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Toyota to ramp up hybrid efforts to go greener, faster

By Andrew Krok

Toyota has finally seen the light and started work on electric vehicle development in earnest. But its bread-and-butter hybrids haven't been forgotten -- in fact, Toyota's speeding up their development, too.

Toyota said it plans to expand hybrid development over the next half a decade in order to keep hitting global emissions targets, Reuters reports. To make this happen, Toyota will expand its hybrid development team by 30 percent through 2021…

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Nuevo Toyota Corolla: Un clásico que se renueva

Por Manuel Paredes

Toyota presentó en Chile el New Corolla, noticia que llega en momentos en los que la marca celebra los 50 años del lanzamiento del mítico modelo de la marca japonesa, y cuya nueva versión se destaca por un marcado carácter de deportividad.

En el Bar Alonso de Vitacura, Toyota presentó a la prensa especializada el nuevo lanzamiento de este clásico que inmediatamente llama la atención por…

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What can small farms learn from 'the Toyota Way?'

By Jesse Frost

Modeling our farms after factories hasn’t exactly resulted in the most sustainable farming practices over the years. The shift toward feedlots, concentrated animal feeding operation (CAFOs), and monocultures can be directly attributed to factory thinking — and to the fact that agriculture has increasingly become like a production line in recent decades.

Of course, not all factories are the same. And a new line of thinking suggests that today’s farmers might…

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TOYOTA: Record truck sales drive 4.3% increase

By John Irwin

Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A.’s November sales rose 4.3 percent to 197,645 vehicles compared with a year ago, propelled by record light-truck sales.

The group sold a November-best 112,126 light trucks -- a 15 percent gain -- which offset declining car sales, down 6.8 percent to 85,519 units.

“We expect to see the industry set a new sales record for November,” said Bill Fay, general manager of…

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OMG, It’s the 2018 Toyota Camry’s Taillight

By Joseph Capparella

If a vehicle were ever to be defined by a single rear fender view, then the 2018 Toyota Camry is shaping up to be quite the machine. In a single teaser image, Toyota somehow managed to fit an LED taillight, an aggressive fender vent/speed-hole thingie, an “XSE” badge, a rear spoiler, a shiny wheel, and an aggressive C-pillar kink. Oh, and a tire. Looks sporty, right? Toyota USA chief Bob Carter…

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Toyota Launches Free Navigation App

By Sean McLain

The auto maker’s TC Smartphone Navigation app is available in Japan

TOKYO— Toyota Motor Corp. is taking another stab at riding the smartphone wave with a free navigation app that provides driving directions and live traffic updates in Japan, after a previous paid version of the service failed to catch on.

The app, called TC Smartphone Navigation, mimics offerings from Alphabet Inc.’s Google Maps and Waze, or Apple Inc.’s…

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Toyota anuncia el nuevo Camry 2018 en un teaser

En apenas un mes, asistiremos a la llegada de una nueva generación del Camry, un modelo que es todo un ganador y un valor seguro en los Estados Unidos, donde es actualmente el turismo más vendido del mercado. Toyota tiene planeado presentarlo en el Salón de Detroit, y para anunciarlo, nos presenta el primer teaser del modelo.

En la imagen descubrimos una de las esquinas traseras, donde asoman…
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Toyota And Volkswagen In Fierce Battle For World's Largest Automaker Title

By Bertel Schmitt

With only two laps to go in the race for the title of World’s Largest Automaker, Volkswagen squeezed ahead of Toyota by just 9,000 units in year-to-date deliveries, data released by the companies show. Separated by a rounding error, the two global auto giants are in a neck-on-neck battle that promises to be thrilling through the last round.

Both automakers produced nearly 8.5 million units in the January through…

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Toyota adjusts car-truck ratio

By Laurence Iliff

New C-HR subcompact crossover to fill big hole in lineup

LOS ANGELES -- Toyota is working to rebalance its U.S. portfolio and production to get its roughly 50-50 car-truck sales split more in line with a market that's running 60-40 in favor of light trucks.

As part of its push, the company has a new weapon in its arsenal: the aggressively styled C-HR, shown in its U.S. form at the…

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