Federal government rated Toyota Corolla of 2015 as a vehicle of the highest safety.
Testing of the unscreened antetype of the black coloured Toyota FCV of is spotted in the USA.
American periodical called Consumer Reports demands a recall from Toyota.
In the race to reach maximum efficiency Toyota is forced to improve its new Prius until it hits the assembly lines.
By 2018 production of Avensis of Toyota might stop.
Neither Toyota, nor Lexus will be extended to incorporate a sub-brand in the nearest future.
Having found a new incentive, Toyota tries its best to deliver the first hydrogen fuel cell car this year.
Toyota seems not to be looking for easy ways and keep producing its low-efficient heavy pickup truck with the most compact vessel for fuel.
Once popular speculations of expanding Scion FR-S line-up are topical again.
Differences between these two models and Subaru BDZ are practically indiscernible; it is rather their geographical availability that serves as distinguishing point.
After the first batch of promo photos of new Yaris issued at the beginning of spring, Toyota has shared some more images of the upcoming release.
A recall will be conducted for 2003 and 2004 Avalon models sold in America as a result of malfunctioning airbags.
Toyota eases the Geneva pre-debut pressure laid upon the next generation Aygo posting the photos of the model online.
Toyota Tundra of the next generation will sport the same Cummins engine as the future pickup from Nissan.
SE Limited Edition of Camry Hybrid has been reported to be produced by Toyota in 2014/2015.
North American dealerships were notified of temporary sales halt due to recently revealed fire risk.
Consumer Electronics Show 2014 became a perfect stage for Toyota to boast its fuel-cell concept and show the ways the car can serve a source of home power.
Some Tacoma pickups of 2013 and those not put in dealerships for 2014 yet are facing a recall. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports in its bulletin that a flaw revealed in the engines of these cars can cause the vehicles to stall or lead to more serious consequences.
2014 Auto Show in Detroit might host a new Toyota concept of Supra model.
After more than 100 years the internal-combustion motor still rules as the world’s go-to powerplant for vehicular propulsion. Surely, electrics have beginned to chip away at that domination but they haven’t really succeeded. Talking about alternative technologies one can ask: will fuel cells fare any better? Well, probably if Toyota starts pushing them.