Back in 2011, Toyota developed the Collaborative Safety Research Center (CSRC) to improve safety for the manufacturer and the automotive industry as an industry. The CSRC partnered with hospitals, universities, and other entities. Now, Toyota is moving forward to the next phase with a commitment of $30 million for the next five years.Read more.
Reengineered with a focus on power and tech, the all-new Toyota Tundra is prepared to turn heads and capture attention. You’re sure to be impressed by what this truck can do for work and play. Best of all, you’ll get to see it up close and personal at Toyota of New Orleans.Read more.
Toyota has made the announcement of the BEV series, the Toyota bZ as a complete line of electrified models.Read more.
With the reintroduction and refreshing new look of the 2021 Toyota Sienna, the automaker aims to launch a campaign to spread the word of the versatility and boldness of the popular minivan. There is so much to the new Sienna, notably its hybrid powertrain that gives the bold new minivan an all-new level of fuel economy unlike any of its non-hybrid predecessors. Putting it all together, Toyota presents the Sienna in a multitude of different scenarios that shed old notions and stereotypes of the minivan. In a big effort to rebrand the Toyota Sienna as a capable, stylish, and even athletic vehicle, Toyota takes marketing to the next level on nearly all available visual mediums.Read more.
Toyota once again stuns audiences with the release of their 2021 Toyota Sienna. As it is there is a lot of excitement surrounding the 2021 model as the vehicle begins the first release year of their newest generation vehicle. Toyota has taken their classic Sienna and given it a brand-new face, along with a series of outstanding features truly fit for the modern age and still has room for the entire family. Its no surprise that the Sienna has already started pulling in awards for the coming year, as it represents an all-new generation of performance, design, and technology that can keep all your passengers endlessly informed and entertained.Read more.
While Toyota remains one of the world’s best sellers in overall vehicles, they are slowly but surely only just beginning to wow global audiences with a few of their latest vehicles that dictate all new standards in the world of pure performance. This year, Toyota introduces four vehicles that have raised eyebrows across the ranks of performance enthusiasts that operate both on and off the road. At the SEMA 360 convention, Toyota unveiled an exciting combination of Toyota Supras and a singular Toyota Tacoma, each with their own decadent modifications that are clearly pushing for the next big thing.Read more.
Automakers across the United States are beginning to make a massive jump into the bigger picture integrating safety with technology. A push for safety technology has been in the works in vehicles for well over two decades, with many vehicles using integrated computers, optics, radar, and more to further aid their drivers in staying safe. Features such as back up cameras, blind spot detection, lane change assists, and even intuitive braking were once revolutionary ideas that changed the way many cars operated. Today, many of these features are commonly found in vehicles, and the industry is shifting slowly but surely towards a more automated driving system. Now, popular automakers are teaming up together to create and implement a system in which cars can actually communicate with each other, and as a result we are seeing an all-new generation in safety technology.Read more.
It is widely considered that the decades-old brand Toyota have been pioneers in the automotive industry with innovative developments ahead of their time. In addition, Toyota has also made several conscious efforts with raising environmental awareness, providing aid for sustainable solutions to communities, and many other community efforts. The Toyota brand doesn’t begin and end at car production and sales, but rather ensuring that everyone has access to a Toyota vehicle. An ongoing endeavor of Toyota involves a collaboration with accessibility companies BraunAbility and VMI to retrofit their vehicles into being more inclusive. The companies are working together to outfit the Toyota Sienna to make it the most accessible van on the market.Read more.
Labeled as the most fuel-efficiency and quickest version of this popular model, the 2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime is set to turn heads. Prime is the first plug-in model for the RAV4 while providing up to 302 horsepower to ensure the level of performance you expect from a compact SUV.Read more.