TOYOTA: Record truck sales drive 4.3% increaseThu, 01, Dec 2016
Next-gen Toyota Camry to debut in January at Detroit auto showThu, 01, Dec 2016
The next-generation Toyota Camry will debut in January at the Detroit auto show, Toyota confirmed today. Toyota released a teaser image of the 2018 Camry that shows a sedan with sportier styling than the current generation.
Toyota Supra profile emerges in new photosTue, 29, Nov 2016
Toyota's next-gen Supra, being developed in collaboration with BMW, has been spotted again by spy photographers, this time with less camouflage. The best view of the sporty coupe reveals a compact body, long front and taillights that look similar to those of the previous Supra, which was last seen in 2002.
Nissan to offer maintenance alerts in foray into connected carsTue, 29, Nov 2016
Toyota to recall 744,000 Siennas for possible door malfunctionTue, 22, Nov 2016
Toyota seeks to smooth supply streamMon, 21, Nov 2016
Toyota to settle truck rust lawsuit for up to $3.4 billionSat, 12, Nov 2016
Toyota agreed to a settlement of up to $3.4 billion for a federal class action brought by U.S. owners of pickup trucks and SUVs whose frames could rust enough to jeopardize structural integrity, according to court papers.
Toyota warming to the idea of electric vehiclesMon, 14, Nov 2016
Toyota takes it to extremesMon, 07, Nov 2016
Toyota turns to addressable TV to sell the Prius PrimeTue, 08, Nov 2016
As Toyota markets its new Prius Prime plug-in hybrid the automaker is going after a very specific consumer: tech-savvy, knowledge-hungry drivers ages 18-49 with household incomes of $75,000 or more and who tend to be environmentally conscious but also economical.
No longer royalty in Japan, but still a cash cow in U.S.Sat, 05, Nov 2016
This weekend marks the 50th anniversary of the Toyota Corolla, one of the world's best-selling cars. While it's been surpassed at home in Japan, the Corolla is still a cash cow in the United States, where it is the No.2 best-selling passenger car model so far this year, behind only the Toyota Camry.
Toyota's growth model turns on servicesMon, 07, Nov 2016
For eight decades, Toyota's business model was straightforward: Sell more cars, make more profit. But in the future, top Toyota executives say, growth will come not from selling more cars but from selling services that let owners use the cars like mobile phones. The transformation is under way.