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

Subaru Viziv GT Vision Gran Turismo unveiled 
The latest addition to the growing roster of Vision Gran Turismo concepts for GT6.

Mitsubishi poised for big sales gains in North America in this fiscal year
The company expects to hit its sales target of 20 percent over last year

Nissan restores 1996 Maxima made infamous in Craigslist ad
After a filmmaker made a humorous viral video, the automaker bought and restored the vehicle

Getting Ahead

Mitsubishi planning an injection of fresh product 
The Outlander PHEV plug-in hybrid crossover may arrive as early as next year

Honda to help developers build better auto apps
The new Honda Developer Studio will foster the creation of useful and safe Android apps

Toyota, Land Rover take top honors in ALG's Residual Value Awards 
Autos by Subaru and Mazda also recognized for holding their resale value

Future Cars

Honda launches HR-V in an effort to dominate small crossover SUV market 
The new vehicle, built on the same platform as the Honda Fit, is aimed at Millennials

Toyota unveils first mass-market hydrogen fuel cell car
The game-changing Toyota Mirai will begin selling in Japan next month and in the U.S. in 2015

Subaru Forester STI may be on the way
Photos of an STI-badged Subaru Forester have speculators looking toward Nov. 25 reveal