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

Toyota will move HQ to Texas and jobs to Michigan
North American headquarters will be relocated from California.

Honda surpasses $300 billion in U.S. parts purchased
Record Honda auto production recognized at supplier conference.

DiversityInc names Nissan one of top 25 noteworthy companies
Nissan noted for advances in workforce diversity and community partnerships.

Toyota to back hydrogen fuel stations in California
At least $7.2 million will be provided to FirstElement fuel to help support a market for hydrogen-fuel cell vehicles.

Getting Ahead

U.S. Honda sales up 1.1 percent in April
Honda CR-V sets new sales record as Civic and Accord see gains. selects Acura MDX and RDX as top-rated vehicles
Acura light truck duo and SUV recognized for performance and value.

Subaru unveils new technology as it plans more U.S. capacity
Amid record profits, Subaru introduces new vehicle platform.

Future Cars

Nissan testing world's first self-cleaning car
The automaker say it has developed paint that repels rain, sleet, and standing water.

Honda HR-V compact SUV will launch this winter
The new SUV joins the Honda fit in the automaker's small-vehicle lineup.

Second Nissan 100 percent electric vehicle begins global production 
The e-NV200 begins production in Barcelona.