Toyota's New Video Series Takes Us Behind The Scenes
In a series of newly released videos and photos, Toyota is taking people behind the scenes at its Motomachi factory campus to show off the 13 people responsible for putting together the Mirai fuel cell vehicle.
Toyota's Euro-market rival for the VW Golf and Ford Focus is getting a facelift with new engines, equipment, sheetmetal and cabin space. It's set to debut at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show alongside the new Avensis.
Due to the weak value of the yen, Toyota is on track to have four times the per-vehicle profit of its US competitors, The Detroit News reports. Some allege currency manipulation gives the automaker an edge.
The West Coast labor dispute between the dockworkers union and port owners is continuing to affect Japanese automakers with factories in the United States. Subaru, Honda, Toyota and Nissan are all airlifting some parts into the country to avoid shortages.
Skilled Driver Takes Apart Camry Hybrid Battery For DIY Fix
An imgur user explains how he fixed the battery in his Toyota Camry Hybrid with vinegar, baking soda, and water. Instead of paying a $4,400 estimate to replace a battery, he paid less than $10. But this DIY experience is definitely not for everyone.
In less than four years, Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi has built 500,000 vehicles - all of them Corollas - hitting the milestone faster than any of the automaker's other American assembly plants.
After the long, expensive development of the Lexus LFA, the Japanese luxury brand has absolutely no intention to build a supercar successor anytime soon. Instead, the company is going to stick to more accessible performance through its F performance sub-brand.
A labor dispute between a West Coast dockworkers union and management is forcing Honda and Subaru to fly in parts to their US factories to avoid production delays. It costs about $60 million more per month to bring the components in by air rather than by ship.