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Touring Toyota’s marvellous Motomachi and Lexus LC production

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

I’ve seen my share of vehicle manufacturing facilities, and many are alike. Some are more heavily roboticised than others, many are remarkably pristine environments, most are sprawling sites best traversed by buggy, and each runs to a rigorous regiment. Not surprisingly, Toyota’s Motomachi plant is all of these things. The site’s ground was broken in […]

Toyota to announce new Avalon big car at Detroit auto show

DETROIT (AP) — Toyota will introduce a revamped Avalon full-size car at the Detroit auto show in January at a time when sales of big cars are falling as U.S. buyers continue their shift toward SUVs.

2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE Review

last weekVehicles / Cars : AutomoBlog

Sedans are losing their appeal in America as SUVs and crossovers take a lion’s share of the market, but this sedan will get you to look twice. The 2018 Toyota Camry has received a complete makeover and it’s a good one. Camry needed a redesign and Toyota engineers excelled with the popular sedan, with new styling […]

Toyota Supra won’t be shown in Detroit – report

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Toyota says the Supra isn’t ready to go yet, meaning the hotly-anticipated sports-car collaboration with BMW won’t be on show in Detroit. Rumours suggested the 2018 Detroit motor show could be where the Japanese manufacturer would finally unveil a production-ready version of the FT-1 concept, initially shown in 2014. Speaking to Motor Trend, Jack Hollis, Toyota group […]

AutoComplete: Toyota teases sharp new Avalon in Detroit video - Roadshow

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Tech

Plus: Ford Mustangs live on as watches, and the IIHS just threw a wrench into its own awards program.

Confirmed: 2019 Toyota Avalon–and its headlight–at upcoming Detroit auto show

Toyota shined some light Friday on what it will show at the 2018 Detroit auto show in January. But not much light: it's the new 2019 Avalon. While everyone was hoping (Eds note: dreaming?) would be the new Supra, those dreams evaporated into thin air Wednesday when news broke that the Supra simply "isn't quite ready yet." Toyota's confirmation...

Toyota Foundation and Nesta Launch $4 Million Global Challenge to Create ‘Smart’ Mobility Devices

Teams of inventors working to improve mobility for people with lower-limb paralysis, including those with multiple sclerosis (MS), are invited to take part in a $4 million technology challenge launched by Toyota Mobility Foundation and Nesta’s Challenge Prize Centre. Show More Summary

2019 Toyota Avalon to debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show

The original debuted in 1995. Continue reading 2019 Toyota Avalon to debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show 2019 Toyota Avalon to debut at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show originally appeared on Autoblog on Fri, 08 Dec 2017 14:24:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments

Scott Pruitt's Plan To Outsource Part Of EPA Overhaul To Automaker Raises Concerns

last weekNews : Trending Now

The Environmental Protection Agency plans to work with Toyota Motor Corporation to overhaul internal management practices at the agency, Administrator Scott Pruitt said Thursday.

2018 Toyota Camry XLE V6 Drivers' Notes | Breaking the mold

Good, and not just for a Camry. Continue reading 2018 Toyota Camry XLE V6 Drivers' Notes | Breaking the mold 2018 Toyota Camry XLE V6 Drivers' Notes | Breaking the mold originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 07 Dec 2017 09:00:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments

Toyota SUV Line-Up Expanding But No Supra Yet

Sports coupe will be revealed next year while SUVs remain focus Read more

Did Toyota just not care that her eyebrow was falling off?

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

In this Toyota commercial, a woman is singing a Christmas-themed song about cars. Near the end of the commercial you can see that her right eyebrow is falling off. Did Toyota not notice? Did it know and just not care? Or did it know and realize it would be a good way to get idiots to share it online? https://youtu.be/CFkHDHxC8Os

New Toyota Supra will not debut at 2018 Detroit Auto Show

Toyota first confirmed joint-development of a new sports car with BMW way back in 2012. Since then, we've seen Toyota's new sports car, potentially named Supra, testing numerous times, and BMW showed its Z4 concept that previews the fruits of its labor through the partnership. But the reborn Toyota Supra isn't primed for a 2018 Detroit Auto Show...

Lexus Promises ‘Flagship’ Crossover Concept in Detroit; Is There Room for Another Model in the Lineup?

Toyota’s luxury division isn’t in the habit of leaving certain vehicle segments wide open for other automakers to plunder. Lexus fields not one, but two sport coupes, just in case one of the few buyers not interested in sedans and SUVs wanders into the dealership. Show More Summary

Did Toyota’s #Lean Mindsets & Practices Really Leave the (Now) Tesla Building?

Tesla builds cars in what used to be the NUMMI factory, a joint venture between Toyota and GM (which meant it was run as a Toyota plant with "Lean" practices). Before that, it was a dysfunctional GM plant. Now that it's a Tesla plant,...Show More Summary

Toyota Launches #MakeUp2Mud Campaign

Join Toyota in 2018 to give a voice to those females who inspire us both on and off the bike.

Toyota explores the outdoors with the FT-AC adventure vehicle concept

Much like a kid on summer break, Toyota knows that it wants to play outside, it's just not sure how it wants to go about it. The automaker has been exploring a number of off-road-oriented utility vehicle designs this year, starting with a compact urban escape pod and working through to a gear-hauling MP-SUV. Show More Summary

The 1990s Return at Toyota; Automaker Prepares to Double Up in a Single Segment

What’s stopping Toyota from fielding more than one vehicle in a single class? Answer: absolutely nothing, assuming there’s sales to be had. After unveiling three crossover concepts over the course of the calendar year, the automaker, not unsurprisingly, now says it’s going to go ahead and build one. Show More Summary

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