The Nikkei 225 has fallen 18% since the beginning of May. The Japanese equity market is struggling with currency deflation paired with low levels of economic growth and structural economic issues with population growth. Despite all of these issues there is a narrow window of opportunity for buying Japanese equities. Short-term pull-back followed by currency depreciation [...]
Toyota doesn't think it will ever capture 17 percent of the U.S. market again.
Toyota Motor Corp announced that it is unlikely to restore its volume of sales that it had four years ago in the US, where is Toyota’s largest market. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has released its new model scooter today ACTIVA-I, which will sell at Rs 44,200. Show More Summary
NAGOYA, Japan (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said it is unlikely to recapture its peak market share it held four years ago in the United States, its biggest market, the latest sign the Japanese carmaker is shifting from aggressively expanding sales to i...
Toyota has unveiled two follow-ups to its Camatte concept from last year’s Tokyo Toy Show, with the Camatte57s and Camatte57s Sport. For those who have ever wandered through a toy shop and thought “I wish they made those when I was a kid”, prepare to be frustrated. Show More Summary
The Toyota Camatte57s concept has been unveiled at this week’s Tokyo toy show, designed to give kids the chance to get behind the wheel of a car. A sporty, open-top family-focused concept, the Toyota Camatte57s takes inspiration from the fun … Continue reading ? The post Toyota Camatte57s: toy car concept designed for kids appeared first on CarAdvice.
Chrysler refuses Jeep recall, 2014 Toyota Corolla Episode #336 of the Autoblog Podcast is here, and this week, Dan Roth, Zach Bowman and Mike Harley talk about Chrysler standing by the safety of its past products, the 2014 Toyota Corolla, and of course we start with the garage and end with your questions and comments. Show More Summary
Toyota debuts the Camatte57s concept toy car at the Tokyo Toy Show.
As per our blog post last month, we had a contest in the Windows booth co-sponsored by Toyota Racing Development (TRD) for a chance to win passes to a Nationwide Series Event. Thank you to all the TechEd North America attendees that stopped by to see Alex Bowman’s Windows/Surface branded car and registered for the contest.. And the winner is…. Show More Summary
Full-size pickups have been the primary driver behind the recovering auto sector in the U.S. The U.S. automobile industry witnessed another robust month of auto sales in May, which were up 8.2% from last year. Auto giants sold over 1.4 million vehicles during the month. This came as a relief to the car makers, particularly [...]
Toyota plans to follow up last year's kid-friendly Camatte concept with two new versions: the Camatte57s and Camatte57s Sport. Like the original Camatte, the two new concepts will make their debut at the International Tokyo Toy Show, which is happening this weekend. Not much has changed with these two new Camatte models. Show More Summary
Posted on 06.11.2013 10:00 by Kirby Garlitos Admittedly, when we first saw this, our first thought was this was something MINI would do. But when we found out it came from Toyota, we weren’t surprised either. Toyota knows when it’s time to think out of the box and it recently did so by presenting a colorful sports concept called the Camatte57s. Show More Summary
Let's face it, Toyota does not believe in electric cars. Not the battery-powered plug-in kind anyway. Plug-in hybrids? Sure. Fuel cells? As soon as feasible. But a simple EV? No, that just isn't Toyota's thing - a few side projects notwithstanding. "If...Show More Summary
Meet the Camatte57s. It's Toyota's "sporty, open-top family-focused concept car" built for the upcoming Tokyo Toy Show. It's a bit like IKEA furniture: Weirdly named and frustrating to build. Read more...
Last week at the Lean Healthcare Transformation Summit, I really enjoyed the presentation by Jamie Bonini, General Manager Toyota Production System Support Center (TSSC). Jamie started his career at Chrysler (where he knew Jamie Flinchbaugh, a good friend of this blog) and both Jamies, like me, are graduates of the MIT Leaders for Global Operations program. [...]
The Camatte57s can be driven by children.
Toyota has used an upcoming toy fair in Tokyo to present a wacky sports concept you could actually build yourself. Its name is the Camatte57s and it is essentially a kit car that’s designed to be simple enough for a child to assemble. Camatte is derived from the Japanese word for “care” while the number 57 represents the number...