Next year, Toyota plans to introduce Qi wireless charging to its new Avalon, allowing tdrivers to recharge their phones simply by tossing it onto a mat.
As the year slowly winds down, Toyota is officially confirming some of the latest pricing details on its growing lineup of 2013 hybrid models.
Toyota, focused mostly on a green car strategy that favors hybrids over electric cars, has without a doubt become the undisputed heavyweight champion of the hybrid world with vehicles like the Prius.
Toyota’s flagship sedan Avalon is going hybrid.
What if you could navigate major urban centers in a way that best helps you determine more carbon friendly ways to cover longer distances than one might normally walk or bike?
Toyota has kicked off production of a number of new vehicles, including its flagship Avalon Hybrid which is slated to arrive at dealerships by the beginning of December.
Even though Toyota may be touting a green car strategy that leans heavily on hybrids, the auto manufacturer hasn’t completely given up on electric cars.
Japan's largest showcase of electronics and information technology, CEATEC, turned out to be a bit of a razzle dazzle for electric car technology this year.
Toyota's latest concept car is dubbed the Smart Insect and is somewhat reminiscent of a Smart car, if only a tad smaller.
Toyota certainly isn't wasting any time implementing its plan to debut 21 new hybrid models by the end of 2015.
Toyota has invested a massive amount of R&D in an effort to accelerate the development of hybrid drivetrains for automobiles.
Ford has been spending quite a lot of time and money ramping up its green vehicle fleet.
Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are something auto manufacturers continue to kick around with the promise they might actually see significant numbers on the road someday.
The push by Ford to dethrone Toyota as king of the hybrids continued this week with word of the forthcoming C-MAX Hybrid's official EPA miles per gallon ratings.
If anyone doubted whether hybrid cars are here to stay or not, then look no further than Toyota's latest global sales figures.
The Nintendo DS may be one of the most popular portable gaming systems on the market, but one auto manufacturer has taken the device a step further.
Toyota has finally pulled the wraps off its new RAV4 EV, a relatively small SUV equipped with a Tesla designed powertrain.
Days ahead of its debut at the Geneva Auto Show, Toyota has released a teaser video and a few images of its new hybrid concept car, the FT-Bh.
With Toyota's new member of the Prius family set to start arriving at US dealerships in March, the company is hard at work gearing up for the release.
Japanese automaker Toyota hasn't participated in a Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) endurance race since 1999.