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The Japanese government is looking to bring together Toyota, Nissan, and Honda, as well as Panasonic and Hitachi, to create standards and common technology for self-driving cars.
Toyota is making thousands of patents royalty-free to secure the future of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
The German software giant is moving ahead full throttle with a number of initiatives centered around both connected and energy-efficient technologies in automobiles.
After nearly two decades, the Japanese automaker makes its move towards commercialization.
With the move, IBM is in the middle of a series of partnerships and announcements as automakers race to offer better in-cockpit services, but playing to its integrator core strengths.
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It's a religion. But why such reverence when demigod Toyota keeps making faulty cars?
Glitch can make the popular car suddenly stop in its tracks. Company recalls 1.9 million of them.
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The automaker has told dealers to stop selling a variety of its cars due to heating safety worries.
Toyota has said it will eventually stop producing cars in the country, but the Australian Prime Minister isn't going down without a fight.
In the latest high-profile round of recalls, airbags and power steering are at fault.
Toyota has added a new electric vehicle to its rental lineup, where you pay for use by the minute.
The automakers have been forced to recall hundreds of thousands of vehicles due to rollaway risks and sensor problems.
Toyota says that investment in green technology has paid off, and will continue to do so.
In an unusual move, Toyota is recalling 780,000 cars for the second time following failed repairs.
Toyota says that Google Street View will be incorporated into 2014 models to help drivers find their way.
Toyota is the latest automaker to roll out discounted leases and financing in an effort to boost sluggish sales of their all-electric vehicles.
Toyota believes the sum of many small, simple cheap improvements can have bigger impact than simply giving a charity a cash donation.
Ultimately, the roadmap for smarter cars could extend to the intersection and vehicle-to-vehicle communication.
Traffic information from the automaker's 700,000 vehicles on Japanese roads will be collected and processed, and can help drivers during disasters. The new service will commence June 3.
The country has an electric mobility mission in place, and manufacturers like Toyota, Mahindra & Mahindra and Nissan are enthusiastic about electric vehicles. But there is a lot India needs to do to achieve its goals.
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