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It's switching plans for the plant from the Corolla to the Tacoma.

While leaked documents indicate there may be no manual transmission option.

Up to 335 horsepower from a turbocharged V6 is great, but we'd really love to shift for ourselves.

Before there was the Lexus LS, there was the Toyota Cressida.

The biggest Toyota car you could buy new in the United States in 1979.

That might be wishful thinking, but here are some other great possible outcomes.

And like any dream, it probably won't be there when we wake up.

We also drive the Porsche 911 and McLaren 570GT, and of course, spend your money.

We examine the electric future.

The two automakers now own a stake in one another.

The two automakers now each own a stake in the other.

Toyota will reportedly take a five-percent stake in Mazda.

Japan's Nikkei reports that Toyota will take a five-percent stake in Mazda to develop key electric vehicle technologies and jointly build a factory in the United States.

Hybrid, plug-in sales growth slows on eve of new EV's debut

Hybrid and plug-in sales growth from U.S. automakers fall off, offsetting gains from Nissan and Honda.

And the second half of the year is expected to be worse than the first half.

Classic looks with modern amenities.

Nostalgia makes you forget all of the pains of owning a classic car.

This could revolutionize transportation. Take it from John Goodenough.

Solid state batteries are safer than lithium-ion and can be charged in minutes.

Known as the Hilux outside of North America.

A used-up example of the small pickup that made all its competitors look shoddy, the third-generation Toyota Hilux, found in a San Francisco Bay Area self-service wrecking yard.

The California-built, GM-badged Toyota sleeper sedan.

GM's version of the Toyota Sprinter, now retired in Colorado after nearly 300,000 miles on the road.

Will the Accord, Camry and other new sedans further increase Detroit's reliance on SUVs and pickups?

Will this further increase Detroit's reliance on SUVs and pickups?

These were the most stolen cars in the US in 2016.

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