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Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride Specs and Release Date
In the automotive industry, there are performance-leaders, reliability-leaders and budget-leaders. Call us biased, but we believe Toyota checks all three of these boxes. In fact, it could be argued that all three of these titles are won with the flagship-model 2018 Toyota Camry V6. It’s true, Toyota is no stranger to coming in first on a lot of positive lists.
One of the titles for which you don’t see as much competition as the others is the coveted position of “thought leader.” This title is reserved for manufacturers that are doing more than putting out great automobiles that respond to current market trends, needs and wants. True thought leaders do more than look at the market now, they look ahead. (more…)
Since the introduction of the Toyota Prius, twenty years ago, Toyota has been working hard on hybrid, plug-in hybrid, fully-electric and fuel-cell vehicles. The last one especially has been a charge led by Toyota with vehicles like the Mirai.
Alternative fuel vehicles have been around for awhile, though, and always seem to wind up in similar places. They offer little cargo room, or power, and prevent drivers from traveling very far. That’s all about to change. In an October 12, 2017 press release, Toyota has detailed their work into the future of commercial transportation, namely trucking, through the use of highly-efficient fuel-cell vehicle technology. (more…)
It has been about a month since Toyota’s new concept vehicle the FT-4X debuted at the 2017 New York International Auto Show. The concept vehicle was designed for the millennial professional by Toyota’s Calty Design Research Inc. After extensive research, Calty Design aimed to create a vehicle that would mesh with millennial’s casual and often spontaneous attitude towards adventure. Using a toolbox as inspiration, Toyota and Calty Design crafted a thoughtful crossover with a simple yet bold “X themed” design. We are sharing some of the innovative features in the Toyota FT-4X concept vehicle below. Keep Reading. (more…)