Toyota brings down the price axe on the 2014 Prius Plug-in hybrid as it attempts to beef up sales of this battery-powered vehicle.
Toyota plans to expand one of the most innovative urban transportation trials on the planet, adding a wave of new electric vehicles for short range driving.
Toyota, at a global gathering of its hybrid fleet, offers up new details about the next generation Prius.
Toyota announces a sporty Yaris Hybrid concept study to be unveiled in Germany next month, alongside word of perhaps something new on the fuel cell front.
Toyota plans to show off a 400 hp hybrid concept next month, and money’s on it being something akin to its Yaris Hybrid in Europe.
Toyota fires back at upstart Ford’s growth in the hybrid space, reminding the American automaker how much catch up it still has to do to beat out the Prius and other offerings.
Japan puts up over $1.025 billion in subsidies for installation of EV charging facilities, and Honda, Toyota, Nissan and Mitsubishi Motors collaborate on how to get it done.
Toyota commits to adding new workers to its production efforts in Indiana, with some of these people building out Highlander Hybrids.
Toyota puts to the sidewalks of Japan with a new personal mobility robot which functions much like a Segway.
Toyota continues to rock the hybrid market segment, unveiling it now has sold over three million Prius vehicles globally since the car debuted in 1997.