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Toyota Motor Corporation
The Internal Combustion Engine Is Not Dead Yet
Batteries and electrified motors will have a major role in powering cars and trucks of our future. But gas engines have a lot of life left.
By NORMAN MAYERSOHN
Toyota to Take five Percent Stake in Mazda and Build Joint U.S. Plant
The factory’s location has not been determined, but the automakers said that it would most likely cost $1.6 billion and would employ about Four,000 workers.
By JONATHAN SOBLE and PATRICIA COHEN
Auto Sales Contract as Request Stalls for Trucks and S.U.V.s
The July falloff for the Big three automakers exceeded expectations, and the overall decline was the steepest in a string that began in January.
By NEAL E. BOUDETTE
Spanking paddle Shifters Budge From the Rapid Track to the H.O.V. Lane
Designed to permit racecar drivers to switch gears quickly, spanking paddle shifters are increasingly found in standard vehicles, but their usefulness for commuters is debatable.
By STEPHEN WILLIAMS
How to Alleviate Luxury-Car Buyers: Add Perks and Subtract Haggling
Several automakers aim to switch the shopping practice with stationary prices, after-sale care and even ways to avoid the dealership altogether.
Luxury Cars Suggest More Models, but Find Fewer Buyers
Automakers like BMW and Mercedes-Benz have failed to expand their market share by suggesting more multiplicity, joining the industry’s overall sales decline.
By NEAL E. BOUDETTE
Movie Review: Doing the Math on Toyota’s Prius Prime Hybrid
Toyota’s 2nd attempt at a plug-in hybrid more than doubles the electrified range. Just make sure to crunch the numbers before passing on the competition.
two thousand seventeen Toyota Prius Prime
Charge the battery and the Prime drives like an electrical car. Once the battery is spent, after about twenty five miles, the car drives like any other Prius.
The Contest That Defines a Championship in Auto Racing
A competition that has been held each June since one thousand nine hundred twenty three on France’s Circuit de la Sarthe will be held this year on June seventeen and Eighteen.
Movie Review: With Fresh Ioniq, Hyundai Goes After Prius
The hybrid model gets two more miles to the gallon than the Toyota Prius, and it looks and drives more like a regular gas-powered car.
Very first Came the Hydrogen Cars. Now, the Refilling Stations.
California has thirty hydrogen refilling stations, and automakers are poised to add stations in the Northeast, from Fresh York to Boston.
By NEAL E. BOUDETTE
Toyota to Invest $1.Three Billion in Kentucky Plant
While the upgrade will not add jobs, it is the latest stir by an automaker to enhance its American manufacturing and was endorsed by President Trump.
Movie Review: Not-So-Standard Equipment on the Otherwise Standard Corolla
Toyota is adding lifesaving technology to the two thousand seventeen sedan and many of its other passenger cars.
Driven | two thousand seventeen Toyota Corolla
The popular Corolla has long provided basic transportation, but there is nothing basic about the safety technology that now comes standard.
For three Indiana Brothers, ‘America First’ Cuts two Ways
As President Trump rewrites trade policy, the influence will be felt in places like Evansville, Ind., where the likely winners and losers live side by side.
By Excursion GABRIEL
Automakers Knew of Takata Airbag Hazard for Years, Suit Says
Plaintiffs in a class act say internal documents from at least four automakers display that they continued to use the flawed airbags to save on costs.
By HIROKO TABUCHI and NEAL E. BOUDETTE
Pressure From Trump May Delay a Factory’s Exit, but It Won’t Stop It
The president has pressured companies to keep jobs in the United States. However it may seem to be working, it is an illusion and might undermine manufacturing.
By JUSTIN WOLFERS
As S.U.V.s Take Over, Fresh Camry Gets a Quiet Welcoming
An all-new Camry used to be a momentous event for the industry. Not so much anymore.
By NEAL BOUDETTE
Trump’s Twitter Warning to Toyota Unsettles Japanese Carmakers
Shares in Toyota fell and Japanese officials hustled to react after Donald J. Trump threatened a “big border tax” on the company if it added a plant in Mexico.
We Trust You
In the early 1980s, Toyota transformed one of the world’s worst auto plants into one of the best, using the exact same workers. In the 2nd installment of The Art of Better series, Charles Duhigg sheds light on the importance of entrusting workers with responsibility and authority.
By CHARLES DUHIGG, AARON BYRD and SAMANTHA STARK