AutoNews Now: What the auto chiefs told TrumpFri, 17, Mar 2017
Toyota marketing exec: Don't write off midsize cars yetTue, 10, Jan 2017
AutoNews Now: Setting a course for U.S. shoresMon, 17, Oct 2016
AutoNews Now: Toyota on taking talent to TexasFri, 14, Oct 2016
Toyota says most Calif. employees making move to new Texas headquartersFri, 14, Oct 2016
Most of Toyota's employees at its headquarters in Southern California will make the move to its new North Texas campus next year in a sign that the company has succeeded in its quest for high retention rates.
First Shift: May U.S. sales drop predictedFri, 20, May 2016
Lagging infrastructure slows fuel cell growth, Lentz saysMon, 11, Apr 2016
First Shift: Way to pump up fuel cells?Mon, 04, Apr 2016
Former Scions to get trim levelsMon, 04, Apr 2016
Toyota plans to pivot away from Scion's monospec approach and introduce multiple option packages on the youth-oriented cars, Jim Lentz, CEO of Toyota Motor North America, told Automotive News last month at the New York auto show.
Toyota: Look past Prime's EV rangeMon, 28, Mar 2016
Isn't it odd that Toyota, which has been so superlative in its development and sales of hybrid vehicles, turns out to be a slacker on such a key metric as EV range with its new Prius Prime? Not really, given the overall importance Toyota, and the marketplace, have given to plug-in EVs.
Where Toyota, Lexus got their leadersMon, 08, Feb 2016
While Scion served Toyota as a test bed for marketing and retail innovations, it was also an effective proving ground for executives. A truckful of current Toyota suits cut their teeth at the young brand, and movement between Scion and Lexus was fluid.
Next wave of Toyota's Texas migration gets underway, with some 'growing pains'Mon, 25, Jan 2016
Eventually more than 4,000 Toyota employees will be housed in a sprawling, 2.1-million-square-foot complex that is expected to be finished in early 2017. Most of those will come from Toyota's Torrance, Calif., campus, while about 1,000 are due from Erlanger, Ky. The move, announced in April 2014, is aimed at reorganizing the far-flung entities that make up Toyota North America (financial, sales, manufacturing) under one roof in tax-friendly Texas.