Toyota is an official partner of Red Nose Day, aiming to raise at least £1 million to support the work of Comic Relief.
Toyota and Lexus are helping keep England’s Rugby League World Cup heroes ahead of the game, providing a fleet of vehicles for the national team’s overseas players and physio. The support during the five-week-long competition
Toyota is taking to Twitter to reveal the principles and processes it uses to build cars at its UK plant in a world-first social media project.
The 2012 Toyota Avensis is continuing to meet the needs of one of Toyota’s largest and long standing fleet customers. Ashfield In2Focus is the UK’s leading provider of contract services to the pharmaceutical industry, and for being such a longstanding customer – the Managing Director and Business Service Director were given an exclusive tour of the UK Burnaston plant to drive the car and see the build process first hand.
The new British-built Avensis makes its entrance not only sporting some sharp new styling and extra equipment, it has also undergone detailed changes to improve its dynamic performance, ride comfort and, in respect of the best-selling 2.0-litre D-4D engine, lower emissions and better fuel economy.
The start of production of the new Avensis at Toyota’s Burnaston factory brings some welcome good news for Britain’s manufacturing industry.