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Toyota to stay in UK despite Brexit 0

In welcome news post Brexit; the world’s largest car manufacturer, Toyota, has said it intends to remain in the UK, even if trading conditions should change following Britain’s exit from the EU. The executive vice-president of the Japanese giant, Didier Leroy, said it trusted the UK government to provide “fair treatment” allowing businesses to maintain(…)

Toyota recalls 5.8 million cars due to faulty airbag 0

Potentially faulty airbags have seen the world’s biggest car maker Toyota, recall upwards of 5.8 million cars. Models affected include the Corolla and the Yaris subcompact model, the majority being sold in Japan, China and Europe. The production dates of the cars in question were from May 2000 to November 2001, and April 2006 and(…)

2016 Toyota Prius Takes to the public roads 0

The upcoming 2016 Toyota Prius hybrid has been spotted testing with a brand new look ahead of its 2016 release, the images for the disguised version show that its design is a lot cleaner and more aerodynamic then the last model. The appearance It’s rumoured that the new Prius will include different trim styles for(…)

The history of the Toyota Celica 0

The Toyota Celica is one of the most iconic roadsters in history. Lasting 7 generations, production lasted from December 1970 until April 2006. The name Celica derives from the Latin language, with the word célico meaning “heavenly”. That’s certainly one way of putting it. The First Generation The Celica had it all. Great looks a(…)

Toyota aiming for a push in India 0

Toyota has a strong presence in establish car markets such as the UK and the North America but are not quite up to scratch with emerging car markets such as India. Toyota has bounced back from losing out on the number one car producer spot last year with strong sales in 2012. They understand that(…)

Use your Smartphone through a different platform 0

The Tokyo Motor Show was one of the most anticipated automotive of the year purely based on the technology that it had to offer. It didn’t disappoint, as the Toyota demonstrated with their smartphone reader. Simply place it upon a stand and the car’s display system reads it. The user will be able to interact(…)

What has happened to Toyota after the tsunami in Japan? 0

Recently there was a devastating tsunami in Japan that lost 350 lives, destroyed buildings and also many cars. Measured at  7.3 magnitude on the Richter Scale over 2 months ago the disaster struck and just recently another earthquake hit the same region of the northeast coast. With the car industry being severely affected from the(…)