More Details Emerge In Road Rage Incident

More details emerge in road rage incident

A man arrested on suspicion of beating another man on an expressway in eastern Japan reportedly says he did it because the victim hit his car.

Police say 43-year-old Fumio Miyazaki punched a 24-year-old man out of rage after forcing the victim to stop.

Man Arrested For Road-rage Assault

Man arrested for road-rage assault

Police in Japan have arrested a man on a national wanted list who is suspected of forcibly stopping a car and beating the driver on a highway.

Police say they arrested Fumio Miyazaki, whose address and occupation are unknown, on Sunday in Osaka, western Japan, on suspicion of causing injury.

Lexus Gx 460 Suv Gains Technology On The Road, And Off Of It

Lexus GX 460 SUV gains technology on the road, and off of it

Lexus has updated its GX 460 SUV for 2020. The GX 460 is one of the longer-running SUV models on the market, as it was originally unveiled around a decade ago and it's still based on the sturdy Toyota Land Cruiser Prado, which is a touch more compact than the U.S. market Land Cruiser.

The refresh gives the model some new touches to keep it in line with other current Lexus products, including a more contemporary spindle grille and new headlights, but it's restyled along the same moderate lines as the previous updates the GX 460 has received during its tenure. There are color and trim adjustments, including the addition of very red leather, but the powertrain remains the same: the 301-horsepower 4.6-liter V8 with 329 lb-ft or torque.

2019 Honda Passport Elite Review | Value-packed Road Trip Champ

2019 Honda Passport Elite Review | Value-packed road trip champ

The words "design" and "styling" are largely used interchangeably in the automotive world. In the fashion world, however, they are quite different. The way a dress looks is the result of design. The jacket, shoes and purse you pair with it are styling.

I mention this because the 2019 Honda Passport is largely the work of styling in the fashion sense. Yes, it's shorter in overall length and seat count than the Pilot, and there are design tweaks to the front end and tailgate. But much of what makes the Passport distinctive and arguably more attractive than its rather drab three-row sibling comes down to "styling." There are the blacked out wheels and trim, the beefier roof rails and crossbars, and the more macho grille. There's also the ground clearance increase that does as much for aesthetics as it does for off-road ability. Take all that away, and the Passport really is just a shorter Pilot, albeit with better proportions.

2019 Honda Passport And Ridgeline Get Off-road Treatment From Jsport

2019 Honda Passport and Ridgeline get off-road treatment from Jsport

Overland Expo is about to start, and car makers are rolling out versions of their crossovers and trucks transformed into overlanding and expedition vehicles. Honda is joining in on the action with the 2019 Honda Passport and 2019 Honda Ridgeline. It collaborated with Honda aftermarket company Jsport, and the results are some rugged-looking camping machines.

Both trucks are similarly equipped, with a leveling kit that adds 1.5 inches of ground clearance, aftermarket 18-inch wheels shod in chunky all-terrain tires, and Jsport's own skid plates so in case you do try to clear something too tall. The Passport gets a little extra love in the form of a new Jsport rear spare tire carrier and some Baja Designs off-road lighting.

Diet To Debate Alleged Favoritism For Road Project

Diet to debate alleged favoritism for road project

A Japanese Diet panel is set to discuss Tuesday a controversy involving a road project that's been linked to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his deputy.

The long-stalled project to build a cross-strait road linking the prefectures of Fukuoka and Yamaguchi in southwestern Japan came under the spotlight, when a state minister of transport hinted recently that he gave favorable consideration to the plan.

Transport Minister Sorry For Road Project Scandal

Transport minister sorry for road project scandal

Japan's Cabinet minister in charge of infrastructure has apologized after a junior minister in his department resigned over remarks he made about a road project.

The minister for land, infrastructure, transport and tourism Keiichi Ishii told a Lower House committee on Tuesday that comments that raise doubts about the fairness of administrative affairs must be strictly avoided.