Tag : Toyota
Toyota and Uber are to co-develop an autonomous ride-sharing service, scheduled to launch in 2021.
The replacement for the Toyota Auris will be named ‘Corolla’, bringing Europe in line with other global markets for the first time since 2006.
Total Security Services (TSS) has replaced all diesels in its fleet with 70 Toyota C-HR hybrid crossovers in line with its efforts to reduce its carbon footprint.
Toyota is reintroducing the Camry saloon to the UK as a hybrid-only range, indirectly replacing the Avensis and taking its presence in the D-segment upmarket.
Multi-million pound funding from the Department for Transport is to be used to increase the number of hydrogen refuelling stations in the UK, as well as … Read More »
Toyota will have no diesel passenger cars on sale in Europe by the end of this year, citing limited demand and widespread uptake of hybrid alternatives.
Business Drive Direct is a new service supporting fleet and business customers via a new call centre launched by Toyota Financial Services.
Hydrogen vehicles could buck the trend when it comes to depreciation, providing added incentives for fleets to deploy them as more models and refuelling stations arrive in … Read More »
The UK true fleet sector ended 2017 with another month in the red but helped make up for even bigger losses elsewhere in the new car … Read More »
Toyota estimates half of the company’s global sales will be electrified by 2030.
Toyota is to build a power plant capable of producing water, electricity and hydrogen using bio-waste as a fuel.
Toyota is to roll out the second-generation of its Safety Sense active safety package from 2018, with new and upgraded features.
Fleet World’s round-up of the most important headlines from the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show.
Toyota is to showcase its latest fuel cell vehicle developments with a new concept at the Tokyo Moto Show next week.
Toyota’s 2018 Rav4 will offer petrol-electric hybrid power across all model grades.
Toyota is planning to offer more powerful hybrid options across its core model line-up.
Car groups including Renault-Nissan, VW and Kia have become the latest manufacturers to launch scrappage schemes intended to tempt buyers to new, less-polluting vehicles.
It’s unquestionably clever, but the Prius PHV has a major sticking point, explains Alex Grant.
Toyota is investing more than £240m to upgrade its Burnaston plant in Derbyshire to enable production of vehicles using its new global platform.