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  • BMW and Toyota Finalize Fuel-Cell Collaboration, Plan New Sports Car

     
    It's game-on for a jointly developed fuel-cell system from BMW and Toyota. The automakers previously announced a partnership to collaborate on alternative-fuel systems; they finalized the deal today. The arrangement has the automakers combining their...
  • Luxury cars flunk new tougher crash test

     Luxury cars flunk new tougher crash test
    For years, cars have been doing better and better in crash tests. Now, a tough new test by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has given a black eye to a number of luxury and near-luxury automakers. Of 11 models tested, eight flunked a new test...
  • Something You Should Know - Toyota/Lexus Tether Retrofit Program

    Gayle Anderson was live in La Crescenta with SafetyBeltSafe U.S.A. (SBS U.S.A.) about the organization’s collaboration with Toyota and Lexus dealers to help enhance the performance of child restraint systems (CRSs) in pre-2001 model year vehicles by...
  • Toyota automotive parts supplier chooses Hancock Co. for first US facility

    Toyota automotive parts supplier chooses Hancock Co. for first US facility
    Gov. Mitch Daniels joined executives from Tsuda Industries Co., Ltd., a Japanese automotive parts supplier, Thursday to announce the company's plans to locate its first North American facility here, creating up to 116 new jobs by 2016. Tsuda, which...
  • Toyota predicts double the profit in 2013; Q4 income quadruples

    Toyota predicts double the profit in 2013; Q4 income quadruples
    After dealing with floods, earthquakes and a super-strong yen, Toyota Motor Corp. is following a fourth quarter in which income quadrupled with a similarly optimistic forecast for 2013. The Japanese car company, which last year relinquished the title...
  • Toyota donates during fundraiser at fairgrounds

    Toyota donates during fundraiser at fairgrounds
    A barbecue fundraiser brought in more than just money last weekend. Toyota started its 100 Cars for Good, a giveaway of 100 cars to 100 nonprofits over the course of 100 days, at the OC BBQ and Music Festival at the Orange County Fair & Event Center in...
  • Investigation into fires expanded to 1.4 million Toyota vehicles

    Government safety regulators are investigating 1.4 million Toyota vehicles – including the country’s most popular car, the Camry – after more than 100 reports of fires.   On Monday, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration...
  • Safety ratings proposed for older drivers

    Safety ratings proposed for older drivers
    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will post a request online Friday morning soliciting comments in the Federal Register on a range of topics, including a proposed "Silver Car Rating System for Older Occupants." All of the comments are...
  • Toyota recalling 209,000 FJ Cruisers because of a seat belt problem

    Toyota recalling 209,000 FJ Cruisers because of a seat belt problem
    Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. is recalling about 209,000 of its FJ Cruiser sport utility vehicles because of a problem involving seat belt retractors. Toyota said the seat belt retractors for the driver and front passenger seat belts are mounted in the...
  • U.S. auto sales resilient in January

    U.S. auto sales resilient in January
    The national economy remains sluggish — but don't tell the auto industry. Auto sales showed surprising strength in January, with all three domestic manufacturers — General Motors Co., Ford Motor Co. and Chrysler Group — reporting...
  • Toyota subpoenaed again, this time over faulty steering components

    Toyota subpoenaed again, this time over faulty steering components
    A federal grand jury investigating Toyota Motor Corp. is expanding its inquiry into the automaker's handling of safety issues, subpoenaing documents dealing with defects unrelated to sudden acceleration. The Japanese automaker disclosed Tuesday that a...
  • Honda's U.S. factory: 'Canary in coal mine' to dam-breaker

     
    By James R. Healey USA TODAY When Japan's Honda Motor announced in 1980 its then-radical decision to build cars in the U.S., the auto business collectively said, "What?" Volkswagen, alone among foreign car companies, was trying limited U.S. production,...