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The Japanese car company Toyota is known for being one of the largest car companies in the world. Although here in North America, they’re stereotyped as being boring, family friendly cars. Toyota made a huge splash by bringing the Prius Hybrid vehicle to the consumer market. The Prius has quickly become an instantly recognizable vehicle that reached celebrity status. Toyota now has a few Hybrids available, and seem to be leading the way for alternate, green fuel.
Production of the Toyota Yaris has begun in the Japanese automaker’s French factory, which will export the subcompact to the North American market.
Even after concerns about the Toyota FJ Cruisers blinding headlights, Toyota is pushing NHTSA to relax its stance about its high beam headlights.
Anticipation has been building up for the 2014 Toyota Corolla’s official unveiling ever since the Japanese automaker previewed it in the Corolla Furia concept.
Believe it or not, the most expensive Asian car ever sold is probably a classic Toyota.
A solid sign of Toyota’s recovery, the Japanese automaker is expected to announce a post operating profit of around $13.1 billion for the year.
Break out the flowers, cards and brunch because Mother’s Day is just around the corner. Or in Toyota’s case, try serenading Hispanic moms.
Sometimes automakers have holes in their line-up bigger than Van Halen did in 1985. Due to a lack of time, resources or manufacturing facilities, the company looks for a quick fix. The solution? Grab a vehicle from another company that fills the void and rebrand it as their own. But like Wade Boggs in a…
Toyota will be at the 2013 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb to defend its electric title, bringing an improved version of its TMG EV P002 that did last year’s record-breaking run of 10 minutes, 15.380 seconds.
We are back with this week’s installment of AutoGuide’s newest, interactive weekly feature “Commute, Toy or Destroy.”
Have you ever been blinded at night by an oncoming Toyota FJ Cruiser’s lights? Well, that is set to change, as Toyota is recalling about 11,489 of the off-road machines for having lights that are too bright.
Toyota’s CEO loves racing, and this year he will compete once again at one of the most grueling 24 hour races in the world, 24 Hours of Nürburgring.
The sales numbers are in for April 2013, and we’ve compiled a list of the top 10 best-selling cars for last month. Kicking off the list is the Hyundai Elantra with a starting MSRP of $16,965. The compact model from the Korean automaker saw 45.2 percent more sales this year than last in the month…
The 2013 Toyota RAV4 received an update for the new model year, and has just been named a Top Safety Pick by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles could be relatively affordable once Toyota starts trying to sell them.
Despite boisterous boasting by several German brands about modular architecture in future vehicles, Toyota remained relatively quiet on the subject.
Would you drive differently if you knew what a traffic light was going to do before entering the intersection? Toyota thinks so.
Each week, we recap the most popular videos from AutoGuide‘s YouTube channel just in case all seven days passed you by and you missed out. This week, the battle of of mid-size sedans from Toyota and Honda takes top honors.
Toyota has officially unveiled its 2014 4Runner featuring rugged exterior styling to match its authentic off-road heritage.
Compact cars are affordable, they’re usually a lot of fun to drive and can deliver impressive fuel economy numbers. As government regulators push for ever-greater efficiency, small sedans and hatchbacks are becoming increasingly important.
Toyota released an infographic today that displays stats and facts on the 4Runner, and it also gives some new info on the upcoming 2014 4Runner in the form of a blacked out picture of the new SUV.
Toyota released its first quarter sales numbers today, which sit above both General Motors and Volkswagen, though it is a tight race.
It doesn’t just look unique, the philosophy behind Toyota’s new Me.We concept car brings an innovative approach to the automobile, looking to harmonize concepts of personal transportation and the greater good of the planet.
At the 2013 Shanghai Motor Show, Toyota revealed its Yundong Shuangqing II concept, a hybrid sedan that could preview a possible Corolla hybrid of the near future.