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toyota motor Corp on Thursday unveiled new models of Lexus and Mirai in Japan, equipped with advanced driver assistance, as competition heats up to develop more self-driving and connected cars
Lexus, a luxury car brand owned by toyota motor Corp, said on Tuesday it plans to introduce 20 new or improved models by 2025, of which more than 10 will be electric
toyota motor Corp said Wednesday it will unveil two new electric vehicles that will go on sale next year in the US amid a growing push by the Biden administration to cut vehicle emissions
Japan's toyota motor Corp on Wednesday reported a bigger-than-expected 54% jump in third-quarter profit and jacked up its full-year earnings forecast, boosted by a rebound in demand as the coronavirus pandemic's impact recedes and sales climb in China
toyota motor Corp and longtime supplier partner Denso Corp will team up with self-driving car startup Aurora to develop and build autonomous minivans for ride hailing networks, the companies said on Tuesday
Japan's toyota motor Corp plans record-high global production for 2021 of 9.2 million cars, up about 2% from 2019 which was before the coronavirus pandemic, the Nikkei reported on Friday
toyota motor Corp, Fiat Chrysler and other major car makers said on Tuesday they were joining General motors in abandoning support for former president Donald Trump's effort to bar California from setting its own zero emission vehicle rules.
toyota motor Corp unveiled its Woven Planet research unit at a virtual media event on Friday, promising to deliver the world's 'safest mobility" as competition heats up to develop self-driving and connected cars.
Japan's toyota motor Corp overtook Germany's Volkswagen in vehicle sales last year, regaining pole position as the world's top selling automaker for the first time in five years as the pandemic demand slump hit its German rival harder
toyota motor Corp will settle a justice department civil probe into its delayed filing of emissions-related defect reports for $180m (roughly R2,721,351,600), sources briefed on the matter said.