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Toyota Motor Corporation (NYSE: TM), a Japan-based automaker, has introduced its new supercompact car in its home market called the Pixis Joy.
Three models available-the Pixis Joy C (crossover), the Pixis Joy F (fashion) and the Pixis Joy S (sports)-in a variety of colors(1)
Pixis primarily offers its software services to customers in the metals and mining sector.
Swedish design, measurement and visualisation technologies provider Hexagon AB (STO:HEXA-B) said it had taken over Chile-based engineering software developer Pixis, without disclosing the purchase price.
We have seen above average industry growth over the past three years thanks to ValueVision," said Steve Thomas, CEO of Pixis, manufacturers of pharmaceutical delivery systems.
Pixis ERP software is presently incorporated with hundreds of ecommerce sites in Europe and has branches in Munich, Leipzig and Slovenia.
Auto Business News-July 6, 2015--Toyota launches Pixis Mega
Toyota City, Japan, July 2, 2015 - (JCN Newswire) - Offering substantial storage space and capable of seating four adults(1) comfortably, Toyota's new Pixis Mega is a minivehicle that stands above the rest in its class.
M2 EQUITYBITES-December 3, 2013-Hexagon acquires Chilean engineering software firm Pixis
said it has launched the Pixis Space, the first minivehicle under the Toyota brand, at its Corolla and Netz dealerships across the country, aiming at raising the level of its sales amid the sluggish overall automobile market in Japan.
Models to be launched include the Daihatsu Hijet, Subaru Sambar, and Toyota Pixis, which are largely identical aside from badging.
The Pixis Epoch returns to the fundamental appeal of minivehicles: day-to-day transportation with high fuel efficiency at an affordable price.