Right now, Toyota and Honda probably have a bone to pick with Mercedes-Benz. It likely goes like this: "Stop stealing the people who buy our boring family sedans, you luxurious Teutonic bastards." Or something along those lines. Read more...
Kayla Mendoza, a 20-year old Florida resident, drove the wrong way down the Sawgrass Expressway last Sunday morning around 1:45 a.m., crashing her Hyundai Sonata into a Toyota Camry and killing two people in the process. The tragic story...Show More Summary
On Tuesday we introduced you to the Toyota GT86 rally car built by Nameless Performance, a 2WD car designed to battle the AWD juggernauts and get itself on the overall podium at the top level of North American rally competition. Today we're back with the brains behind the bonkers machine. Read more...
Posted on 11.22.2013 10:00 by Kirby Garlitos Anytime you have a car, even if its a concept, that promises a maximum range of 310 miles, you immediately have to give it the attention it deserves. At the 2013 Tokyo Motor Show, Toyota has...Show More Summary
The Toyota Ist is by far the most popular used Japanese import in Krasnoyarsk. Over the next few weeks I will be taking you on a trip through the Trans-Siberian railway, stopping along the way in various Russia, Mongolian and Chinese cities to observe the vastly different car landscapes each time. The last stop was Tomsk in Siberia, […]
Announced at the Tokyo Motor Show 2013 is Toyota’s FV2 concept vehicle which not only lets the user customise it, …
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HYUNDAI Motor, eager to move ahead of Honda and Toyota in hydrogen-powered vehicles, plans to lease its zero-emission Tucson crossover version for $499 (R5 065) a month when it arrives in the US next year. ||| HYUNDAI Motor, eager to...Show More Summary
Honda would roll out a new commercial fuel cell vehicle in 2015, the Japanese giant said yesterday, a day after rival Toyota promised a similar offering as competition in the green car sector heats up. ||| Sapa-AFP Tokyo Honda wouldShow More Summary
The new compact hybrids fill untapped niches for convertible and soft-roader hybrids.
Toyota Prius owners often say they think they're saving the environment with their cars, so why not put them more in touch with the environment? The sun and the wind, specifically. That's what the Toyota Aqua Air Concept aims to do. Read more...
Originally published on Climate Progress. By Emily Atkin On Friday, Hyundai North America CEO John Krafcik announced that the South Korean automaker has developed a hydrogen car. The company, along with Toyota and Honda, will unveil its prototype hydrogen-powered fuel-cell car at both the Los Angeles and Tokyo Auto Shows this week. Show More Summary
Competes with: Toyota RAV4 EV Looks like: Your average, ordinary, everyday Hyundai Tucson Drivetrain: Electric motor making 221 pounds-feet of torque, powered by an onboard hydrogen fuel cell and lithium-ion battery Hits dealerships: Spring 2014, Los Angeles and Orange, Calif.,...
What we know as the Toyota Prius C here in North America goes by Toyota Aqua in Japan. And, just as it did in 2011, the automaker has taken advantage of its home Tokyo Motor Show to show off a few variations of products that the Aqua could spawn. The most immediately appealing to our eyes is the red Aqua Air Concept seen up top. Show More Summary
Historically, the Toyota Harrier has been a doppelgänger for North America's Lexus RX - at some points, it was little more than a badge-swap and a few options away, at least aesthetically. That appears to be changing with this just-revealed...Show More Summary
Toyota vice president Mitsuhisa Kato has confessed the brand had pursued volume to the detriment of quality, but insisted a fresh Toyota New Global Architecture Plan (TNGA) will fix those issues while saving up to 30 per cent in production...Show More Summary
Kelley Blue Book has handed out the latest awards for top resale value. General Motors has made good progress, but Toyota remains the industry's big winner.
Posted on 11.21.2013 07:00 by Kirby Garlitos Knowing full well what Toyota and Subaru have in the GT 86 and the BRZ, respectively, Nissan is determined to show the world that it can also produce a modern-day sports car based on one of its own iconic models. Show More Summary
Toyota has been teasing a Lexus coupe for a couple of years now with the LF-FC concepts. At the Tokyo Auto Show introduced two versions of the new RC coupe, one oriented towards performance, the other with green cred, slated to go on sale some time in 2014. Based on the GS platform, the RC […]