Toyota has released a teaser of its new FT-1 to come to Gran Turismo 6 TOYOTA has released images and a video of a new racing version of its FT-1 supercar ahead of its virtual unveiling in the Gran Turismo 6 PlayStation game in September this year. Following the real-world debut of Toyota’s FT-1 …
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More and more, people over the last couple of decades have come to realize just how true Toyota’s old slogan “I love what you do for me” is holding up. The proof is in the pudding, as Toyota has become one of the world’s best selling car brands, and continues to lead the market in developing economical and reliable vehicles.
The 2014 Toyota RAV 4 continues to be one of the top selling SUVs in the nation. It has the style, size and affordability to stand out. Here are four things you should know about the Toyota RAV4. Power The RAV4 comes with a 2.5-liter 4-cylinder engine that produces 176 horsepower. It’s also a 6-speed [ ] The post 4 things to know about the 2014 Toyota Rav4 appeared first on Rolling Out.
Toyota is researching a vehicle that’s somewhere between a flying car and a hovercraft — the hover car. Yoshiki would not elaborate on how far along research was, or if the company planned on ever bringing the technology to market. Though most assumed the Toyota official was referring to hover technology, it’s also possible Toyota is looking into magnetic levitation tech like that used by personal rapid transit developers like SkyTran.
Here’s some BIG news for Toyota: they’re moving their headquarters! Yes, Toyota is moving their operation from California to the great state of Texas. “As we visited those four primary locations, it became quite clear that the Dallas metro area was far and above the best choice,” said Jim Lentz, Toyota’s CEO for North America. The major of the move should take place during 2016 and we here at Universal Toyota could not be anymore excited!
Toyota is making a surprise move from California, announcing it would transfer its U.S. headquarters and about 3,000 jobs from the Los Angeles suburbs to the outskirts of Dallas. The world’s largest automaker will keep a foothold in California — about 2,300 jobs will remain in California after …