CNET reports from the Detroit Auto Show 2014.
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Carmaker says it's bringing Sync, the Microsoft-powered auto software to its European lineup, beginning with the 2012 of the Ford Focus.
Mazda is bringing H2 back into focus with the launch of a new hydrogen model at this month's Tokyo auto show.
Auto Alliance Thailand plant to increase production to 275,000 cars annually, focus on small vehicles.
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