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Common Challenges, Common Future Japanese Auto Manufacturers Contribute to the Competitiveness of Europe’s Motor Industry

2014

June 2014

Japanese Automakers in the EU

About Established in 1967, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. (JAMA) is a non-profit industry association which comprises Japan’s fourteen manufacturers of passenger cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles. JAMA works to support the sound development of the automobile industry, domestically and globally, and to contribute to social and economic welfare. As directions in auto manufacturing increasingly influence the world we live in, JAMA takes its role and mission ever more seriously, on the road to sustainable mobility.

Contents Foreword

3

Production in the European Union

4

Research & Development in the European Union

6

Japanese Automakers’ EU Production versus Imports

8

Japanese Automakers’ Purchases of EU-Made Parts

8

EU-Made Japanese-Brand Exports Worldwide

9

New Investment and Employment in the EU

10

EU-Based Partnership Projects

10

News from Our Members

11

Automotive Ties between Europe and Japan

12

How to Contact JAMA

13

Common Challenges, Common Future

Economic advancement and transport sustainability: The road ahead for EU-Japan collaboration Since the launch of passenger car manufacturing operations in the United Kingdom in 1986, Japanese automakers have, over the ensuing years, made extensive investments in the European Union, based on the principle of building automobiles where significant demand exists. JAMA members conduct their business in Europe as constituent participants in the EU economy to which they contribute. In 2013: - JAMA member companies operated 14 production plants in the EU as well as 16 R&D centres, the latter dedicated to the design of vehicles that meet the specific needs of European users. - Those 14 plants’ annual production totalled 1.38 million vehicles, or more than two-thirds of all Japanese-brand vehicles sold in the EU in 2013, of which 243,415 units were exported globally. - In JAMA members’ European production and R&D operations and in related distribution, sales and other activities, 161,681 people were employed across the EU. - Their purchases of EU-made parts in value terms totalled €12.69 billion. - JAMA members also sought to expand and deepen not only their operational ties with European vehicle manufacturers, but also their ties with those and other EU stakeholders through partnership projects targeting the diffusion of next-generation clean-energy vehicles. JAMA actively supports policies and initiatives promoting sustainable mobility and growth in the automotive sector, both in the EU and in Japan. The European Commission and the government of Japan, as outlined in their respective ‘CARS 2020’ and ‘Next-Generation Vehicle Strategy’ action plans, are addressing priority issues—including CO2 emissions reduction through the wider diffusion of next-generation conventional and alternative-energy vehicles as well as internationally harmonised automotive environmental and safety regulations—which represent common and ambitious challenges not only for the EU and Japan, but also for the global community. To expedite the resolution of such issues, JAMA believes that both technical and economic cooperation between the EU and Japan must be substantially advanced. JAMA therefore advocates the early conclusion of an EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), which would facilitate expanded trade and investment between the EU and Japan and promote employment creation. The bilateral economic growth that can be anticipated through the implementation of such an agreement would also contribute to the growth of the world economy. An early conclusion of the EPA negotiations would, furthermore, help accelerate sustainable growth for the European and Japanese automobile industries amidst rapidly changing global dynamics. More than ever, Japanese automakers are determined to contribute to the advancement of the automobile industry in Europe and to the continued satisfaction of European consumers. This booklet is published annually to provide readers with the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the commitment of JAMA members to the European Union.

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Japanese Automakers in the EU

About Established in 1967, the Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association, Inc. (JAMA) is a non-profit industry association which comprises Japan’s fourteen manufacturers of passenger cars, trucks, buses and motorcycles. JAMA works to support the sound development of the automobile industry, domestically and globally, and to contribute to social and economic welfare. As directions in auto manufacturing increasingly influence the world we live in, JAMA takes its role and mission ever more seriously, on the road to sustainable mobility.

Contents Foreword

3

Production in the European Union

4

Research & Development in the European Union

6

Japanese Automakers’ EU Production versus Imports

8

Japanese Automakers’ Purchases of EU-Made Parts

8

EU-Made Japanese-Brand Exports Worldwide

9

New Investment and Employment in the EU

10

EU-Based Partnership Projects

10

News from Our Members

11

Automotive Ties between Europe and Japan

12

How to Contact JAMA

13

Common Challenges, Common Future

Economic advancement and transport sustainability: The road ahead for EU-Japan collaboration Since the launch of passenger car manufacturing operations in the United Kingdom in 1986, Japanese automakers have, over the ensuing years, made extensive investments in the European Union, based on the principle of building automobiles where significant demand exists. JAMA members conduct their business in Europe as constituent participants in the EU economy to which they contribute. In 2013: - JAMA member companies operated 14 production plants in the EU as well as 16 R&D centres, the latter dedicated to the design of vehicles that meet the specific needs of European users. - Those 14 plants’ annual production totalled 1.38 million vehicles, or more than two-thirds of all Japanese-brand vehicles sold in the EU in 2013, of which 243,415 units were exported globally. - In JAMA members’ European production and R&D operations and in related distribution, sales and other activities, 161,681 people were employed across the EU. - Their purchases of EU-made parts in value terms totalled €12.69 billion. - JAMA members also sought to expand and deepen not only their operational ties with European vehicle manufacturers, but also their ties with those and other EU stakeholders through partnership projects targeting the diffusion of next-generation clean-energy vehicles. JAMA actively supports policies and initiatives promoting sustainable mobility and growth in the automotive sector, both in the EU and in Japan. The European Commission and the government of Japan, as outlined in their respective ‘CARS 2020’ and ‘Next-Generation Vehicle Strategy’ action plans, are addressing priority issues—including CO2 emissions reduction through the wider diffusion of next-generation conventional and alternative-energy vehicles as well as internationally harmonised automotive environmental and safety regulations—which represent common and ambitious challenges not only for the EU and Japan, but also for the global community. To expedite the resolution of such issues, JAMA believes that both technical and economic cooperation between the EU and Japan must be substantially advanced. JAMA therefore advocates the early conclusion of an EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA), which would facilitate expanded trade and investment between the EU and Japan and promote employment creation. The bilateral economic growth that can be anticipated through the implementation of such an agreement would also contribute to the growth of the world economy. An early conclusion of the EPA negotiations would, furthermore, help accelerate sustainable growth for the European and Japanese automobile industries amidst rapidly changing global dynamics. More than ever, Japanese automakers are determined to contribute to the advancement of the automobile industry in Europe and to the continued satisfaction of European consumers. This booklet is published annually to provide readers with the opportunity to deepen their understanding of the commitment of JAMA members to the European Union.

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Production in the European Union

Production Facilities in the European Union

Company

Manufacturer

Location (Start of Operation)

Equity Shares

Products

Units Produced in 2012

Sunderland (1986)

Nissan Europe 100%

Note, Qashqai, Juke, LEAF

Avensis, Auris, Auris Hybrid

Units No. of Produced Employees in 2013

Total Investment (million)

510,572

501,756

7,000

GBP 3,500

109,000

179,000

3,100

UNITED KINGDOM 1 Nissan

Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd.

2 Toyota

3 Toyota

1 3

Toyota Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd.

2 12

5

13

14

9

8

Engines

172,000

203,000

500

Swindon (1992)

Honda Motor Europe 86.32% Honda Motor 13.68%

Civic, CR-V, Jazz Engines

165,606

140,094

3,500

GBP 2,000

Toyota Motor Manufacturing France S.A.S.

Valenciennes (2001)

TME 100%

Yaris, Yaris Hybrid

201,000

192,000

3,600

EUR 1,100

Nissan 99.79%

Primastar, Navara, Pathfinder, NV200, Atleon, Nissan Cabstar Diesel engines, Manual transmissions, Engines, Axle parts

143,145

131,545

5,058

EUR 3,100

Dyna

1,400

1,100

200

EUR 47.2

4,161

3,765

311

EUR 57.9

SPAIN 6 Nissan

Cantabria (1980)

7 Nissan

Barcelona (1983)

Nissan Motor Iberica S.A.

6

Avila (1987)

8 Nissan

7

EUR 3,581

FRANCE 5 Toyota

11

TME 100% Deeside (1992)

Honda of the UK Manufacturing Ltd.

4 Honda

4

Burnaston (1992)

PORTUGAL

10

TME 27% Others 73%

Toyota Caetano Portugal, S.A.

Ovar (1971)

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck Europe S.A.

Tramagal (1996)

Mitsubishi Fuso 100%

Canter

Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd.

Esztergom (1992)

Suzuki 97.5%

Splash, Swift, SX4, SX4 S-Cross

156,070

161,106

3,115

12 Toyota

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Poland Sp.zo.o.

Walbrzych (2002)

TME 94.3% Aisin 5.7%

Transmissions, Engines

436,000 263,000

410,000 220,000

1,700

EUR 515

13 Toyota

Toyota Motor Industries Poland Sp.zo.o.

Jelcz-Laskowice (2005)

TME 60% TIC 40%

Engines

103,000

129,000

800

EUR 256

Kolin (2005)

TMC 50% PSA 50%

Aygo

74,000

69,000

3,200

EUR 640

9 Toyota

Mitsubishi 10 Fuso

HUNGARY

■ Japanese automakers manufacture vehicles and engines in Europe to meet the needs of European consumers. ■ Japanese manufacturers currently operate 14 production facilities in seven EU countries. ■ Japanese automakers manufactured 1.38 million vehicles and employed 32,084 people in their EU production operations in 2013.

11 Suzuki

N/A

POLAND

CZECH REPUBLIC 14 Toyota

Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile Czech, s.r.o.

PSA : PSA Peugeot Citroën T I C : Toyota Industries Corporation TMC: Toyota Motor Corporation TME: Toyota Motor Europe

Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd., Sunderland, United Kingdom

Common Challenges, Common Future

Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd., Esztergom, Hungary

Japanese Auto Manufacturers Contribute to the Competitiveness of Europe’s Motor Industry

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Production in the European Union

Production Facilities in the European Union

Company

Manufacturer

Location (Start of Operation)

Equity Shares

Products

Units Produced in 2012

Sunderland (1986)

Nissan Europe 100%

Note, Qashqai, Juke, LEAF

Avensis, Auris, Auris Hybrid

Units No. of Produced Employees in 2013

Total Investment (million)

510,572

501,756

7,000

GBP 3,500

109,000

179,000

3,100

UNITED KINGDOM 1 Nissan

Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd.

2 Toyota

3 Toyota

1 3

Toyota Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd.

2 12

5

13

14

9

8

Engines

172,000

203,000

500

Swindon (1992)

Honda Motor Europe 86.32% Honda Motor 13.68%

Civic, CR-V, Jazz Engines

165,606

140,094

3,500

GBP 2,000

Toyota Motor Manufacturing France S.A.S.

Valenciennes (2001)

TME 100%

Yaris, Yaris Hybrid

201,000

192,000

3,600

EUR 1,100

Nissan 99.79%

Primastar, Navara, Pathfinder, NV200, Atleon, Nissan Cabstar Diesel engines, Manual transmissions, Engines, Axle parts

143,145

131,545

5,058

EUR 3,100

Dyna

1,400

1,100

200

EUR 47.2

4,161

3,765

311

EUR 57.9

SPAIN 6 Nissan

Cantabria (1980)

7 Nissan

Barcelona (1983)

Nissan Motor Iberica S.A.

6

Avila (1987)

8 Nissan

7

EUR 3,581

FRANCE 5 Toyota

11

TME 100% Deeside (1992)

Honda of the UK Manufacturing Ltd.

4 Honda

4

Burnaston (1992)

PORTUGAL

10

TME 27% Others 73%

Toyota Caetano Portugal, S.A.

Ovar (1971)

Mitsubishi Fuso Truck Europe S.A.

Tramagal (1996)

Mitsubishi Fuso 100%

Canter

Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd.

Esztergom (1992)

Suzuki 97.5%

Splash, Swift, SX4, SX4 S-Cross

156,070

161,106

3,115

12 Toyota

Toyota Motor Manufacturing Poland Sp.zo.o.

Walbrzych (2002)

TME 94.3% Aisin 5.7%

Transmissions, Engines

436,000 263,000

410,000 220,000

1,700

EUR 515

13 Toyota

Toyota Motor Industries Poland Sp.zo.o.

Jelcz-Laskowice (2005)

TME 60% TIC 40%

Engines

103,000

129,000

800

EUR 256

Kolin (2005)

TMC 50% PSA 50%

Aygo

74,000

69,000

3,200

EUR 640

9 Toyota

Mitsubishi 10 Fuso

HUNGARY

■ Japanese automakers manufacture vehicles and engines in Europe to meet the needs of European consumers. ■ Japanese manufacturers currently operate 14 production facilities in seven EU countries. ■ Japanese automakers manufactured 1.38 million vehicles and employed 32,084 people in their EU production operations in 2013.

11 Suzuki

N/A

POLAND

CZECH REPUBLIC 14 Toyota

Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile Czech, s.r.o.

PSA : PSA Peugeot Citroën T I C : Toyota Industries Corporation TMC: Toyota Motor Corporation TME: Toyota Motor Europe

Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd., Sunderland, United Kingdom

Common Challenges, Common Future

Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd., Esztergom, Hungary

Japanese Auto Manufacturers Contribute to the Competitiveness of Europe’s Motor Industry

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Research & Development in the European Union

R&D Facilities in the European Union

Manufacturer

Company

Location

No. of Employees

Current Functions

UNITED KINGDOM 1 Honda

Honda R&D Europe (UK) Ltd.

Swindon

N/A

2 Nissan

Nissan Design Europe Ltd.

London

51

4

3 Nissan

Nissan Technical Centre Europe Ltd.

Cranfield

496

2,3,5,6,7,8,10,11,12

4 Honda

Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) G.m.b.H.

Offenbach

N/A

1,2,3,6,8,12

5 Isuzu

Isuzu Motors Germany G.m.b.H

Gustavsburg

113

2,3,5,8,10,11,12

6 Mazda

Mazda Motor Europe G.m.b.H.

Oberursel

84

2,3.4,5,6,11

7 Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Motor R&D Europe G.m.b.H.

Trebur

50

2,3,4,8,10,11,12

8 Toyota

Toyota Motorsport G.m.b.H.

Köln

250

2,3,9

9 Subaru

Subaru Test & Development Center

Ingelheim am Rhein

8

3,4

Nissan Technical Centre Europe Ltd.

Brühl

9

2,3

Toyota Europe Design Development S.A.R.L.

Nice

40

4,5,6,7,8

1,2,3,5,6,7,8,12

GERMANY

1

3

2

12 13 8 6 14 10 9 4 5 7

10 Nissan FRANCE 11 Toyota BELGIUM

11

15

16

12 Subaru

Subaru Europe NV/SA

Zaventem

41

2,5,8,11,12

13 Toyota

Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA

Zaventem

480

1,2,3,5

14 Nissan

Nissan Technical Centre Europe Ltd.

Brussels

13

15 Nissan

Nissan Technical Centre Europe Ltd.

Madrid

N/A

1,2,3,5,6,7,8,10,11,12

16 Nissan

Nissan Technical Centre Europe Ltd.

Barcelona

272

1,2,3,5,6,7,8,10,11,12

8

SPAIN

■ Japanese automakers conduct R&D and design activities in conjunction with their production operations in Europe. ■ Japanese automakers currently operate 16 R&D and design centres in five EU countries. ■ R&D and design activities in the EU are aimed at meeting the specific needs of the European market. ■ JAMA members' R&D and design activities in the EU employed 2,173 people in 2013.

Key to functions 1: Technical support for procurement of parts for local production 2: Evaluation of parts 3: Evaluation of vehicles 4: Styling and general design 5: Parts design 6: Vehicle design 7: Prototype production 8: Marketing research 9: Development of racing cars 10: Engine application development with vehicle validation 11: Type approval and homologation

Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA, Zaventem, Belgium

Common Challenges, Common Future

Mitsubishi Motor R&D Europe G.m.b.H., Trebur, Germany

12: Field problem investigation

Toyota Europe Design Development S.A.R.L., Nice, France

Japanese Auto Manufacturers Contribute to the Competitiveness of Europe’s Motor Industry

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Research & Development in the European Union

R&D Facilities in the European Union

Manufacturer

Company

Location

No. of Employees

Current Functions

UNITED KINGDOM 1 Honda

Honda R&D Europe (UK) Ltd.

Swindon

N/A

2 Nissan

Nissan Design Europe Ltd.

London

51

4

3 Nissan

Nissan Technical Centre Europe Ltd.

Cranfield

496

2,3,5,6,7,8,10,11,12

4 Honda

Honda R&D Europe (Deutschland) G.m.b.H.

Offenbach

N/A

1,2,3,6,8,12

5 Isuzu

Isuzu Motors Germany G.m.b.H

Gustavsburg

113

2,3,5,8,10,11,12

6 Mazda

Mazda Motor Europe G.m.b.H.

Oberursel

84

2,3.4,5,6,11

7 Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Motor R&D Europe G.m.b.H.

Trebur

50

2,3,4,8,10,11,12

8 Toyota

Toyota Motorsport G.m.b.H.

Köln

250

2,3,9

9 Subaru

Subaru Test & Development Center

Ingelheim am Rhein

8

3,4

Nissan Technical Centre Europe Ltd.

Brühl

9

2,3

Toyota Europe Design Development S.A.R.L.

Nice

40

4,5,6,7,8

1,2,3,5,6,7,8,12

GERMANY

1

3

2

12 13 8 6 14 10 9 4 5 7

10 Nissan FRANCE 11 Toyota BELGIUM

11

15

16

12 Subaru

Subaru Europe NV/SA

Zaventem

41

2,5,8,11,12

13 Toyota

Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA

Zaventem

480

1,2,3,5

14 Nissan

Nissan Technical Centre Europe Ltd.

Brussels

13

15 Nissan

Nissan Technical Centre Europe Ltd.

Madrid

N/A

1,2,3,5,6,7,8,10,11,12

16 Nissan

Nissan Technical Centre Europe Ltd.

Barcelona

272

1,2,3,5,6,7,8,10,11,12

8

SPAIN

■ Japanese automakers conduct R&D and design activities in conjunction with their production operations in Europe. ■ Japanese automakers currently operate 16 R&D and design centres in five EU countries. ■ R&D and design activities in the EU are aimed at meeting the specific needs of the European market. ■ JAMA members' R&D and design activities in the EU employed 2,173 people in 2013.

Key to functions 1: Technical support for procurement of parts for local production 2: Evaluation of parts 3: Evaluation of vehicles 4: Styling and general design 5: Parts design 6: Vehicle design 7: Prototype production 8: Marketing research 9: Development of racing cars 10: Engine application development with vehicle validation 11: Type approval and homologation

Toyota Motor Europe NV/SA, Zaventem, Belgium

Common Challenges, Common Future

Mitsubishi Motor R&D Europe G.m.b.H., Trebur, Germany

12: Field problem investigation

Toyota Europe Design Development S.A.R.L., Nice, France

Japanese Auto Manufacturers Contribute to the Competitiveness of Europe’s Motor Industry

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Japanese Automakers’ EU Production versus Imports (In units)

EU-Made Japanese-Brand Exports Worldwide

■ In 2013,161,681 people were employed through the activities of Japanese automakers in the EU:

(In units)

2,000,000

● ●

1,800,000

New investment and employment activities

1,400,000

200,000

Country

1,200,000

France

1,000,000

Czech Republic

150,000

UK

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

UK

243,415

2004

211,168

94,260 9.73

2013

241,233

56,173

(345,153)

1,379,733 (1,149,241)

241,128

2012

371,576

(380,790) 401,870

1,383,583 (1,153,322)

522,903 (491,360)

2011

EU production

240,505

2010

1,302,277 (1,039,890)

(997,275)

(536,203) 569,793

1,250,226

(855,620)

(512,187) 543,709

2009

50,000

121,713

2008

1,136,145

(743,774) 817,300

1,693,151 (1,306,209)

(858,492) 921,158

2007

100,000

161,920

2006

1,789,875 (1,450,757)

(886,906) 924,831

1,509,402 (1,345,631)

(856,791) 898,980

2005

Note: Bottom figures: EU28; figures in parentheses: EU15.

Spain

227,542

2004

1,369,556 (1,233,887)

(987,299) 1,038,754

200,000

1,296,516 (1,223,844)

800,000

400,000

34,257 directly, with 32,084 in production and 2,173 in R&D. 127,424 indirectly, by headquarters and parts distribution centres as well as in distribution, financial services, and sales.

■ By creating high-skill jobs, Japanese automakers have contributed to the dynamism of the EU economy.

250,000 1,600,000

600,000

New Investment and Employment in the EU

Company

Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile Czech, s.r.o. Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd.

Investment target To start 3-shift operations to meet Yaris demand

Job creation Investment (million) 500

N/A CZK 6,000

Kolin

2014

Joint production of passenger cars

1,400

Sunderland

2014

Production of and R&D activities for Qashqai

N/A

GBP 192 Approx. EUR 130 Approx. GBP 250

Nissan Motor Iberica S.A.

Barcelona

2014

Production of passenger cars

Approx. 4,000

Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd.

Sunderland

2015

Production of compact Infiniti

280

0

2013 Source: JAMA

■ In 2013, EU production by Japanese automakers totalled 1.38 million units, or more than two-thirds of all Japanese-brand vehicles sold in the EU.

■ Of the 1.38 million vehicles made in the EU by Japanese automakers in 2013, 243,415 units were exported worldwide.

■ Since 2004, imports from Japan to the EU have declined significantly.

Honda of the UK Manufacturing Ltd., Swindon, United Kingdom

Company (Billion €)

EU・CIS

14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5

10.21

11.24

13.19

15.12

13.54

9.73

10.96 9.73

11.75

11.77

12.69

4

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Note: Fiscal 2004: EU15; fiscal 2005-2006: EU25; fiscal 2007-2012: EU27; fiscal 2013: EU28.

16 15

Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd., Esztergom, Hungary

EU-Based Partnership Projects (partial listing)

Japanese Automakers’ Purchases of EU-Made Parts

2

2014

Imports from Japan to the EU Source: JAMA

3

Target date

Location

Toyota Motor Manufacturing France S.A.S. Valenciennes

117,300 North America

8,300

Asia

EU

1,500

Africa

Latin America

28,600

14,400

Location(s)

Announced

Project description

Germany

September 2009

This ‘H2 Mobility’ collaborative project aims to prepare for the planned launch of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and establish a hydrogen refuelling station network.

UK

January 2012

This ‘H2 Mobility’ collaborative project aims to evaluate the potential for FCEVs to provide environmental and economic benefits to the UK.

Loughborough, UK

February 2012

Establishment of joint venture company for developing and manufacturing a fuel cell system

City of Grenoble; Grenoble-Alpes Métropole; Cité Lib; Electricité de France

Grenoble-Alpes Métropole, France

March 2013

Nissan

City of Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain

September 2013

This MoU-based partnership with the Barcelona City Council aims to support the deployment of electric vehicles in the city.

Honda Toyota

BMW; Daimler; Hyundai; Hydrogen fuel supply companies; Others

Austria Denmark Germany Italy UK

April 2014

The HyFIVE (Hydrogen For Innovative VEhicles) project aims to demonstrate that hydrogen is a viable option by deploying a total of 110 hydrogen FCEVs and developing hydrogen refuelling stations at several European locations.

European energy companies; Global oil companies; Global automakers; European R&D companies

Honda Nissan Toyota

Three UK government departments; Industry participants from the utility, gas, infrastructure, and global auto manufacturing sectors

Suzuki

Intelligent Energy

Toyota

Middle East

25,200

Partners

Honda Toyota

This collaborative zero-emission, ultra-compact urban electric vehicle car-sharing project aims to address ‘last mile’ transportation needs for those using public transportation.

Oceania

39,200

1 0 Source: JAMA

■ Purchases of EU-made parts by Japanese automakers totalled €12.69 billion in 2013. ■ In their pursuit of maximised global purchasing, JAMA members open their contact points to all potential European suppliers looking for long-term partnerships.

Common Challenges, Common Future

■ Of the 243,415 EU-made Japanese-brand vehicles exported worldwide in 2013, 117,300 units were exported to non-EU countries in Europe and to CIS member countries. Toyota-City of Grenoble, Grenoble-Alpes Métropole, Cité Lib, Electricité de France, France

Nissan-City of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

Japanese Auto Manufacturers Contribute to the Competitiveness of Europe’s Motor Industry

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9

10

Japanese Automakers’ EU Production versus Imports (In units)

EU-Made Japanese-Brand Exports Worldwide

■ In 2013,161,681 people were employed through the activities of Japanese automakers in the EU:

(In units)

2,000,000

● ●

1,800,000

New investment and employment activities

1,400,000

200,000

Country

1,200,000

France

1,000,000

Czech Republic

150,000

UK

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

UK

243,415

2004

211,168

94,260 9.73

2013

241,233

56,173

(345,153)

1,379,733 (1,149,241)

241,128

2012

371,576

(380,790) 401,870

1,383,583 (1,153,322)

522,903 (491,360)

2011

EU production

240,505

2010

1,302,277 (1,039,890)

(997,275)

(536,203) 569,793

1,250,226

(855,620)

(512,187) 543,709

2009

50,000

121,713

2008

1,136,145

(743,774) 817,300

1,693,151 (1,306,209)

(858,492) 921,158

2007

100,000

161,920

2006

1,789,875 (1,450,757)

(886,906) 924,831

1,509,402 (1,345,631)

(856,791) 898,980

2005

Note: Bottom figures: EU28; figures in parentheses: EU15.

Spain

227,542

2004

1,369,556 (1,233,887)

(987,299) 1,038,754

200,000

1,296,516 (1,223,844)

800,000

400,000

34,257 directly, with 32,084 in production and 2,173 in R&D. 127,424 indirectly, by headquarters and parts distribution centres as well as in distribution, financial services, and sales.

■ By creating high-skill jobs, Japanese automakers have contributed to the dynamism of the EU economy.

250,000 1,600,000

600,000

New Investment and Employment in the EU

Company

Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile Czech, s.r.o. Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd.

Investment target To start 3-shift operations to meet Yaris demand

Job creation Investment (million) 500

N/A CZK 6,000

Kolin

2014

Joint production of passenger cars

1,400

Sunderland

2014

Production of and R&D activities for Qashqai

N/A

GBP 192 Approx. EUR 130 Approx. GBP 250

Nissan Motor Iberica S.A.

Barcelona

2014

Production of passenger cars

Approx. 4,000

Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd.

Sunderland

2015

Production of compact Infiniti

280

0

2013 Source: JAMA

■ In 2013, EU production by Japanese automakers totalled 1.38 million units, or more than two-thirds of all Japanese-brand vehicles sold in the EU.

■ Of the 1.38 million vehicles made in the EU by Japanese automakers in 2013, 243,415 units were exported worldwide.

■ Since 2004, imports from Japan to the EU have declined significantly.

Honda of the UK Manufacturing Ltd., Swindon, United Kingdom

Company (Billion €)

EU・CIS

14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5

10.21

11.24

13.19

15.12

13.54

9.73

10.96 9.73

11.75

11.77

12.69

4

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Note: Fiscal 2004: EU15; fiscal 2005-2006: EU25; fiscal 2007-2012: EU27; fiscal 2013: EU28.

16 15

Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd., Esztergom, Hungary

EU-Based Partnership Projects (partial listing)

Japanese Automakers’ Purchases of EU-Made Parts

2

2014

Imports from Japan to the EU Source: JAMA

3

Target date

Location

Toyota Motor Manufacturing France S.A.S. Valenciennes

117,300 North America

8,300

Asia

EU

1,500

Africa

Latin America

28,600

14,400

Location(s)

Announced

Project description

Germany

September 2009

This ‘H2 Mobility’ collaborative project aims to prepare for the planned launch of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and establish a hydrogen refuelling station network.

UK

January 2012

This ‘H2 Mobility’ collaborative project aims to evaluate the potential for FCEVs to provide environmental and economic benefits to the UK.

Loughborough, UK

February 2012

Establishment of joint venture company for developing and manufacturing a fuel cell system

City of Grenoble; Grenoble-Alpes Métropole; Cité Lib; Electricité de France

Grenoble-Alpes Métropole, France

March 2013

Nissan

City of Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain

September 2013

This MoU-based partnership with the Barcelona City Council aims to support the deployment of electric vehicles in the city.

Honda Toyota

BMW; Daimler; Hyundai; Hydrogen fuel supply companies; Others

Austria Denmark Germany Italy UK

April 2014

The HyFIVE (Hydrogen For Innovative VEhicles) project aims to demonstrate that hydrogen is a viable option by deploying a total of 110 hydrogen FCEVs and developing hydrogen refuelling stations at several European locations.

European energy companies; Global oil companies; Global automakers; European R&D companies

Honda Nissan Toyota

Three UK government departments; Industry participants from the utility, gas, infrastructure, and global auto manufacturing sectors

Suzuki

Intelligent Energy

Toyota

Middle East

25,200

Partners

Honda Toyota

This collaborative zero-emission, ultra-compact urban electric vehicle car-sharing project aims to address ‘last mile’ transportation needs for those using public transportation.

Oceania

39,200

1 0 Source: JAMA

■ Purchases of EU-made parts by Japanese automakers totalled €12.69 billion in 2013. ■ In their pursuit of maximised global purchasing, JAMA members open their contact points to all potential European suppliers looking for long-term partnerships.

Common Challenges, Common Future

■ Of the 243,415 EU-made Japanese-brand vehicles exported worldwide in 2013, 117,300 units were exported to non-EU countries in Europe and to CIS member countries. Toyota-City of Grenoble, Grenoble-Alpes Métropole, Cité Lib, Electricité de France, France

Nissan-City of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

Japanese Auto Manufacturers Contribute to the Competitiveness of Europe’s Motor Industry

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9

10

Japanese Automakers’ EU Production versus Imports (In units)

EU-Made Japanese-Brand Exports Worldwide

■ In 2013,161,681 people were employed through the activities of Japanese automakers in the EU:

(In units)

2,000,000

● ●

1,800,000

New investment and employment activities

1,400,000

200,000

Country

1,200,000

France

1,000,000

Czech Republic

150,000

UK

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

UK

243,415

2004

211,168

94,260 9.73

2013

241,233

56,173

(345,153)

1,379,733 (1,149,241)

241,128

2012

371,576

(380,790) 401,870

1,383,583 (1,153,322)

522,903 (491,360)

2011

EU production

240,505

2010

1,302,277 (1,039,890)

(997,275)

(536,203) 569,793

1,250,226

(855,620)

(512,187) 543,709

2009

50,000

121,713

2008

1,136,145

(743,774) 817,300

1,693,151 (1,306,209)

(858,492) 921,158

2007

100,000

161,920

2006

1,789,875 (1,450,757)

(886,906) 924,831

1,509,402 (1,345,631)

(856,791) 898,980

2005

Note: Bottom figures: EU28; figures in parentheses: EU15.

Spain

227,542

2004

1,369,556 (1,233,887)

(987,299) 1,038,754

200,000

1,296,516 (1,223,844)

800,000

400,000

34,257 directly, with 32,084 in production and 2,173 in R&D. 127,424 indirectly, by headquarters and parts distribution centres as well as in distribution, financial services, and sales.

■ By creating high-skill jobs, Japanese automakers have contributed to the dynamism of the EU economy.

250,000 1,600,000

600,000

New Investment and Employment in the EU

Company

Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile Czech, s.r.o. Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd.

Investment target To start 3-shift operations to meet Yaris demand

Job creation Investment (million) 500

N/A CZK 6,000

Kolin

2014

Joint production of passenger cars

1,400

Sunderland

2014

Production of and R&D activities for Qashqai

N/A

GBP 192 Approx. EUR 130 Approx. GBP 250

Nissan Motor Iberica S.A.

Barcelona

2014

Production of passenger cars

Approx. 4,000

Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Ltd.

Sunderland

2015

Production of compact Infiniti

280

0

2013 Source: JAMA

■ In 2013, EU production by Japanese automakers totalled 1.38 million units, or more than two-thirds of all Japanese-brand vehicles sold in the EU.

■ Of the 1.38 million vehicles made in the EU by Japanese automakers in 2013, 243,415 units were exported worldwide.

■ Since 2004, imports from Japan to the EU have declined significantly.

Honda of the UK Manufacturing Ltd., Swindon, United Kingdom

Company (Billion €)

EU・CIS

14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5

10.21

11.24

13.19

15.12

13.54

9.73

10.96 9.73

11.75

11.77

12.69

4

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

Note: Fiscal 2004: EU15; fiscal 2005-2006: EU25; fiscal 2007-2012: EU27; fiscal 2013: EU28.

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Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd., Esztergom, Hungary

EU-Based Partnership Projects (partial listing)

Japanese Automakers’ Purchases of EU-Made Parts

2

2014

Imports from Japan to the EU Source: JAMA

3

Target date

Location

Toyota Motor Manufacturing France S.A.S. Valenciennes

117,300 North America

8,300

Asia

EU

1,500

Africa

Latin America

28,600

14,400

Location(s)

Announced

Project description

Germany

September 2009

This ‘H2 Mobility’ collaborative project aims to prepare for the planned launch of fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs) and establish a hydrogen refuelling station network.

UK

January 2012

This ‘H2 Mobility’ collaborative project aims to evaluate the potential for FCEVs to provide environmental and economic benefits to the UK.

Loughborough, UK

February 2012

Establishment of joint venture company for developing and manufacturing a fuel cell system

City of Grenoble; Grenoble-Alpes Métropole; Cité Lib; Electricité de France

Grenoble-Alpes Métropole, France

March 2013

Nissan

City of Barcelona

Barcelona, Spain

September 2013

This MoU-based partnership with the Barcelona City Council aims to support the deployment of electric vehicles in the city.

Honda Toyota

BMW; Daimler; Hyundai; Hydrogen fuel supply companies; Others

Austria Denmark Germany Italy UK

April 2014

The HyFIVE (Hydrogen For Innovative VEhicles) project aims to demonstrate that hydrogen is a viable option by deploying a total of 110 hydrogen FCEVs and developing hydrogen refuelling stations at several European locations.

European energy companies; Global oil companies; Global automakers; European R&D companies

Honda Nissan Toyota

Three UK government departments; Industry participants from the utility, gas, infrastructure, and global auto manufacturing sectors

Suzuki

Intelligent Energy

Toyota

Middle East

25,200

Partners

Honda Toyota

This collaborative zero-emission, ultra-compact urban electric vehicle car-sharing project aims to address ‘last mile’ transportation needs for those using public transportation.

Oceania

39,200

1 0 Source: JAMA

■ Purchases of EU-made parts by Japanese automakers totalled €12.69 billion in 2013. ■ In their pursuit of maximised global purchasing, JAMA members open their contact points to all potential European suppliers looking for long-term partnerships.

Common Challenges, Common Future

■ Of the 243,415 EU-made Japanese-brand vehicles exported worldwide in 2013, 117,300 units were exported to non-EU countries in Europe and to CIS member countries. Toyota-City of Grenoble, Grenoble-Alpes Métropole, Cité Lib, Electricité de France, France

Nissan-City of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain

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How to Contact JAMA

Automotive Ties between Europe and Japan

Honda Unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Honda’s EU-built CR-V, the latest Honda model to feature the new 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel engine, offers both performance and low CO 2 emissions (119 g/km). From the solid foundations of the Civic 5-door, meanwhile, the new Civic Tourer was specifically designed and developed by Honda’s European R&D team to meet the requirements of European customers and European driving conditions.

Head Office Jidosha Kaikan, 1-30, Shiba Daimon 1-chome Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0012 Japan Tel: +81 3 5405-6126 Fax: +81 3 5405-6136 http://www.jama.or.jp

Japan

EU

Caterham (UK)

Mazda

Subaru

GM Europe

Mazda The 2014 Geneva Motor Show saw the unveiling of Mazda’s Hazumi next-generation subcompact concept car. This marked the world premiere of Mazda’s compact, lightweight SKYACTIV-D 1.5-litre clean diesel engine which, like the bigger SKYACTIV-D 2.2, was designed for ultra-efficient internal combustion, fulfilling stringent Euro 6 requirements without the use of NOx-trap or selective catalytic reduction after-treatment systems.

Supply of finished vehicles (from 2015)

Supply of engines and transmissions Supply of finished vehicles jointly developed in the EU

Supplyofofdiesel diesel Supply engine spare parts

Cooperative sales ties in the Japanese market

Supply of diesel engines

Fiat (Italy)

Porsche (Germany)

Isuzu

Suzuki

Mitsubishi With a clear emphasis on design and driving per formance as well as low environmental impact, Mitsubishi’s Concept XR-PHEV, which was on display at the 2014 Geneva M otor Show, is a nex t- generation, coupé-like compact crossover using an FF-layout PHEV system with a 1.1-litre turbocharged MIVEC petrol engine, a lightweight, compact and high-efficiency motor, and a high-capacity battery.

Nissan Launched in early 2014 at Nissan’s Sunderland (UK) plant, the all-new Qashqai followed closely on the start of production there of the new Note and 100% electric LEAF. With the arrival of Nissan’s premium Infiniti brand and the Q30’s production launch in 2015, the plant, which unrolled over one million cars over the past two years and now employs 7,000 people, will produce five models over three shifts operating 24 hours a day.

Supply of finished vehicles jointly developed in the EU

Renault (France)

Lotus (UK)

Joint development of a fuel cell system, sports vehicle, lightweight technology, and post-lithium-ion battery technology

Toyota After the European debut of its FCV concept at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Toyota — a pioneer in the development of hydrogen-powered vehicles—is aiming to introduce an affordable, sedan-type fuel cell vehicle in Japan, the US and Europe around 2015. The vehicle will match the performance of conventional internal-combustion-engine vehicles, with a travel range per charge of at least 500 km and a refuelling time as short as three minutes.

Daimler (Germany)

Supply of engines

Mitsubishi

Supply of finished vehicles and EV powertrain component

DAIHATSU MOTOR CO., LTD. 1-1, Daihatsu-cho, Ikeda, Osaka 563-8651 Tel: +81 (72) 751-8811 http://www.daihatsu.com/

ISUZU MOTORS LIMITED 26-1, Minami-Oi 6-chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-8722 Tel: +81 (3) 5471-1141 http://www.isuzu.co.jp/

MITSUBISHI FUSO TRUCK & BUS CORPORATION 1-1-2, Kahimada, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa 212-0058 Tel: +81 (44) 330-7700 http://www.mitsubishi-fuso.com

UD TRUCKS CORPORATION 1-1, Ageo, Saitama 362-8523 Tel: +81 (48) 781-2301 http://www.udtrucks.co.jp/ http://www.udtrucks.com/

FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD. Subaru Bldg, 7-2, Nishi-Shinjuku 1-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8316 Tel: +81 (3) 3347-2111 http://www.fhi.co.jp/

KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD. Kobe Crystal Tower, 1-3, Higashi Kawasaki-cho 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo 650-8680 Tel: +81 (78) 371-9530 http://www.khi.co.jp/

NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD. 1-1, Takashima 1-chome, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-8686 Tel: +81 (45) 523-5523 http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/index.html

YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD. 2500, Shingai, Iwata, Shizuoka 438-8501 Tel: +81 (538) 32-1115 http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/

HINO MOTORS, LTD. 1-1, Hinodai 3-chome, Hino, Tokyo 191-8660 Tel: +81 (42) 586-5111 http://www.hino.co.jp/

MAZDA MOTOR CORPORATION 3-1, Shinchi, Fuchu-cho, Aki-gun, Hiroshima 730-8670 Tel: +81 (82) 282-1111 http://www.mazda.co.jp/

SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION 300, Takatsuka-cho, Minami-ku, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 432-8611 Tel: +81 (53) 440-2061 http://www.globalsuzuki.com/

HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD. 1-1, Minami-Aoyama 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8556 Tel: +81 (3) 3423-1111 http://www.honda.co.jp/

MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION 33-8, Shiba 5-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8410 Tel: +81 (3) 3456-1111 http://www.mitsubishi-motors.co.jp/

TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION 1, Toyota-cho, Toyota, Aichi 471-8571 Tel: +81 (565) 28-2121 http://www.toyota-global.com/

85% equity stake 89%

Mitsubishi Fuso

Supply of diesel engines

3.1% equity stake

AB Volvo (Sweden)

100% equity stake

Special Friend

Supply of finished vehicles

Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile Czech (Czech Republic)

Unit 1001B, Level 10, China World Tower 2 No.1 Jian Guo Men Wai Avenue Beijing 100004 China Tel: +86 10 6505-0030 Fax: +86 10 6505-5856

3.1% equity stake

Supply of engines and transaxles

50% equity stake

Beijing Office

1050 17th Street, N.W., Suite 410 Washington, D.C. 20036-5518, U.S.A. Tel: +1 202 296-8537 Fax: +1 202 872-1212 http://www.jama.org

Nissan

1.55% equity stake

Toyota

North American Office

1.55% equity stake

Suzuki With Hungary’s Prime Minister Dr Viktor Orbán, Japanese Ambassador Tadamichi Yamamoto, and Suzuki Chairman and CEO Osamu Suzuki in attendance, a ceremony was held in September 2013 for the brand-new SX4 S-Cross C-segment crossover as it rolled off the line at Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd. The car is supplied throughout Europe and exported to Asia, Oceania, the Middle East and Latin America as a ‘world strategic model’.

GB Building, 9th Floor, #09-03/04 143 Cecil Street Singapore 069542 Tel: +65 62 21-5057 Fax: +65 62 21-5072

www.jama-english.jp

15% equity stake Supply of diesel engines (from 2014)

Singapore Office

Avenue Louise/Louizalaan 287 1050 Brussels, Belgium Tel: +32 2 639-1430 Fax: +32 2 647-5754

Please visit us at:

Supply of diesel engine spare parts  43.4% equity stake

BMW (Germany)

European Office

50% equity stake

PSA Peugeot Citroën (France)

UD Trucks

GENERAL MOTORS JAPAN, LTD. 12-8, Higashi-Shinagawa 4-chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-8687 Tel: +81 (3) 6711-5700 http://www.gmjapan.co.jp/

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Honda Unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Honda’s EU-built CR-V, the latest Honda model to feature the new 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel engine, offers both performance and low CO 2 emissions (119 g/km). From the solid foundations of the Civic 5-door, meanwhile, the new Civic Tourer was specifically designed and developed by Honda’s European R&D team to meet the requirements of European customers and European driving conditions.

Head Office Jidosha Kaikan, 1-30, Shiba Daimon 1-chome Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0012 Japan Tel: +81 3 5405-6126 Fax: +81 3 5405-6136 http://www.jama.or.jp

Japan

EU

Caterham (UK)

Mazda

Subaru

GM Europe

Mazda The 2014 Geneva Motor Show saw the unveiling of Mazda’s Hazumi next-generation subcompact concept car. This marked the world premiere of Mazda’s compact, lightweight SKYACTIV-D 1.5-litre clean diesel engine which, like the bigger SKYACTIV-D 2.2, was designed for ultra-efficient internal combustion, fulfilling stringent Euro 6 requirements without the use of NOx-trap or selective catalytic reduction after-treatment systems.

Supply of finished vehicles (from 2015)

Supply of engines and transmissions Supply of finished vehicles jointly developed in the EU

Supplyofofdiesel diesel Supply engine spare parts

Cooperative sales ties in the Japanese market

Supply of diesel engines

Fiat (Italy)

Porsche (Germany)

Isuzu

Suzuki

Mitsubishi With a clear emphasis on design and driving per formance as well as low environmental impact, Mitsubishi’s Concept XR-PHEV, which was on display at the 2014 Geneva M otor Show, is a nex t- generation, coupé-like compact crossover using an FF-layout PHEV system with a 1.1-litre turbocharged MIVEC petrol engine, a lightweight, compact and high-efficiency motor, and a high-capacity battery.

Nissan Launched in early 2014 at Nissan’s Sunderland (UK) plant, the all-new Qashqai followed closely on the start of production there of the new Note and 100% electric LEAF. With the arrival of Nissan’s premium Infiniti brand and the Q30’s production launch in 2015, the plant, which unrolled over one million cars over the past two years and now employs 7,000 people, will produce five models over three shifts operating 24 hours a day.

Supply of finished vehicles jointly developed in the EU

Renault (France)

Lotus (UK)

Joint development of a fuel cell system, sports vehicle, lightweight technology, and post-lithium-ion battery technology

Toyota After the European debut of its FCV concept at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Toyota — a pioneer in the development of hydrogen-powered vehicles—is aiming to introduce an affordable, sedan-type fuel cell vehicle in Japan, the US and Europe around 2015. The vehicle will match the performance of conventional internal-combustion-engine vehicles, with a travel range per charge of at least 500 km and a refuelling time as short as three minutes.

Daimler (Germany)

Supply of engines

Mitsubishi

Supply of finished vehicles and EV powertrain component

DAIHATSU MOTOR CO., LTD. 1-1, Daihatsu-cho, Ikeda, Osaka 563-8651 Tel: +81 (72) 751-8811 http://www.daihatsu.com/

ISUZU MOTORS LIMITED 26-1, Minami-Oi 6-chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-8722 Tel: +81 (3) 5471-1141 http://www.isuzu.co.jp/

MITSUBISHI FUSO TRUCK & BUS CORPORATION 1-1-2, Kahimada, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa 212-0058 Tel: +81 (44) 330-7700 http://www.mitsubishi-fuso.com

UD TRUCKS CORPORATION 1-1, Ageo, Saitama 362-8523 Tel: +81 (48) 781-2301 http://www.udtrucks.co.jp/ http://www.udtrucks.com/

FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD. Subaru Bldg, 7-2, Nishi-Shinjuku 1-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8316 Tel: +81 (3) 3347-2111 http://www.fhi.co.jp/

KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD. Kobe Crystal Tower, 1-3, Higashi Kawasaki-cho 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo 650-8680 Tel: +81 (78) 371-9530 http://www.khi.co.jp/

NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD. 1-1, Takashima 1-chome, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-8686 Tel: +81 (45) 523-5523 http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/index.html

YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD. 2500, Shingai, Iwata, Shizuoka 438-8501 Tel: +81 (538) 32-1115 http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/

HINO MOTORS, LTD. 1-1, Hinodai 3-chome, Hino, Tokyo 191-8660 Tel: +81 (42) 586-5111 http://www.hino.co.jp/

MAZDA MOTOR CORPORATION 3-1, Shinchi, Fuchu-cho, Aki-gun, Hiroshima 730-8670 Tel: +81 (82) 282-1111 http://www.mazda.co.jp/

SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION 300, Takatsuka-cho, Minami-ku, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 432-8611 Tel: +81 (53) 440-2061 http://www.globalsuzuki.com/

HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD. 1-1, Minami-Aoyama 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8556 Tel: +81 (3) 3423-1111 http://www.honda.co.jp/

MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION 33-8, Shiba 5-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8410 Tel: +81 (3) 3456-1111 http://www.mitsubishi-motors.co.jp/

TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION 1, Toyota-cho, Toyota, Aichi 471-8571 Tel: +81 (565) 28-2121 http://www.toyota-global.com/

85% equity stake 89%

Mitsubishi Fuso

Supply of diesel engines

3.1% equity stake

AB Volvo (Sweden)

100% equity stake

Special Friend

Supply of finished vehicles

Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile Czech (Czech Republic)

Unit 1001B, Level 10, China World Tower 2 No.1 Jian Guo Men Wai Avenue Beijing 100004 China Tel: +86 10 6505-0030 Fax: +86 10 6505-5856

3.1% equity stake

Supply of engines and transaxles

50% equity stake

Beijing Office

1050 17th Street, N.W., Suite 410 Washington, D.C. 20036-5518, U.S.A. Tel: +1 202 296-8537 Fax: +1 202 872-1212 http://www.jama.org

Nissan

1.55% equity stake

Toyota

North American Office

1.55% equity stake

Suzuki With Hungary’s Prime Minister Dr Viktor Orbán, Japanese Ambassador Tadamichi Yamamoto, and Suzuki Chairman and CEO Osamu Suzuki in attendance, a ceremony was held in September 2013 for the brand-new SX4 S-Cross C-segment crossover as it rolled off the line at Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd. The car is supplied throughout Europe and exported to Asia, Oceania, the Middle East and Latin America as a ‘world strategic model’.

GB Building, 9th Floor, #09-03/04 143 Cecil Street Singapore 069542 Tel: +65 62 21-5057 Fax: +65 62 21-5072

www.jama-english.jp

15% equity stake Supply of diesel engines (from 2014)

Singapore Office

Avenue Louise/Louizalaan 287 1050 Brussels, Belgium Tel: +32 2 639-1430 Fax: +32 2 647-5754

Please visit us at:

Supply of diesel engine spare parts  43.4% equity stake

BMW (Germany)

European Office

50% equity stake

PSA Peugeot Citroën (France)

UD Trucks

GENERAL MOTORS JAPAN, LTD. 12-8, Higashi-Shinagawa 4-chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-8687 Tel: +81 (3) 6711-5700 http://www.gmjapan.co.jp/

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How to Contact JAMA

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Honda Unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Honda’s EU-built CR-V, the latest Honda model to feature the new 1.6-litre i-DTEC diesel engine, offers both performance and low CO 2 emissions (119 g/km). From the solid foundations of the Civic 5-door, meanwhile, the new Civic Tourer was specifically designed and developed by Honda’s European R&D team to meet the requirements of European customers and European driving conditions.

Head Office Jidosha Kaikan, 1-30, Shiba Daimon 1-chome Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0012 Japan Tel: +81 3 5405-6126 Fax: +81 3 5405-6136 http://www.jama.or.jp

Japan

EU

Caterham (UK)

Mazda

Subaru

GM Europe

Mazda The 2014 Geneva Motor Show saw the unveiling of Mazda’s Hazumi next-generation subcompact concept car. This marked the world premiere of Mazda’s compact, lightweight SKYACTIV-D 1.5-litre clean diesel engine which, like the bigger SKYACTIV-D 2.2, was designed for ultra-efficient internal combustion, fulfilling stringent Euro 6 requirements without the use of NOx-trap or selective catalytic reduction after-treatment systems.

Supply of finished vehicles (from 2015)

Supply of engines and transmissions Supply of finished vehicles jointly developed in the EU

Supplyofofdiesel diesel Supply engine spare parts

Cooperative sales ties in the Japanese market

Supply of diesel engines

Fiat (Italy)

Porsche (Germany)

Isuzu

Suzuki

Mitsubishi With a clear emphasis on design and driving per formance as well as low environmental impact, Mitsubishi’s Concept XR-PHEV, which was on display at the 2014 Geneva M otor Show, is a nex t- generation, coupé-like compact crossover using an FF-layout PHEV system with a 1.1-litre turbocharged MIVEC petrol engine, a lightweight, compact and high-efficiency motor, and a high-capacity battery.

Nissan Launched in early 2014 at Nissan’s Sunderland (UK) plant, the all-new Qashqai followed closely on the start of production there of the new Note and 100% electric LEAF. With the arrival of Nissan’s premium Infiniti brand and the Q30’s production launch in 2015, the plant, which unrolled over one million cars over the past two years and now employs 7,000 people, will produce five models over three shifts operating 24 hours a day.

Supply of finished vehicles jointly developed in the EU

Renault (France)

Lotus (UK)

Joint development of a fuel cell system, sports vehicle, lightweight technology, and post-lithium-ion battery technology

Toyota After the European debut of its FCV concept at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, Toyota — a pioneer in the development of hydrogen-powered vehicles—is aiming to introduce an affordable, sedan-type fuel cell vehicle in Japan, the US and Europe around 2015. The vehicle will match the performance of conventional internal-combustion-engine vehicles, with a travel range per charge of at least 500 km and a refuelling time as short as three minutes.

Daimler (Germany)

Supply of engines

Mitsubishi

Supply of finished vehicles and EV powertrain component

DAIHATSU MOTOR CO., LTD. 1-1, Daihatsu-cho, Ikeda, Osaka 563-8651 Tel: +81 (72) 751-8811 http://www.daihatsu.com/

ISUZU MOTORS LIMITED 26-1, Minami-Oi 6-chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-8722 Tel: +81 (3) 5471-1141 http://www.isuzu.co.jp/

MITSUBISHI FUSO TRUCK & BUS CORPORATION 1-1-2, Kahimada, Saiwai-ku, Kawasaki, Kanagawa 212-0058 Tel: +81 (44) 330-7700 http://www.mitsubishi-fuso.com

UD TRUCKS CORPORATION 1-1, Ageo, Saitama 362-8523 Tel: +81 (48) 781-2301 http://www.udtrucks.co.jp/ http://www.udtrucks.com/

FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD. Subaru Bldg, 7-2, Nishi-Shinjuku 1-chome, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8316 Tel: +81 (3) 3347-2111 http://www.fhi.co.jp/

KAWASAKI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD. Kobe Crystal Tower, 1-3, Higashi Kawasaki-cho 1-chome, Chuo-ku, Kobe, Hyogo 650-8680 Tel: +81 (78) 371-9530 http://www.khi.co.jp/

NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD. 1-1, Takashima 1-chome, Nishi-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa 220-8686 Tel: +81 (45) 523-5523 http://www.nissan-global.com/EN/index.html

YAMAHA MOTOR CO., LTD. 2500, Shingai, Iwata, Shizuoka 438-8501 Tel: +81 (538) 32-1115 http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/

HINO MOTORS, LTD. 1-1, Hinodai 3-chome, Hino, Tokyo 191-8660 Tel: +81 (42) 586-5111 http://www.hino.co.jp/

MAZDA MOTOR CORPORATION 3-1, Shinchi, Fuchu-cho, Aki-gun, Hiroshima 730-8670 Tel: +81 (82) 282-1111 http://www.mazda.co.jp/

SUZUKI MOTOR CORPORATION 300, Takatsuka-cho, Minami-ku, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka 432-8611 Tel: +81 (53) 440-2061 http://www.globalsuzuki.com/

HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD. 1-1, Minami-Aoyama 2-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8556 Tel: +81 (3) 3423-1111 http://www.honda.co.jp/

MITSUBISHI MOTORS CORPORATION 33-8, Shiba 5-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8410 Tel: +81 (3) 3456-1111 http://www.mitsubishi-motors.co.jp/

TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION 1, Toyota-cho, Toyota, Aichi 471-8571 Tel: +81 (565) 28-2121 http://www.toyota-global.com/

85% equity stake 89%

Mitsubishi Fuso

Supply of diesel engines

3.1% equity stake

AB Volvo (Sweden)

100% equity stake

Special Friend

Supply of finished vehicles

Toyota Peugeot Citroën Automobile Czech (Czech Republic)

Unit 1001B, Level 10, China World Tower 2 No.1 Jian Guo Men Wai Avenue Beijing 100004 China Tel: +86 10 6505-0030 Fax: +86 10 6505-5856

3.1% equity stake

Supply of engines and transaxles

50% equity stake

Beijing Office

1050 17th Street, N.W., Suite 410 Washington, D.C. 20036-5518, U.S.A. Tel: +1 202 296-8537 Fax: +1 202 872-1212 http://www.jama.org

Nissan

1.55% equity stake

Toyota

North American Office

1.55% equity stake

Suzuki With Hungary’s Prime Minister Dr Viktor Orbán, Japanese Ambassador Tadamichi Yamamoto, and Suzuki Chairman and CEO Osamu Suzuki in attendance, a ceremony was held in September 2013 for the brand-new SX4 S-Cross C-segment crossover as it rolled off the line at Magyar Suzuki Corporation Ltd. The car is supplied throughout Europe and exported to Asia, Oceania, the Middle East and Latin America as a ‘world strategic model’.

GB Building, 9th Floor, #09-03/04 143 Cecil Street Singapore 069542 Tel: +65 62 21-5057 Fax: +65 62 21-5072

www.jama-english.jp

15% equity stake Supply of diesel engines (from 2014)

Singapore Office

Avenue Louise/Louizalaan 287 1050 Brussels, Belgium Tel: +32 2 639-1430 Fax: +32 2 647-5754

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Supply of diesel engine spare parts  43.4% equity stake

BMW (Germany)

European Office

50% equity stake

PSA Peugeot Citroën (France)

UD Trucks

GENERAL MOTORS JAPAN, LTD. 12-8, Higashi-Shinagawa 4-chome, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-8687 Tel: +81 (3) 6711-5700 http://www.gmjapan.co.jp/

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