The Dutch subsidiary of U.K.-based Antonov plc, a vehicle-technology company, is taking Toyota Motor Corp. to German intellectual property court, alleging the Japanese auto maker used a driveline the subsidiary developed and patented. Antonov Automotive Technologies claims the Toyota Prius and Lexus RX 400h cross/utility vehicle exploited its designs and is seeking “fair payment…for the use of (its) intellectual property in all relevant vehicles sold to date.” Toyota Prius Toyota ...
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