The 2020 Toyota Supra is a controversial car. Styling, drivetrain, even the very identity of the car… all have come under fire as the long-anticipated nameplate returned from Toyota’s history books and headed to dealership forecourts. We’ve already driven the 2020 Supra and told you what to expect – read on for the need-to-know on why this particular coupe is … Continue reading
The 2020 Toyota Supra faces a tough audience. Fans of the original cars – with 17-plus years of misty eyed reminiscing under their belts – are automatically suspicious of anything Toyota might consider worthy of the Supra badge. Those familiar with Toyota’s current range of earnest-but-hardly-heart-pounding models are, justifiably, skeptical that the automaker could make a legitimate sports car. Then … Continue reading
Toyota is talking up the 2020 Toyota Prius Prime and billing the hybrid as an answer to rising fuel prices. The new ride will hit dealers this summer, and the LE grade will start at $27,600, the mid-range XLE grade will start at $29,500, and the Limited grade will be $33,500. Toyota says that the Prime name in the model … Continue reading
When Toyota unveiled its revamped Prius Prime plug-in hybrid, we largely liked everything about it -- except for the wonky infotainment system. With the 2020 model, Toyota has corrected that shortcoming, now offering it with both Apple CarPlay and Am...
Good news: you don't have to buy a brand new Toyota (or score a very lightly used model) just to get modern mobile conveniences. The automaker has announced that you can add Amazon Alexa and Apple CarPlay (sorry, no Android Auto) to the 2018 Camry a...
The Toyota 86 has always been a punchy little sports coupe, but now it’s getting the looks to match with the 2020 Toyota 86 Hakone Edition. Launching as a tribute to the Hakone Turnpike, the iconic driving road two hours southwest of Tokyo, it sees the 86 given a makeover outside and in. It’s based on the 2020 model year … Continue reading
In the mountains fringing Nagoya, just 30 minutes from its head office, Toyota is building a dynamic driving test center as part of a commitment to making its cars more fun to drive. Modeled on parts of the Nurburgring, one section of the new track is now up and running.
The latest version of Toyota's zero-emissions fuel-cell powered tractor truck was unveiled today in Los Angeles. Developed as part of a joint project with the Kenworth Truck Company, the Port of Los Angeles, and the California Air Resources Board (CARB), the Fuel Cell Electric heavy-duty Truck (FCET) that runs on hydrogen and produces only water as waste is intended to meet or exceed the performance of a conventional diesel truck.