J.D. Power NADA Western Automotive Conference – Jim Lentz

November 28, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Toyota Motor Sales President and CEO Jim Lentz speaks about the future of the auto industry at J.D. Power NADA Western Automotive Conference in Los Angeles on Nov. 27, 2012.

Lexus LS Marketing Campaign Lives Loudly

October 29, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

TORRANCE, Calif., (Oct. 29, 2012) – Generations of the Lexus LS have inspired an entire industry through visionary innovation, craftsmanship and design. And now the flagship not only has a new face, but has more than 3,000 new parts. The LS line-up also includes the first-ever LS F SPORT, and a marketing campaign to highlight the thrilling, exclusive lifestyle LS drivers live. The LS campaign caps off a successful year of launches showcasing the brand’s bold new face and attitude for the future.

Toyota to Feature Technology, Safety Innovations at 2012 Chicago Auto Show

February 15, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

CHICAGO, Ill., February 1, 2012 – Toyota will be providing Chicagoans with a glimpse of the future at this year’s Chicago Auto Show, courtesy of the Prius “family,” a number of environmentally-conscious concept vehicles and a pair of interactive safety displays.

Toyota NS4 concept glimpses at Prius of the future

Toyota NS4 concept glimpses at Prius of the future

January 11, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Filed under: Concept Cars , Detroit Auto Show , Hybrid , Sedan , Toyota , Electric Toyota can justifiably be proud of its position not only as one of the largest automakers in the world, but also the world leader in hybrid vehicles. In fact, the Japanese automaker claims that half of all hybrids sold are Toyotas. But it didn’t get there by resting on its proverbial laurels, and it isn’t going to maintain (let alone increase) its market share by doing so, either. That’s where the concept car you see here comes in. Taking position as something of a Prius of the future, the NS4 concept cuts a striking profile – certainly more striking than the current kamm-tailed Prius. But even though the technologies it encompasses are targeted to reach the market by around 2015, the show-car details – like that eminently dentable front beak -probably won’t. While Toyota works on all manner of electric and fuel cell powertrains, the NS4 packs a similar plug-in hybrid system as the current Prius PHEV. But the show car encompasses a slew of other technologies, like a smartphone-like interface to monitor and control everything from the air conditioning to the battery charge. Toyota has also packed the NS4 with its latest pre-collision and blind-spot monitoring systems, adaptive headlights and four new types of glass – the one part of the car we probably take most for granted. Of course, this being a concept car, Toyota has also replaced the side mirrors with an around-view camera system, but laws being what they are for now, don’t expect to see that in showrooms just yet.

2011 Toyota Sales Highlights

January 6, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

TORRANCE, Calif., Jan. 5, 2012 – - Toyota closed out 2011 with a strong December sales month of 178,311 units sold. With the launch of several new vehicles in 2011 and several more new model launches coming in 2012, Toyota has very high expectations for the future. The following are Toyota sales highlights from 2011:

Why Predict the Future When You Can Invent It?

June 14, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

In a new marketing campaign debuting today, Lexus delivers on the promise to go beyond predicting the future to inventing it—to transcend from amazing engineering to “Engineering Amazing.”

Lexus Culinary Masters Team Debuts at Pebble Beach Food & Wine

May 7, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

TORRANCE, Calif. (May 5, 2011)—With a lineup including the future co-host of NBC’s “The Chew,” a contestant and a judge from “The Next Iron Chef, Season 4,” along with James Beard winners…

A $3.1 Million Grant Renewal From The Toyota USA Foundation Expands Environmental Program for Urban Youth

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NEW YORK , NY (April 8, 2011) – In an effort to diversify the green movement and extend the benefits of nature to urban youth, The Nature Conservancy just announced the expansion of its signature youth program, Leaders in Environmental Action for the Future (LEAF) .

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