As usual, pickup trucks were the best-selling vehicles in America in September 2018. But there are a few interesting surprises in this month's top 10 list.
They barely miss the 'Plus' because of average headlights.
And we mean a real reveal. Probably. Finally.
Their U.S. production is protected, but imports from Japan are at risk
Everybody's building one, so why aren't we soaring over traffic already?
The packages add blacked-out and color-coded accents.
Engineer says 'market feedback' will determine if a manual Supra gets built.
The new Corolla is pretty damn good.
Toyota joined the modern era when it started adding CarPlay to its vehicles early in 2018, but that hasn't done you much good if you're an Android user. You might get some relief soon, though. Bloomberg sources said that Toyota has agreed to put direct Android Auto support in its cars, with an announcement as soon as October. You could use the feature through Ford's SmartDeviceLink before, but that limited both their appearance on the center screen and limited their data access. Toyota wouldn't
Tesla needs to figure out how to become the Amazon of vehicle transport.
Toyota Supra assistant chief engineer says the teams haven't spoken with each other in four years.
Toyota is hush on in-progress specifications, but the car offers plenty of fun behind the wheel.
Toyota's Japanese supply chain is affected by Hokkaido earthquake.
But charging infrastructure is a big problem there.
The best-selling vehicle in America in August, 2018, was the Ford F-Series pickup truck, as usual. But there are a few surprises in the top 10. Click here to see the hottest vehicles in the United States.
Toyota will recall some 192,000 vehicles in the United States to mitigate a fire risk related to hybrid power unit harnesses.