Toyota will use hydrogen burners to reduce factory emissions

As clean as fuel cell cars and EVs may be, they’re still made using pollution-producing factories — and Toyota wants to help solve this. The company has introduced what it says is the first-ever general-purpose hydrogen burner built for use at factories and other industrial plants. While hydrogen burners have already existed, they’ve typically pumped […]

Toyota Introducing Blacked Versions of Camry and Highlander

Toyota will be unveiling blackened versions of the Camry and Highlander at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show, indicating that we’re one step closer to the trend ending. Factories started adopting the “murdered-out” look a few years ago after the movement gained steam in the aftermarket. Now it’s cropping up on the most mainstream of models. […]

Toyota Mulling a Return of the MR2

Starting with the introduction of the 86 (Scion FR-S in North America) in 2012, Toyota began spicing up a brand viewed as being more synonymous with bulletproof reliability than fun. While this manifested itself primarily through more expressive exterior design choices, the brand also introduced performance-tuned GRMN variants in Europe and Japan. It’s also bringing back […]

Old Dogs, New Tricks: Appearance Packages Keep the Truck Fires Burning at Toyota

The current crop of Toyota pickups are good, solid machines. This is proven by their continued sales performance, particularly the Tacoma and 4Runner. Their half-ton is behind the eight ball in terms of powertrain and interior gadgetry but continues to appeal to certain customers and enjoys healthy loyalty numbers. Hard points are expensive propositions with […]

Toyota Says Supra Development Team Stopped Talking to BMW Years Ago, Hasn’t Ruled Out Manual

Shrouded in secrecy and driven by hype, the next Toyota Supra has been a tough nut to crack. However, its co-development with the BMW Z4 left us thinking we’d soon have a situation akin to the Toyota 86 and Subaru BRZ. In this case, it possible that calling the cars “jointly developed” might not be entirely […]

2019 Toyota Supra First Drive Review | Speed-dating the fifth-gen Supra

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Filed under: Toyota,First Drives,Coupe,Performance Toyota is hush on in-progress specifications, but the car offers plenty of fun behind the wheel. Continue reading 2019 Toyota Supra First Drive Review | Speed-dating the fifth-gen Supra 2019 Toyota Supra First Drive Review | Speed-dating the fifth-gen Supra originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, […]

Toyota Recalls One Million Prius and C-HR Hybrids Over Fire Risk

Toyota is recalling over one million Prius and C-HR crossovers due to engine wires that pose a potential fire risk. Involved in the call-back are roughly 192,000 vehicles in the United States, according to estimates made by the automaker on Wednesday. However, the vast majority of the 554,000 affected vehicles reside in Japan. While no injuries […]

Uber Gets $500 Million Investment From Toyota

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Uber, Toyota sign $500M deal to put self-driving tech into Sienna minivans

Enlarge / The interior of the 2017 Toyota Sienna minivan is seen during the 2017 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, January 10, 2017. (credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images) On Monday, news emerged that Toyota has reportedly signed a $ 500 million deal with Uber regarding self-driving technology. The Japanese automaker will integrate Uber’s autonomous […]