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Toyota Will Launch 2 Special Edition Corollas



Toyota recently announced the launch of two special editions of their popular Corolla model: the Corolla LE and the Corolla S. Both models contain the characteristics that have made the Corolla one of the most beloved and oft-purchased cars amongst Toyota's wide variety of vehicles, but they also boast some bonus features for added appeal. Both models are limited editions, so consumers interested in purchasing one are advised to buy sooner than later.  
Corolla S Special Edition

Like the original Corolla, the Corolla S is a four-door sedan with all of the requisite safety features and impressive gas mileage…
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Breaking Bad TV Show Sells Their Beloved 1984 Toyota Tercel


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Fans of the popular television show Breaking Bad will be excited to hear that a car used in its production is now up for grabs. Celebrity website TMZ recently wrote an article about the car and it's recent sale at a car dealership in Albuquerque that is garnering a ton of attention from a worldwide audience. This car that has is such a hot commodity and has had Facebook bids rolling in upwards of $8,000 is a 1984 Toyota Tercel.

Breaking Bad

This television show began in January of 2008 and is currently in its…
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Scion FR-S Chief Engineer Eyeing a Possible Sedan

Tetsuya Tada, the chief engineer behind the Scion FR-S, recently mentioned his desire for a sedan in the Scion lineup. The comment came in an interview with AutoGuide in which Tada explained some future possibilities for the line and the next logical steps. More information about Tada's comments can be found here: http://www.topspeed.com/cars/car-news/scion-fr-s-chief-interested-in-sedan-and-shooting-brake-versions-ar149927.html.

Possible Future Developments

Tada's concepts for the Scion FR-S would involve testing the vehicle's limits when it comes to both body and interior. Among the long term goals that the engineer mentioned is the aforementioned Scion sedan…
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Toyota Enters the Electric Commercial Vehicle Market

Toyota has been an industry leader when it comes to providing environmentally-friendly passenger vehicles. They're now expanding their reach into the commercial vehicle market by testing an electric delivery van in Japan. The van was developed in partnership with three other Japanese manufacturers: Yamato, TMC and Hino.

Truck Design

The vehicle that's currently being tested is a refrigerated van that somewhat resembles a box truck. It is being dubbed a "super low" truck because the bed of it sits only about 17 inches off the ground. It has a cab that contains bucket seats to accommodate a driver…
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The Process behind the Toyota NASCAR Race Vehicle



Recently, Toyota has released a unique and behind-the-scenes video for racing fans and site visitors on their blog, Toyota Racing. The video displays the process that Toyota engineers and NASCAR racing officials had to go through while designing and building the new 2013 Toyota Camry model for the Sprint Cup Series.


Key Officials behind the Process

In the video, racing industry officials were interviewed about the process behind the vehicle. Names such as Andy Graves, V.P. of Chassis Engineering, Kevin Hunter from Calty Design Research, Joe Gibbs, and racecar drivers Michael Waltrip and Kyle…
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6 Reasons Why You Should Purchase a Toyota

Toyota's are unquestionably one of the best vehicles traveling the roads today. In terms of quality of design, durability, technology, safety and appearance, it is hard to beat Toyota. There are at least 6 good reasons to buy a Toyota the next time you are in the market for a new car.

1. One of the Longest Lasting Vehicles on the Road Today

Statistics show that 80% of the Toyota's sold over the last 20 years are still on the road today; however, proper maintenance is the key to a long lasting vehicle, and Toyota strives to make…
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Toyota Wins Award from MIT

Toyota has long been recognized as a company of excellence. Recently, it maintained than reputation by being awarded an honor from MIT Technology Review magazine. Toyota was named one of the 50 most disruptive companies. This title is more positive than it initially sounds. By giving Toyota this distinction, MIT is recognizing the company as highly innovative and capable of breaking boundaries in its field.

What is a Disruptive Company?

MIT Technology Review defines a disruptive company as a business whose innovations force other businesses to alter their strategic course. In this sense, they are disrupting the status quo in…
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The Most Popular Car for Youth Drivers in 2012? The Scion tC


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New data released by J.D. Power has confirmed that the Scion tC was the most popular car for young drivers between the ages of 16 and 35, and there are many reasons youthful drivers enjoy this particular compact coupe by Toyota. From a roomy interior with plenty of space for friends to a generous cargo capacity perfect for road trip gear, the Scion tC has plenty to offer young, energetic drivers.

The Basics

Beginning with keyless entry, the Scion tC has some excellent features that come standard on the vehicle. Along with air conditioning and cruise…
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Toyota Helps Hurricane Sandy Victims



Hurricane Sandy was a devastating storm that hit the Northeastern United States in October of 2012. Toyota has gone out of its way to lend a hand to victims of this horrific storm by providing relief agencies with the help they so desperately need.

Hurricane Sandy

This hurricane was the largest Atlantic hurricane that has ever been recorded with winds spanning 1,100 miles. Estimates of the damage have nearly reached $75 billion which marks it as the second costliest hurricane in the Atlantic Ocean with only Hurricane Katrina causing more monetary damage. In the seven different countries that were…
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What is the Toyota i-Road?



At the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, Toyota revealed the i-Road concept car, reiterating its dedication to battery-powered electric mobility. This new personal mobility vehicle concept is designed for driving in the city. Let's take a more in-depth look at what the Toyota i-Road is.


Details about the i-Road

The i-Road is basically an enclosed motorcycle with 3 wheels, which makes it safer. It's completely powered by a lithium-ion battery, which means it doesn't release carbon emissions and it can travel as far as 30 miles on one charge. The vehicle isn't…
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