What a fly-by-night union the one Ford and Toyota had was.
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The lure of China, India, and Brazil, and the prospect for new growth, are firmly on the map for the world's second largest automaker.
The leaves are falling, the kids are back to school, and the automotive journalists are sitting at home in their underwear, scraping together the last bits of press releases and pounding away at their laptops before the flurry of activity that you call "winter" and we call "auto show season." How el
Toyota ran away with the Japanese sales crown for May, beating Infiniti and Honda—both of which also enjoyed a lucrative month—by a wide margin.