Toyota Applies Tnga To Power Train Of New 'camry'

Toyota Applies TNGA to Power Train of New 'Camry'Toyota Motor Corp showed the new "Camry" sedan with specifications for the North American market at North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) 2017 Jan 9, 2017 (local time).
Toyota fully remodeled the Camry midsize sedan for the first time in six years, and it is the first vehicle whose power train is based on the "TNGA (Toyota New Global Architecture)," which is the company's new design/development method. The new Camry is scheduled to be released in the summer of 2017.

Nissan Leaf Vs Toyota Prius Prime

Nissan Leaf Vs Toyota Prius PrimeIf you're torn between the Leaf and the Prius Prime, the first thing you need to ask yourself is if you prefer an all-electric model like the Nissan or a plug-in hybrid like the Toyota. Naturally, there are other things you need to take into consideration, such as interior space, performance, driving range and price difference.

New Toyota C-hr Is A Well-sorted Package

New Toyota C-HR Is A Well-Sorted PackageIf the only bad thing you can say about a car is that it has poor rear visibility, we reckon the rest of it must be pretty good.
Though is that really the case with Toyota's funky-looking C-HR crossover? According to Carbuyer's James Batchelor, it might as well be, since the only negatives he found were more in line with someone's personal preferences.

2018 Toyota Prius C Confirmed For Australia

2018 Toyota Prius C confirmed for AustraliaAustralia’s Toyota Prius C will see a styling and safety update later in 2017, CarAdvice can reveal.
The updated 2018 Toyota Prius C revealed in the US earlier this week will be offered locally in the latter part of the year, bringing with it revised styling and new alloy wheels.

Toyota Executive Says Sedan Sales Could Start To Rise In 2018

Toyota Executive Says Sedan Sales Could Start To Rise In 2018Although sales of midsize cars have been tanking in recent years, particularly through the last 12 months as buyers opt for crossovers and SUVs, at least one Toyota executive is confident sedans still have some life in them.
According to Jack Hollis, group vice president for marketing for Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A., sales of midsize sedans could begin to rise in 2018 after years of steady decline.

Power And Economy Boost For Toyota Kluger

Power And Economy Boost for Toyota KlugerToyota will introduce added performance, refreshed styling and improved convenience to its family-oriented Kluger SUV when a facelifted range arrives in Australia late next month.
Kluger receives a performance infusion with gains to power and torque from its V6 powertrain, which is now equipped with direct-injection engine technology.

Toyota Uses High-tensile Steel Plates For New 'coaster' Microbus

Toyota Uses High-tensile Steel Plates for New 'Coaster' MicrobusToyota Motor Corp used high-tensile steel plate for about 30% (mass ratio) of the white body of the new "Coaster" microbus to improve collision safety at the time of overturning, etc.
Toyota employed a cyclic frame to improve the body strength of the new microbus, which will be released Jan 23, 2017. In addition, 440MPa- and 590MPa-class (tensile strength) high-tensile steel plates were used for the frame while 270MPa-class mild steel was used for the frame of the previous model.

The Crossover Toyota Prius-x You Never Knew You Wanted

The Crossover Toyota Prius-X You Never Knew You WantedTaking the latest Toyota Prius and giving it a crossover-like appearance sort of defeats its purpose, but you have to admit that this creation, does should we put it, unique?
What we have here is a Prius wearing a Dazer conversion by Car-Style, which as you can see, adds a 50mm suspension lift, plastic over-fenders, new bigger wheels with off-road tires, new front and rear bumpers with guards and a rugged roof rack.

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Toyota Nascar Camry

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Toyota NASCAR CamryToyota is really excited about its participation in NASCAR, despite a connection to its consumer cars thinner than the decals that identify it as a Camry. Disbelief in the branding fiction aside, the restyled stock car will race this year and try to protect its 2016 manufacturer's championship.

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Toyota Camry

2017 Detroit Auto Show: 2018 Toyota CamryEven as SUVs and crossovers are taking a bite out of sedan sales, the Toyota Camry still managed to be the best-selling vehicle in 2016 without a truck bed. Impressive, given that it was in the seventh and final year of its current design. And doubly so considering that it was design that was never exactly at the forefront of style, innovation or, critically, the midsize sedan pack.