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Bosch has developed new technology that it says could stop, once and for all, the debate about the death of diesel and ensure a future for diesel cars.
Toyota will have no diesel passenger cars on sale in Europe by the end of this year, citing limited demand and widespread uptake of hybrid alternatives.
The UK true fleet sector ended 2017 with another month in the red but helped make up for even bigger losses elsewhere in the new car market.
Toyota estimates half of the company’s global sales will be electrified by 2030.
Toyota Motor Europe is to establish a new Fleet Mobility Solutions group as it looks to ensure a one-stop service for customers.
Toyota is to build a power plant capable of producing water, electricity and hydrogen using bio-waste as a fuel.
A new product that will make previously leased Toyotas available for short-term rentals to rideshare drivers is to go on trial in the US.
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Toyota is sticking with hydrogen fuel cell technology despite pressing ahead with research into longer-range solid-state batteries, revealing two concepts at the Tokyo Motor Show to showcase the technology.
Toyota is to showcase its latest fuel cell vehicle developments with a new concept at the Tokyo Moto Show next week.
Toyota, Mazda and automotive components manufacturer Denso have announced details of a new joint venture intended to fast-track development of electric vehicle technologies.
Toyota is planning to offer more powerful hybrid options across its core model line-up.
A new car-sharing technology is being tested by Toyota and Servco Pacific Inc (Servco) in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Toyota and Mazda are to jointly develop technologies for electric vehicles as well as connected cars under a new agreement worth 50 billion yen (380 million euros).
Toyota and the Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT) are to work together on developing an ICT platform for connected cars.
Toyota is investing more than £240m to upgrade its Burnaston plant in Derbyshire to enable production of vehicles using its new global platform.
Ford and Toyota have teamed up to establish a non-profit organisation to manage open-source software for smartphone app development.