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NEDO has confirmed that a collection of Japanese and one French automaker accounting for sizeable percentage of global motor vehicle production are now involved in R&D programs that aim to develop LENR technology for power generation applications. One can only conclude that, even though they may be unwilling to admit it publicly, their long-term goal must be replacing the internal combustion engine. This stunning achievement could be realized if LENRs are successfully commercialized in the form of ultra-high performance thermal sources with system power outputs that can be scaled-up to hundreds of kilowatts. Large players in the energy and automotive industries would be well-advised to closely monitor future progress of LENR research in these low-profile Japanese-led initiatives.