Latest Toyota car news
The first dedicated EV from Toyota debuts a new electric platform, solar charging, and previews Toyota's cabin of the future.
The concept version of the next-gen Aygo - called the Aygo X Prologue - is a striking reimagination of the city runabout. See the pictures here.
Toyota could fully reveal its first mass market fully electric vehicle for Europe on Wednesday 17 March.
Toyota has announced it will introduce its first widely available all-electric vehicles in the US sometime in the latter half of 2021.
Toyota's ultra-compact, the Yaris, is getting the SUV treatment. This hybrid S-SUV will be hitting Europe in 2021. Here's what it looks like.
Toyota adds a key plug-in model to its SUV line-up
From automation to robots, hydrogen cars & electric vehicles, Toyota is supporting the Tokto 2020 Olympics in a multitude of ways. Here's our top 5.
A fleet of electric and autonomous Toyota minibuses will be used to ferry athletes around at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The 5m-long vehicle is called th...
At CES 2018, Toyota - the world's biggest car company - announced a new autonomous vehicle, called e-Palette, along with news that every Toyota and Le...
Concept cars always push the boundaries of what is possible for car design and Toyota's latest design is no different.Called the "Fine-Comfort Ride" -
Toyota has been at the forefront of hybrid vehicles since its Prius was released back in 1997. Now it's got a new version of its plug-in hybrid that's
We're sat in the passenger side of a Lexus GS 450h driving along a highway. Which might not sound like all too unusual an experience. Only this Lexus ...
As part of the build up to 21 October 2015, the date Marty McFly travelled to in Back to the Future II, Toyota has been seeding videos onto YouTube an...
Toyota has announced that drivers of its new Yaris will be able to download and use the Aupeo app to stream personalised music in their cars.This is t...
Toyota is definitely targetting families with its 2015 version of the Sienna minivian. The new vehicle features a built-in microphone that can amplify
Toyota has officially confirmed that it will begin selling its fuel cell cars in Europe in 2015.The car will closely resemble the FCV concept shown in
Toyota should be the world’s first car manufacturer to release an affordable hydrogen fuel cell powered car to the public. This is the first time the
A fully electric car that integrates Microsof’s Kinect motion detection along with the ability to open its doors via a voice command has been unveiled