Japan:Mazda plans $130M for computer upgrades
Global Auto Report
Detroit News staff, wire and Bloomberg News reports
HIROSHIMA, Japan — Mazda Motor Corp. will spend $130 million over the next four years on new software and computers to speed up development of new models and cut costs. The company previously succeeded in reducing development cycles for new models to between 12 and 18 months, from 27 months, under a project begun in 1996 that introduced similar computer systems to those used by Mazda’s biggest shareholder, Ford Motor Co.
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My next Ford.....