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Toyota USA worries more about rough winter than fiscal hurdles

Toyota USA worries more about rough winter than fiscal hurdles

Toyota Motor Sales is optimistic about U.S. auto sales for 2013, despite possible obstacles of tax hikes and deep government spending cuts. The Japanese company’s U.S. subsidiary is more worried about snow than fiscal hurdles. “I am more concerned with a major snowstorm shutting down the Midwest or Northeast than […]

Toyota developing new batteries, wireless charging

Toyota developing new batteries, wireless charging

Toyota is developing next-generation batteries for its electric vehicles and wireless charging, Toyota U.S. boss Jim Lentz said today at the LA Auto Show. Lentz didn’t offer many additional details, but said Toyota is developing these new technologies in-house and is not rushing to bring them on the road in […]

Toyota announces North American production for 2011

Toyota announces North American production for 2011

Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America (TEMA) announced today North American vehicles production for 2011. TEMA build 1,255,635 vehicles and 1,141,466 engines. “Despite a challenging year due to the earthquake and tsunami in Japan that caused limited parts availability, Toyota’s team members and supplying partners were able to ramp […]

Toyota US sales Unit  makes record sales

Toyota US sales Unit makes record sales

Toyota Prius, the most popular product of US unit, will exceed 220,000 vehicles with the new Prius c, a smaller version of the hybrid hatchback, showed at North American International Auto Show in Detroit sales, will climb more than 60 percent to a record this year. Prius c goes on […]

U.S. auto sales approaching two-year high

U.S. auto sales approaching two-year high

Car sales in the United States increased 14 percent in November, boosted by important gains at Chrysler Group and Volkswagen of America. Chrysler posted a 45 percent sales increase, while VW recorded a 41 percent rise. Other automakers with double-digit gains were Hyundai at 22 percent, Nissan at 19 percent, […]