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Audi Just Made The Best-Looking Hydrogen-Powered Car In The Universe

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Hydrogen-powered cars are back in the national conversation again thanks to the Toyota Mirai concept. One problem: If that's what the future looks like, then I need a DeLorean with a flux capacitor like yesterday. Hydrogen doesn't have to be hideous, though, as Audi proved at the LA Auto Show today. Read more...

[The now-facelifted Toyota Prius V appears to be angry and confused.

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

[The now-facelifted Toyota Prius V appears to be angry and confused. About what I do not know.] Read more...

Toyota Prius c, Prius v Get Styling and Tech Updates for 2015

Toyota has unveiled restyled versions of its Prius c subcompact hatchback and Prius v wagon for the 2015 model year. The Prius v hits dealerships in December with a slightly lower starting price of $27,500, including the destination charge. Estimated...

Slacker Radio lands on select Toyota and Lexus models with voice control in tow

Toyota's Entune and Lexus' Enform infotainment systems already have access to several music streaming services like Spotify, Pandora and iheartradio. But if Slacker remains your internet radio of choice and you drive a 2011 to 2015 model from either...

Toyota Tries To Take Hydrogen Car Mainstream

Toyota is to sell what’s being called the first mass-market fuel-cell car. But it’s very much a luxury product for now and won’t be dominating the highways any time soon. The model is called Mirai, which translates literally as “the future” but has a meaning that might more accurately be conveyed as “the distant future” […]

The Ten Fastest Hydrogen Vehicles Ever Made

last weekVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

With the recent launch of the hydrogen powered Toyota Mirai we've had hydrogen vehicles on our mind, so we compiled a list of the ten fastest ever made. Read more...

Could hydrogen vehicles take over as the 'green' car of choice?

Now that car makers have demonstrated through hybrid vehicle success that consumers want less-polluting tailpipes, they are shifting even greener. In 2015, Toyota will roll out the first hydrogen fuel-cell car for personal use that emits only water. Show More Summary

2016 Toyota Mirai: First Look

Competes with: Honda FCX Clarity fuel-cell, Hyundai Tucson fuel-cell Looks like: A Toyota Corolla viewed through a fun-house mirror Drivetrain: 153-horsepower hydrogen fuel-cell electric drivetrain Hits dealerships: Fall 2015; California only With the 2016 Mirai, Toyota finalizes a plan officially...

2016 Ford Explorer: First Look

Competes with: Hyundai Santa Fe, Toyota Highlander, Dodge Durango Looks like: An Explorer with Kia Sorento grille Drivetrain: 290-hp, 3.5-liter V-6; 270-hp, turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder; 365-hp, turbocharged 3.5-liter V-6 (all hp numbers estimated); six-speed automatic transmission; front- or all-wheel drive...

Toyota Dealer Makes the Year's Most Cringeworthy SNL Parody With 'Keys in a Box'

Almost eight years later, "Dick in a Box" lives on as one of Saturday Night Live's more hilarious digital shorts. And since there are no rules that say that jokes become stale after that amount of time, some car salesmen in Oak Lawn, Ill., fired up their cameras and created a parody to the tune once made popular by Justin Timberlake and Andy Samberg. Show More Summary

I Drove Toyota’s Mirai Future Car to a Sewage Plant and Filled it With Poo Power

Fuel cell technology is set for prime time as major automakers unveil street-ready hydrogen cars - but the question remains how best to fuel them. Well, here's an idea - run them on poo power! Yesterday I test drove a futuristic Toyota Mirai (one of five pre-release


That's another Japanese word that you'll be learning. Here's why: That video was taken from this article by Stephanie Mlot in PCMag: "Toyota Fuel-Cell Car Expected Next Fall" (11/18/14). One thing I like about this video, in addition to the eye-popping car, is the fact that a Japanese man speaking with a noticeable accent stars […]

Toyota HiLux v Toyota Tundra : Comparison review

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

Utes such as the Toyota HiLux are big business in Australia – they account for about one in six new vehicle sales annually – but the country’s top-selling dual-cab looks positively pint-sized when compared to its more generously proportioned bigger brother from the US, the Toyota Tundra. The Tundra is imported to Australia and converted [...]

Our Toyota Tour Guide’s Kaizen

We just finished our second day of our Kaizen Institute Japan Lean Tour and it’s been great so far. Follow us via the hashtag #KaizenTour on Twitter for more real-time updates. Monday afternoon, we visited Toyota’s Tsutsumi plant in Toyota City, where they produce Prius and Camry models. In the theme of being an “eco-factory” for […]

Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle detailed in full

last weekVehicles / Cars : Car Advice

After a considerable period of teasing, Japan’s largest automaker has revealed all the details about its new hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle, the Toyota Mirai. At the Mirai’s heart is the latest iteration of Toyota’s fuel-cell stack, which generates water vapour and up to 114kW of power by combining hydrogen stored on-board with oxygen extracted from the [...]

Toyota to launch hydrogen fuel cell car Mirai in December

Only in Japan though - until Sept 2015 Toyota will launch its all-new Mirai hydrogen fuel cell vehicle in Japan on 15 December, before introducing it in the UK and other selected European markets in September 2015, with that date dictated by getting a refuelling infrastructure rolled out.…

Toyota To Lose $100,000 On Every Hydrogen FCV Sold?

Toyota’s upcoming release of its first production fuel cell vehicle is certainly something of a gamble — as you no doubt already know — but could the company actually end up losing as much as $100,000 on every unit sold? Possibly. Or at least that’s what one analyst is arguing. Show More Summary

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