Toyota launches new heritage division with reproduced Supra parts
Japanese firm supports owners of older models with new line of high-quality aftermarket components . The project will initially produce parts for the iconic A70 Supra, produced from 1986-1993, and its A80 successor, which was on sale until 2002. The components are available in Japan, North America and Europe, and can be ordered via a new Heritage tab on the firm’s Gazoo Racing website. The firm also says customers will be able to order heritage parts through main dealers, in the same way as parts for newer models.
Toyota Motor Corporation President Akio Toyoda today announced a new mobility service business alliance and e-Palette Concept Vehicle designed to meet the demands of future In the near term, the Alliance will focus on the development of the new e-Palette Concept Vehicle, also unveiled at CES.
Toyota Connected has announced the launch of a new startup division, dubbed Toyota Connected Europe (TCEU). The division will be focused on the It’s also been running carsharing programs for years with its little New Mobility Concept EVs. Hyundai launched its first carsharing service last year
Toyota has launched a new brand called Kinto, which will focus on mobility services including car sharing, subscription services and autonomous transport systems.
The new brand will be introduced in Europe as part ofefforts to expand its business beyond making and selling cars by taking advantage of new technology, including connected cars and autonomous systems.
Toyota launches new entry-level 2.0-litre GR Supra in Europe
Turbocharged four-cylinder engine offers 258bhp and improved dynamics; no UK launch for nowLike the 3.0-litre straight six already offered in the Supra, the new turbocharged 2.0-litre motor is taken from BMW’s sports car engine line-up. It sends 255bhp and 295lb ft to the rear wheels through an eight-speed ZF automatic gearbox, while emitting between 156 and 172g/km of CO2.
Toyota has launched a new concept car that incorporates fully autonomous technology in a platform designed specifically for ride sharing and ride-hailing. The vehicle was announced alongside new partners Toyota has enlisted to build out its mobility services ecosystem, including Pizza Hut
Launch of mobility services . Toyota will develop and provide systems and devices * necessary for Regions in which services will be available are to be gradually increased, with a full-scale rollout Simultaneously with the above, outlets of the new company will be the first in Japan to begin sales of
Matthew Harrison, the boss of sales for Toyota and sub-brand, said the goal was to establish Kinto as a “brand that consistently delivers exceptional customer experience, whether moving close to home or travelling in other markets”.
Kinto will be an umbrella brand for a range of services, which will be introduced in selected cities and markets. They include Kinto One, a full-service leasing system that will merge vehicle, service and insurance costs into a single monthly payment. Kinto Flex will offer subscription-based car leasing with a ‘premium experience’.
There will be a car sharing service, Kinto Share, which will utilise hybrid vehicles on a self-service basis.– Toyota’s current car sharing scheme, which runs in a handful of cities, including Dublin – will be rebranded.
Kia reveals ambitious EV plans – including self-driving cars
Kia is planning an EV onslaught. The Korean carmaker's 'Plan S' stretches to 2026 and goes beyond electric cars to revolutionising city life. The post Kia reveals ambitious EV plans – including self-driving cars appeared first on Motoring Research.
Monet will roll out its mobility services in Japan before focusing on future expansion on the global market. Toyota launched plans for the so-called e-Palette earlier this year and described the concept as a "fully-automated, next generation battery electric vehicle" that can be customized and scaled for
e-Palette Alliance will leverage Toyota 's Global Mobility Services Platform to develop advanced vehicle and related mobility services for business applications. As an emerging provider of mobility hardware and services to business, Toyota is focused on creating new and attractive features for
Kinto Join will be a car pooling service that will help connect people who want to share their daily commute.
Toyota says other services are being evaluated, including ride hailing. The services will be accessed via a mobile app with integrated payments.
More broadly, Toyota is aiming to increase the number of mobility services that it offers, with a focus on using data and vehicle connectivity to do so. It is also investigating how it can use future advances in autonomous vehicles to develop ‘mobility-as-a-service’ (MaaS) offerings, particularly using thethat it is currently developing.
The e-Palette is already set to be utilised during the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games this year. Toyota will also operate a fleet in the 175-acre experimental city it is aiming to build in Japan.
Other car firms have also established sub-brands to investigate new mobility-based business models, including the.
Toyota reveals plans to build its own city
The world's biggest carmaker is showing off plans for an entire city at CES in Las Vegas. Construction of Toyota's 'Woven City' begins in 2021. The post Toyota reveals plans to build its own city appeared first on Motoring Research.
Instead, it is designed to combine SoftBank’s focus on internet-of-things technology and Toyota ’s connected vehicle services platform to enable new Called MONET — after ‘ mobility network’ — the joint venture will essentially assign autonomous vehicles to various different “just in time” services .
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2020 Toyota RAV4 Prime plug-in hybrid revealed with 302bhp .
The Toyota RAV4 Prime combines hot hatch performance and 37 miles of electric rangeThe plug-in Prime model will use the same 2.5-litre petrol engine as the standard RAV4 hybrid, but with a more powerful electric motor and a bigger battery. Toyota is targeting a battery-only range of 37 miles and official CO2 emissions of 30g/km, which would be class-leading. The company is yet to reveal quoted fuel economy figures.