NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2017 — Lexus International today announced the 12 finalists for the Lexus Design Award 2017. Three finalists based in the USA were selected, marking the first time designers from this region have advanced to the final round. First launched in 2013 to help stimulate the ideas necessary to build a better tomorrow, the Lexus International Design Award is celebrating its fifth anniversary. The competition supports up-and-coming designers and creators worldwide. Lexus Design Award 2017 drew 1,152 entries from 63 countries under the theme of “Yet.”
PRINCETON, Ind . – Toyota Indiana and its 4,700 team members hit a new high today.
Toyota takes waste management seriously. That’s why all materials—everything used to make our vehicles, not just what ends up in the final product—and processes are evaluated to improve chemical management and waste minimization.
Lexus Eco Challenge Finalists Conquer Conservation and Climate Issues to Win $10,000 and a Chance to Compete for Up to $30,000 More
TORRANCE, Calif. – Dec. 10, 2013 – Trading cell phones for calculators, and fashion trends for lab coats, 32 middle and high school teams were selected as finalists for the Lexus Eco Challenge – claiming a $10,000 prize to be shared among the team, teacher and school.
Toyota/Lexus Financial Services Expands Successful ‘GoGreen’ Campaign, and Doubles Pledge Up to $200,000 to Boys & Girls Clubs of America
TORRANCE, Calif., March 12, 2013 –Due to an overwhelming response to its second annual “ GoGreen ” campaign, Toyota Financial Services (TFS) / Lexus Financial Services (LFS) announced it is doubling its commitment to the Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) during the final weeks of the campaign, donating up to $200,000 to the non-profit organization.
DETROIT, Jan. 9, 2013 – Toyota is in the final stages of erecting its largest exhibit ever for the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS).
TOYOTA NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) – Post-Race Notes & Quotes – Darlington Raceway Toyota driver Kasey Kahne earned his first NASCAR Camping World Truck Series (NCWTS) victory driving for Kyle Busch Motorsports in Saturday night’s 200-mile race at South Carolina’s Darlington Raceway. The win also marked the Enumclaw, Wash.-native’s first win in a Tundra and third in the NCWTS in four starts. Kahne led 95 (of 147) laps en route to victory lane. Tundra drivers Todd Bodine (third), Timothy Peters (sixth) and David Starr (10th) earned top-10 finishes in tonight’s race at the 1.366 egg-shaped race track. Justin Lofton (13th), Travis Kvapil (17th), Max Papis (18th), Craig Goess (19th), Dusty Davis (21st), Brendan Gaughan (25th), Miguel Paludo (27th), Tayler Malsam (29th), Johanna Long (31st) and Justin Johnson (35th) were also in the field. Seven Toyota drivers are currently in the top-15 in the unofficial NCWTS points after three of 25 races — Peters (third), Bodine (seventh), Papis (ninth), Paludo (12th), Starr (13th), Goess (14th) and Lofton (15th). KASEY KAHNE, No. 18 Toyota Tundra, Kyle Busch Motorsports Finishing Position: 1st Was winning the only goal for this weekend? “I came here this weekend wanting to win — that was the plan. This is a tough series.