Toyota and Honda, Japan’s two largest automakers, are looking at Tesla’s business model in a bid to find ways of increasing their profit margins and remaining competitive in an ever-changing industry. The automakers have singled out software development as one of the most important factors and they are now looking to attract a lot more talent in this area.
Honda plans to double the number of programmers it employs over the next seven years, meaning that by 2030, it expects to have around 10,000 software developers working for it, according to Nikkei.


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Toyota And Honda Embark On Software Engineer Hiring Spree To Compete With Tesla

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