Toyota Car Tech
Toyota has announced that it will cease manufacturing operations in Australia by 2017, with 2500 workers to lose their jobs.
Toyota has unveiled the FV2 concept vehicle, a hands-free sort of bicycle-Segway-car hybrid that can read your emotions.
At the Tokyo Motor Show, Kawasaki unveiled the Kawasaki J — a concept three-wheeled electric vehicle that becomes sleek and streamlined for sport riding.
The automotive industry is getting in on the app craze with programs that can be downloaded directly to the car. CNET looks at the potential benefits — and headaches — of having an app ...
At the launch of the Ford Falcon EcoBoost, we spoke with John Viera, Ford's global director of sustainability and environmental matters, about making more sustainable, recyclable and efficient cars.
At the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb in July, Mitsubishi will enter an Evolution version of its i-MiEV electric car, alongside a production i-MiEV, in the new electric category.
Google's autonomous cars have hit public streets and highways in Nevada, US, as the state becomes the first to give out licences for testing driverless vehicles.
The new Toyota Camry becomes just the sixth car in Australia, and easily the cheapest, to offer buyers the option of digital radio.
Toyota and BMW have announced an agreement today to begin working together on the next generation of Lithium-ion battery technology. Additionally, BMW will begin supplying Toyota with diesel engines.
The Prius family is about to get bigger and smaller at the same time; just in time for the LA and Tokyo motor shows, Toyota has revealed the smaller, more compact version.
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