TOYOTA CONNECTS WITH INDUSTRY PARTNERS TO BRING POWER TO THE PEOPLE

At the same time as it continues to bring advanced, low emissions plug-in hybrid vehicles to the marketplace, Toyota knows their success will rely on customers having easy access to safe and convenient recharging points. To help make this happen, it has joined forces with fellow manufacturers in Japan to promote the installation of chargers and take the initiative to help build a national network that provides recharging facilities just where people need them.

TOYOTA PRIUS MARKS THREE MILLION WORLDWIDE SALES

KEY POINTS Cumulative sales of the Toyota Prius passed three million in June Milestone achieved 16 years after debut of first generation model UK sales top 61,000 since market introduction in 2000 Toyota investing more than £5 billion in R&D […]

RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE CONVERTS TO TOYOTA

Toyota and the Rugby Football League (RFL) are pleased to announce a new partnership which sees Toyota become the official car supplier to the sport’s governing body in the UK and to England head coach Steve McNamara.

PODIUM FINISH FOR TOYOTA AT LE MANS

 Toyota negotiated gruelling weather and an incident-packed race to bring both its TS030 Hybrid cars home in the Le Mans 24 Hours on Sunday (23 June). The No8 car of Anthony Davidson, Sébastien Buemi and Stéphane Sarrazin equalled Toyota’s best […]

TOYOTA INCREASES ITS BRITISH MANUFACTURING OUTPUT WITH START OF PRODUCTION OF NEW AURIS TOURING SPORTS

Toyota opened a new chapter in its European operations today with the official start of production of the new Auris Touring Sports at Toyota Manufacturing UK’s (TMUK) Burnaston car plant. The Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin MP, UK Secretary of State for Transport, joined Didier Leroy, President and CEO of Toyota Motor Europe, at a ceremony to see the new car off the line at the Derbyshire factory.