Thailand's bearish automotive market has deterred two Japanese car makers, Mitsubishi Motors Corporation and Nissan Motor, from commencing production of their new eco-car.
A total of 164,299 vehicles were produced in Thailand in September, down 15.63% year-on-year but still better than in August, according to the automotive industry club of the Federal of Thai Industries.
The automotive industry remains weak, with production, domestic sales and exports all falling last month.
Motor Image Subaru Thailand has launched the XV STI Performance Edition.
Valeo Automotive (Thailand), the local unit of the French auto parts maker, has introduced a replacement business based in Thailand aimed at capitalising on the region's growing automotive market.