Report: Alternative Vehicle Technologies in Japan

This report is useful for EU companies seeking to supply technologies, components or software for next generation cars and which want to understand in what directions the Japanese car industry is heading.

In many countries and regions around the world, there is a high pressure to replace the traditional combustion engine with something which is more environmentally friendly. Car manufacturers world wide are trying different solutions. Japanese car manufacturers were very early focusing on hybrid cars, but now the interest is more and more switching over to cars with hydrogen fuel cells. Will this be the future or will there be cars driven by solar panels in the future?

Please go to the EU Business in Japan website, to get the access to this report - If you are already a member of the EU Business in Japan website, please log in and then go to the report - If you are not yet a member, you will first have to register as a member via: http://www.eubusinessinjapan.eu/user/register 

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