This month's snapshot of industry news includes highlights from Honda, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Subaru, and Toyota. We hope you find the information useful.

The Automotive Landscape

Vote on unionization of Canadian Toyota plants delayed
Unifor pushes back a worker vote after Toyota said 7,500 employees would be eligible to join.

Renault-Nissan to increase efficiency with convergence of four operations areas
Engineering, manufacturing and supply chain management, purchasing and HR convergence is now underway.

Confidential documents show Tenn. governor linked VW incentives to UAW rejection
Incentives were reportedly tied to the defeat of a unionization effort.

Toyota Camry, Nissan Altima top midsize segment in March
Toyota sells most in the segment, with Nissan and Honda in second and third.

Getting Ahead

Energy management team at Nissan saves enough to power hundreds of homes for a year
The team earns a prestigious U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 2014 ENERGY STAR award.

Toyota donating $100,000 to help preserve key documents from U.S. history
The documents from the National Archives include President Nixon's resignation letter.

Honda named most trusted brand in Brand Image Awards
Honda also receives nod for "Best Overall Brand" in the 2014 study.

Future Cars

Toyota debuts refreshed Camry at the 2014 New York Auto Show
The new look for the best-selling vehicle in America described as "athletic".

All-new Subaru Outback wagon makes its debut at New York Auto Show
New look for 2015 Outback mirrors the new Legacy rolled out in Chicago.

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The new Fit sports "fling-ability" on par with the popular first-generation model.