Toyota has moved one step further to launching what it hopes is the next big revolution in the auto industry, revealing the production version of its new Fuel Cell Vehicle.
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.
Crossovers and SUVs aren’t just rising in popularity with consumers – thieves are noticing them as well.
Don’t expect a performance sub brand from Toyota or Lexus anytime soon.
We have a wild mix of cars this week, some with two turbos, some with superchargers and some with very little power. Here’s what we’re driving this week.
Toyota has made history at this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours race.
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NHTSA has officially reopened an investigation into airbag defects that could lead to even more recalls.
For the second time, Toyota is calling back vehicles in the United States over airbag issues that went unfixed during a previous recall.
At the rate BMW is going launching new models, it might run out of letters and numbers soon.
One of the world’s largest automakers is planning for the future, looking into new technology to takes cars further.
Though it could improve performance, a Scion FR-S hybrid is unlikely.
Toyota is pushing forward ahead of schedule with its plan to launch a hydrogen fuel cell vehicle.
Hybrid vehicles are available in a greater variety than ever before, but their share of the overall auto market declined from 2013 to 2014 according to Polk.
Thinking of going green with your daily commute? There are dozens of options available in today’s market for an eco-friendly car and if you’re curious on which ones are greenest, you’ve come to the right place.
Toyota might be making serious moves toward a production version of the FT-1 concept that set Detroit ablaze last January.
Volkswagen’s seven-seat crossover for the North American market may be delayed, but the German automaker has huge plans to expand its SUV lineup.
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Cosworth has announced a tuning package for the Subaru BRZ and Scion FR-S that boosts horsepower. Best of all, it’s available in the U.S.
It’s not a common aspect some car shoppers pay attention to or look for, but poor visibility in a vehicle can directly affect how safe a vehicle is to drive.
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The battle of German sports cars is heating up, with the BMW M235i and the Mercedes-Benz CLA 45 AMG trying to win the hearts of car enthusiasts worldwide. In addition, AutoGuide.com‘s most watched videos this past week include our review of the Audi A4 2.0T and a comparison between the Honda Civic and Toyota Corolla. Watch the…
Once again, the Honda Accord attracted more thieves than other other car in the United States last year.
Toyota wants to continue working with US electric-car builder Tesla on battery technology after a battery-supply agreement between the two companies ends this year.
Toyota has announced three new recall campaigns that apply to 430,500 vehicles in the US.