean forecast of 69.09 billion from eight analysts, according to Refinitiv. Suzuki reaffirmed its forecast fo
Diminutive and hardy, the Jimny is now what the Defender should be.
Each will give the other a boost in India, Europe, Africa.
Design cues are taken straight from the G-Wagen.
Most manufacturers responded with fun souvenirs.
The Sierra Pickup and the Jimny Survive look awesome.
We’ve explored the pantheon of forgotten concept cars and selected some of the models we would have liked to see make the transition to production.
As if we needed another reason to want a Jimny.
You get a car! You get a car! You get a car!
Maybe if we start a petition to wrangle up 1,500 buyers?