A TRD Pro Series Tundra bulldozes the first soil on the new site in Plano, Texas.
With a little help from a 2015 TRD Pro Series Tundra and its plow, Toyota broke ground on its new $350 million headquarters in Plano, Texas. Aside from the truck-assisted groundbreaking, the automaker also revealed a 10-foot-tall, 64-foot-wide “TOYOTA” installation during the ceremonies. Show More Summary
Toyota has released a teaser image of a new concept car called the RND that it says previews an upcoming production model. The RND will be revealed at an exclusive event in the U.K. on January 26 and is said to be virtually identical to the production version it previews, despite being a concept. Toyota explains that everything necessary for...
Teased here as the RND Concept, Toyota will debut a production-ready model next week in the UK that they say has "the potential to transform the look of every vehicle on the road." Holy moly! Read more...
Camry bumps up sporty offerings, driver assists. Are you ready to pay $5,000 for better audio?
Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe contender is a one-off Toyota called an Opendeck that's like an Avalanche for Lilliputians. It's super rare, but you'll need to decide whether or not its price is totally the poop deck. Read more...
Toyota has announced it sold 10.23 million vehicles in 2014, a 2.5 percent gain on the 9.98 million it sold the previous year and the first 10-million-plus annual sales figure for the Japanese giant. Importantly, Toyota’s tally, which includes sales from the Scion, Lexus, Daihatsu and Hino brands, makes it the world’s biggest automaker...
Toyota still world's top automaker with 10.23 mn cars sold in 2014 http://t.co/X3mY06rCE9 pic.twitter.com/JO5zhqWq16 — FRANCE 24 (@FRANCE24) January 21, 2015
I’ve been overdue in writing more posts about our Japan tour that took place two months ago now. See previous posts in this series. I’m going to try to do one post a week on this topic. It’s always fascinating to visit a Toyota plant and it’s even more so to visit with healthcare professionals. […]
At what point to you quit faking it 'til you make it and proclaim that you've in fact made it? Personally, I think that point comes right after you buy a hand-built boutique sports car with a Ferrari V8, like this beautiful Maserati Coupe, now yours for the price of a used base model Toyota Camry. Read more...
Mercedes-Benz and Toyota begin the rollout of their 2015 Super Bowl commercial campaigns. Mercedes has ex-wide receiver Jerry Rice trying to debate an eight-year-old about the relative speeds of tortoises and hares, while Toyota has some other ex-pros showing off their dad skills. Show More Summary
Saatchi & Saatchi LA recently rolled out “To Be A Dad,” an extended online spot for Toyota exploring themes of fatherhood similar to those the brand will feature in its Super Bowl ad, with appearances by NFL players DeMarcus Ware, Kurt...Show More Summary
When it comes to the 2015 Toyota Prius Five, the Japanese automaker has hit a home run and they aren’t about to mess with success. It’s still the number one selling hybrid in America, and one of the most recognizable cars on the road. Show More Summary
Honda tried following the Toyota Prius model with the Insight, and Chevy has with the first-gen Volt. Now it's Hyundai's turn, as these latest spy shots from winter-testing in the Arctic Circle reveal. Continue reading Hyundai spotted...Show More Summary
Hyundai is taking square aim at the Toyota Prius.
Toyota adds a new X-Wave roof option to its Aygo city car, giving European buyers one of the cheapest ways to drive with the wind in their hair. Continue reading Toyota Aygo X-Wave pops its top Toyota Aygo X-Wave pops its top originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 20 Jan 2015 08:31:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
With U.S. demand for its crossovers and SUVs expected to increase in 2015, Toyota is responding in kind by increasing production at home and in Canada. Bloomberg reports the production increase will prove challenging to president Akio...Show More Summary
It's not summer but Wendy Packard of Avondale has been taking road trips like the thermostat reads 80 degrees. Two weeks ago, Packard drove her 1999 Toyota Camry to Indianapolis for the Indianapolis Colts-Cincinnati Bengals playoff game. Show More Summary