Articles about Toyota Motor Corp

Check out their specifications
It's safe to say that the most-awaited vehicle models right now in the Philippine market are the Toyota IMV (Innovative International Multipurpose Vehicle) trio of the Hilux, the Fortuner and the Innova. We can definitively tell you that the new
More efficient batteries for tomorrow's electric cars
The BMW Group and Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) have begun developing next-generation lithium-ion battery cells nearly four months after the two carmakers announced their "mid- to long-term collaboration on next-generation environment-friendly vehicles and technologies."The project is
Keeping it coy with the Camry
Toyota is turning out to be a tease of a car manufacturer. After giving us a glimpse of the next-generation Camry's headlight in a video and then posting on its Twitter account a photo of the left front corner of
What do you think Toyota showed this time?
Last July, Toyota Motor president Akio Toyoda teased us with a glimpse of the next-generation Camry's headlight in a video. Today, the Japanese carmaker is teasing us again.If the video showed Toyoda gesturing toward the next-generation Camry's
Is a headlight enough to do it for you?
The Toyota Camry is due to be replaced so while Toyota Motor Corporation is presumably waiting for its current stock to be depleted, the Japanese carmaker has decided to tease the market by giving us a glimpse of the headlight of its
At least as far as its electronic systems are concerned
It's official: the United States' National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has not found anything wrong with Toyota's electronic systems, which were initially blamed to have caused the "sudden unintended acceleration" issue that has been the Japanese carmaker's bane
Or is it really just carelessness on the motorists' part?
While remote start systems are becoming a popular feature in today's cars, a couple of incidents in the United States may have people guessing if it really is a useful feature.The system is being blamed to have claimed the life
Sells over 500,000 vehicles globally more than Honda
Nissan may not be one of the top players in the Philippine car market in recent years but the Japanese carmaker has proven to be a sales juggernaut everywhere else and it is now the second-largest Japanese car manufacturer in the
Getting closer to its production design
Wondering what the production version of the Toyota FT-86 concept will look like? Here's a sneak peek from Toyota:Dubbed as the Toyota FT-86 II, this car builds on the original concept vehicle, which debuted at the 2009 Tokyo
When will it end?
Nearly 1.7 million vehicles are being recalled by Toyota Motor due to two separate defects to the fuel pipes and high-pressure fuel sensors that can result in a leak.According to, an improperly installed pressure sensor attached to
Goodbye, all-wheel drivetrains?
As sacrilegious as it may seem, Subaru will be unveiling its rear-wheel drive Sports Car Technology Concept at the Geneva International Motor Show in March.The brand that made its name in producing World Rally Championship-winning all-wheel drive vehicles
How many units will be sold in the Philippines?
Toyota expects to sell more than eight million units this year with bulk of the sales coming from emerging markets.The Japanese carmaker is expecting higher sales for the third straight year despite the numerous recalls that plagued the brand in 2010,
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