If you were to collect just one car from the Fast & Furious franchise, it would be undoubtedly the orange Toyota Supra as seen in the first FF movie. I mean the “10-second car” was like the key to the first FF movie. And you know what? Lucky you, this car is actually up for …
While Lexus is one of the pioneer in luxury hybrid vehicles, it is not known for EVs. Especially not in stateside where its first UX 300e is not available. But with the unveiling of the Lexus LF-Z Electrified BEV Concept, there’s a new hope for a Lexus BEV in North America.
Toyota Racing Development or TRD is a in-house tuner for Toyota and Lexus cars. By that sense, it has nothing do with, say, camping. But then it got this: the Toyota TRD-Sport Trailer.
You know what A80 Toyota Supra was known for beside its potential for insane horsepower? Targa top. Last checked, Toyota has no plans for a topless J29 (A90), let alone a Targa top variant. But Toyota had given petrol heads an idea what a Targa top A90 may looked like.
Why should SUVs look like one that does grocery run and dropping kids at soccer practice? If every SUV looks the Toyota RAV-4 Rally Car Concept, perhaps more men will be inclined getting behind the wheel of one (and even volunteering for anything that requires him to drive the car).
It is a known fact that Japan always get the cool stuff. What some of us don’t know is, that applies to McDonald’s Happy Meal (or just Happy Set, as it is known in Japan). In commemoration of Tomica’s 50th anniversary, Happy Set sold starting April 17 will include a Tomica toy vehicle.
This is a Toyota HiAce. It is a people mover and trusty cargo van. But this HiAce is not your everyday van. Right. It has all the cosmetics of a sports car. Rear wing, wide body aero kit and wait, what? A Nissan R35 GT-R exhaust??? That, folks, is hint that this the mods on …
Here’s a new subcompact car from Toyota for everyone else outside of Japan to drool over. It is the Toyota GR Yaris Special Edition, a homologation model of the FIA WRC, developed from the ground up with Tommi Mäkinen Racing. See why you should be drooling over this ride now?
The aerospace industry must be feeling the heat of competitions. In addition to “traditional” competitors, aerospace companies now have deal with automakers getting into the business of flying too. The latest to join the short range air superiority race is Japanese automaker, Toyota.
Following Hyundai Motor Group and the sensational 500 miles range Lightyear One EV, it was revealed that Toyota has begun testing a new solar-powered Prius. In partnership with Sharp Corporation and Japanese government agency for research of environmental and energy technology NEDO, a Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle (PHV) is outfitted with solar panels on …