Friday , May 20 2022
Home / Tag Archives: Toyota (page 4)

Tag Archives: Toyota

Bid for rare Toyota cars

Toyota Supra Red Nose Day

Under the hammer – Toyota puts two unique heritage vehicles in Red Nose Day auction. Toyota is giving you the chance to own a piece of motoring history and support Comic Relief. Two rare cars from the Japanese giant’s UK collection will be sold in special online auctions. The duo …

Read More »

7-up for Go Ultra Low

Go Ultra Low line-up

Audi, Mitsubishi and Volkswagen have joined the Government’s Go Ultra Low campaign. The trio have teamed up with existing members BMW, Nissan, Renault and Toyota to increase awareness of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) among British car buyers. Between them, the seven Go Ultra Low members boast 15 ULEVs – from …

Read More »

Fuel of the future

Solar-powered hydrogen refuellling at Swindon

Zero-emission motoring moves a step closer as UK gears up for hydrogen fuel cell cars. With the first mass-produced fuel cell vehicles (FCV) hydrogen fuel about to his the roads and plans for a network of refuelling stations, the UK is getting set for the next big thing. FCVs have …

Read More »

Toyota’s seven million hybrids

Toyota reaches seven million hybrid sales milestone

Japanese car giant’s global hybrid vehicle sales reach new milestone in record time. By the end of September, the total number of Toyota and Lexus hybrids reached 7.053m worldwide – a rise of a million cars in just nine months. Toyota’s hybrid range is continuing to grow, with 28 different …

Read More »

Lexus NX hits the road

First Lexus NX rolls of the production line in Japan

First Lexus NX crossover rolls off the production line in Japan. As you can see, it’s been a big day at Lexus’s Miyata plant in Japan with the official start of production ceremony for the much-hyped new NX. It’s an important car because it’s the first attempt by Toyota’s luxury …

Read More »

Tomorrow’s World from Toyota

Toyota Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicle revealed

Final design of Japanese car giant’s hydrogen fuel cell vehicle revealed. It may not look it, but this is probably the future of motoring. Toyota has released details of its landmark car – one of the first FCV’s to go into mass production. The pioneering four-door saloon will be launched …

Read More »

Toyota’s hybrid milestone

Toyota Auris Hybrid Touring Sports

Japanese car giant Toyota celebrates sales of 100,000 hybrids in the UK. It’s hard to believe, but Toyota launched its first generation Prius on October 19, 2000. Now, 14 years on, 100,000 Toyota hybrids have been sold in the UK. So it’s fitting that the landmark car was a British-built …

Read More »

Toyota’s FCV on track for 2015

Toyota's hydrogen fuel cell-powered concept car

Mass production hydrogen fuel cell cars move a step closer. We’re on the verge of the next big thing in motoring. Toyota says it’s on track to bring its first hydrogen fuel cell-powered car (FCV or FCEV) to market in 2015. Building on the success it’s achieved with hybrid technology, …

Read More »

Toyota’s tilting i-Road trial

Toyota's tilting i-Road electric car on trial

First public trials of Toyota’s revolutionary i-Road electric three-wheeled “personal mobility vehicle”. Consumer testing has started in Tokyo and will run to to early June, with 10 of the single-seater vehicles taking to the city streets. Their mission – to find out how it shapes up in the cut-and-thrust of …

Read More »

The Increasing Popularity of the Toyota Hybrid

The Increasing Popularity of the Toyota Hybrid

2014 is said to be the year of the Toyota Hybrid. The popularity of these vehicles is always increasing, but why? Firstly let’s consider these types of cars in general. Hybrid cars use more than one means of propulsion and at the moment that means combining a conventional petrol or …

Read More »