Toyota trims exec positions, aims for quicker decision makingWed, 01, Mar 2017
Toyota has reduced its number of top positions to speed up decision making, as the Japanese automaker works toward a slimmer executive structure to better compete in an industry undergoing rapid change.
Toyota expects sales to increase 1% to 10.2 million vehicles in 2017Thu, 15, Dec 2016
Toyota, Daihatsu speed cooperationSat, 19, Nov 2016
First Shift: September winners, losersTue, 04, Oct 2016
Toyota taps Daihatsu skills on small carsMon, 10, Oct 2016
Toyota Motor Corp. will rely on its small-car partner Daihatsu to tackle a big problem. Emerging markets are seen as the key to long-term growth for the auto industry. But Toyota and other Japanese automakers largely trail their global rivals there.
Toyota to sell small cars developed with DaihatsuTue, 04, Oct 2016
Toyota and its Daihatsu minicar subsidiary are forming a new company to focus on compact vehicles for emerging markets, as Toyota prepares for new battlegrounds in regions expected to see rapidly growing demand.
Toyota's new spirit of cooperationSat, 18, Jun 2016
Daihatsu introduces new global platformMon, 18, Apr 2016
Minicar-maker Daihatsu has unveiled a new platform called DNGA. Like the namesake TNGA platform at parent Toyota, the Daihatsu New Global Architecture aims to improve fuel efficiency, drivability, cost and design. It serves as a springboard for how the two companies will deepen collaboration.
Scion is not Japan's only failed U.S. brandWed, 03, Feb 2016
Toyota will buy out rest of Daihatsu for $3 billion amid push into small carsFri, 29, Jan 2016
Toyota will decide on buying out rest of Daihatsu on Friday, report saysThu, 28, Jan 2016
Toyota and Daihatsu will decide at board meetings on Friday if Toyota will make the minivehicle maker a wholly owned subsidiary, Reuters reported. Toyota already owns a 51.2 percent stake in the smaller automaker.
Toyota considers Daihatsu buyout, denies Suzuki tie-up talksWed, 27, Jan 2016
Toyota said it was considering buying out the rest of minivehicle maker Daihatsu, a $3.2 billion deal at current market prices, but denied a report that it was in partnership talks with Daihatsu rival Suzuki.