Contract manufacturer Magna Steyr, a division of Canada's Magna International, will build two new sports cars jointly developed by BMW and Toyota, industry sources said.
Toyota Canada will recall 580 Tundra pickups from the 2017 model year for a seat problem, and 8,180 2018 Tundras and Sequoia SUVs for a glitch that could turn off stability control and other systems.
Toyota Canada is recalling 1,700 vehicles after discovering two defects that could lead to fires. Camrys and a number of Lexus vehicles are affected.
Toyota's Supra performance coupe looks likely to debut in concept form at next month's Geneva auto show after the automaker released a teaser picture. The new Supra is being developed in partnership with BMW.
Toyota's quarterly profit rose 54 per cent, helped by a windfall from lowered U.S. tax liabilities, cost cutting and gains from favourable foreign exchange rates.
Over decades, Toyota built a corporate culture that was the envy of the manufacturing world. Now the industry's most-emulated company is overhauling the way it brings its vaunted production system to every corner of the business.
Toyota's biggest Super Bowl ad buy ever stars a Canadian and includes two spots that push its global Olympics and Paralympics sponsorships. A third ad continues Toyota's "Let's Go Places" campaign.
Toyota is recalling 4,570 vehicles in Canada and nearly 49,000 in the U.S. over an electrical issue that could prevent airbags from deploying during a crash.
Toyota's pursuit of a mass-market hydrogen-fuel-cell vehicle has been relentless — some might say stubborn. This week, the automaker said 50 Mirai cars are bound for Canada, a country considering hydrogen as an alternative fuel.
Toyota has picked an Ottawa company's logistics software to manage its global supply chain. RapidResponse by Kinaxis is already being used by Ford and Nissan.
Toyota is introducing the Mirai into Quebec, Canada's most active green vehicle market, later this year. About 50 of the hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are expected to be used by government and fleets.
It's taken six months, but Toyota Canada says it has finally solved its block heater problem. The automaker says a new one of improved design will be installed at no cost to its customers.