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Toyota Will Electrify Everything by 2025, Powering Up with Panasonic Toyota Will Electrify Everything by 2025, Powering Up with Panasonic
- It took Toyota two decades to sell 11 million hybrid and electric cars. But in another 12 years, Toyota thinks it can sell 5.5 million of them annually. - Until now, Toyota had been reluctant to commit to dedicated battery-electric cars, instead offering limited-scale, expensive retrofits like the...
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Historic Willow Run Site Now Testing Autonomous Cars in Bad Weather Historic Willow Run Site Now Testing Autonomous Cars in Bad Weather
- A test track for connected and autonomous vehicles built on the grounds of a dilapidated auto factory in southeastern Michigan has officially opened for business, and perhaps at the perfect time. Operations at the American Center for Mobility (ACM) began just as the winter’s first major snowstorm...
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2017 Toyota Tundra Limited CrewMax Review 2017 Toyota Tundra Limited CrewMax Review
Even though it hasn’t had a major overhaul since 2007, the Toyota Tundra still brings an attitude to the segment. But it deals in a very competitive environment with the top-selling Ford F-150, Chevrolet Silverado, GMC Sierra, Nissan Titan, and Ram 1500. Introduced for 2007, the current generation...
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2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE Review 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid XLE Review
Sedans are losing their appeal in America as SUVs and crossovers take a lion’s share of the market, but this sedan will get you to look twice. The 2018 Toyota Camry has received a complete makeover and it’s a good one. Camry needed a redesign and Toyota engineers excelled with the popular sedan, with...
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Headlights and Small-Overlap Front Crash Tests Shorten List of 2018 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ Award Winners Headlights and Small-Overlap Front Crash Tests Shorten List of 2018 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ Award Winners
- New standards for headlights and front-end crashes are making it harder for new cars and trucks to receive an insurance-industry-backed group’s highest safety rating. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) gave just 15 vehicles its highest rating of Top Safety Pick+ for 2018, compared...
Headlights and Small-Overlap Front Crash Tests Shorten List of 2018 IIHS Top Safety Pick+ Award Winners »
Future Toyota Adventure Concept: The Off-Road Autobot Future Toyota Adventure Concept: The Off-Road Autobot
The Future Toyota Adventure Concept (FT-AC) made its debut in sunny California as the Los Angeles Auto Show gets underway. Toyota says the California reveal was intentional as many residents enjoy trips to the desert and beach. The FT-AC is aimed at active lifestyle types who desire versatility...
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Get Outside! Toyota’s FT-AC Concept Sets a Course for Adventure Get Outside! Toyota’s FT-AC Concept Sets a Course for Adventure
- Remember how distinctive the first-generation Toyota RAV4 was when it hit the scene back in the mid-1990s? A unibody trucklet with a bulbous but rugged exterior, it resonated with outdoorsy and active types, and it foreshadowed the compact-crossover boom. But as competitors began to flood the segment,...
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Wayback Machines: Station Wagons That You Forgot Ever Existed Wayback Machines: Station Wagons That You Forgot Ever Existed
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10 Highlights from the 2017 SEMA Show in Las Vegas 10 Highlights from the 2017 SEMA Show in Las Vegas
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Toyota Is Uneasy about the Handoff between Automated Systems and Drivers Toyota Is Uneasy about the Handoff between Automated Systems and Drivers
- Toyota has not yet decided whether it will bring a car to market that is capable of automated driving in some situations yet still requires a human driver behind a wheel who can take control if needed—but the automaker, characteristically, is more cautious than many about moving forward with the...
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