TOYOTA MOTOR CORPORATION (Toyota) and NISSAN MOTOR CO., LTD. (Nissan) have concluded a basic agreement on the long-term, continuous transaction of hybrid systems including technical cooperation.
London commuters driving in and out of the centre should be able to save a staggering £1,250 in congestion charges from February 2003 by driving the revolutionary petrol-electric hybrid the Toyota Prius.
Local councils, transport services and private businesses are among the UK’s leading vehicle fleets who will be commended for their environmental contributions at this year’s annual Green Fleet Conference.
Powershift, the government-backed initiative which aims to kick-start the market for clean fuel vehicles, has today confirmed it will be providing financial assistance..
The Toyota Prius, the world’s first mass-production hybrid car, has received yet another accolade, this time for technical innovation in the Fleet World Honours.
Toyota has made its mark on Britain with Prius, Toyota’s hybrid car. Starting from the Toyota plant at Burnaston, Derby, volunteers from the Toyota Enthusiasts Club drove around central England on a route that traced out the shape of the Toyota logo.
Visitors to the London Motor Show at Earls Court 20-31 October 1999 will have to catch their breath thanks to the rapid pace of change at Toyota.
Bernard Jenkin MP, Shadow Minister for Transport, took time out in the last few days of the parliamentary session to try the new Toyota Prius on the busy roads around the Palace of Westminster.
Toyota’s ‘Mighty Atom’ 1.0-litre engine recently launched in its Yaris supermini has been voted the best engine in the world at the first ‘oscars for engines’.