The Congressional hearings entitled "Response by Toyota and NHTSA to Incidents of Sudden Unintended Acceleration" may have started today, but the actual response by Toyoda – that's Akio Toyoda with a "D," head of the Japanese automaker – will come tomorrow.
Congressional Hearing On Toyota Safety
Southern Illinois University automotive technology professor David Gilbert and ABC News Brian Ross
Toyoda officially invited to attend House Oversight Commitee meeting on Toyota safety - UPDATE: Guess who's coming to D.C.?
Just yesterday, Toyota Motor Company's president Akio Toyoda (yep, the grandson of the company's founder) indicated that he had no intention of attending a February 24 Congressional hearing before the House Oversight Committee. Instead, Toyoda said that Yoshimi Inaba, president of Toyota's operations in North America, will appear on behalf of of the automaker.