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TOYOTA TO BRING LATEST TECHNOLOGIES AND TOYOTA PRODUCTION SYSTEM TO SUPPORT MOBILITY AT THE OLYMPIC AND PARALYMPIC GAMES TOKYO 2020

Universal access, electrified technologies, including fuel cell technology, automated driving, mobility as a service, connected mobility and TPS-based transportation support are among the technologies and services that will give officials, athletes and spectators an experience of tomorrow’s “mobility for all” and support the sustainable and smooth operation of “the most innovative Games in history”. With two years to go until the Olympic and…

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TOYOTA NEWS AND FEATURES 21 DECEMBER 2017

The latest from the UK and overseas Click the “read more” links to access the full stories and pictures. Get the latest Toyota media news first – sign up for our email service here Toyota powers up its electric vehicle ambitions Toyota Motor Corporation has mapped out its plans to sell more than 5.5 million electrified vehicles a year by 2030 – a figure that includes one million zero-emission vehicles. This will be achieved through acceleration…

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WORLD PREMIERE FOR TOYOTA I-ROAD AT GENEVA MOTOR SHOW

KEY POINTS Toyota i-ROAD, a new form of transport, making its debut at Geneva Compact, all-electric, three-wheeled personal mobility vehicle (PMV) with a comfortable, enclosed two-seater cabin New Toyota ‘Active Lean’ technology automatically balances the vehicle when cornering or travelling over stepped surfaces 850mm width is no greater than a conventional two-wheeler, making i-ROAD as easy to manoeuvre as a scooter or motorcycle through…

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SEVEN-ELEVEN JAPAN AND TOYOTA TO LAUNCH JOINT NEXT-GENERATION CONVENIENCE STORE PROJECT, AIMING FOR GREATER REDUCTIONS IN CO2 EMISSIONS

Project involves use of hydrogen fuel cell trucks and generators Promotion of CO2 emissions reduction and energy conservation in convenience store distribution system and operation Seven-Eleven Japan Co Ltd (Seven-Eleven) and Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) have announced details of a joint project to reduce CO2 emissions. Since the two businesses entered into a basic agreement in August 2017 on considerations towards energy conservation and…

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