DETROIT, March 26 (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp. on Friday said it will invest about $126 million in digital technology over the next four years to help streamline its development of new cars and trucks. The Japanese automaker, a joint venture partner of Ford Motor Co. , said that with the new technology, valued at 13.9 billion yen, it hoped to enhance the quality and speed of its product development process and reduce the need to build costly prototype models of future vehicles. "This ...
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