In an effort to tackle the problem of swinging currency, Honda is looking to cut its Japanese exports in half within the next 10 years—and that means building vehicles locally, including America.
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The perpetual wheels of the rumormill keep churning, but this time they’re electric-powered.
When Toyota introduced the Prius back in 1997, many thought it was the answer to oil prices that continued to swell uncontrollably.
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