World's largest automaker teams with Stanford and MIT on artificial intelligence driving
The hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicle goes farther on a full tank
The hydrogen-powered car hits streets this fall
Toyota believes so passionately in a future "hydrogen society" that it's allowing competitors royalty-free use of its fuel cell technologies
Toyota's hydrogen fuel cell vehicle has an easy, comfortable driving demeanor that belies its amazing complexity underneath.
Toyota lobbies U.S. legislators for exemption
The FV2 is a motorcycle straight out of a 1980s vision of 2050.
The Toyota i-Road is a sleek vision of personal travel
The i-Road has a self-leaning system designed to automatically balance the vehicle when cornering or traveling over rough surfaces.
A cheaper, smaller Prius with crazypants gas mileage
As always, context is important
The electric version of the Campagna T-Rex still aims to hit 160 mph
The car manufacturer creates two flower species to help counter CO2 created by Prius assembly
Lexus makes good on a five-year promise, with a high-horsepower, design-forward halo of a sports car made from cutting-edge materials. And it's got an equally superlative price tag.
Toyota looks to its past for an excitement transfusion. It also raids the Subaru engine laboratory, but it's OK. Toyota's a part-owner
Visitors of Germany's largest international motor show will get a first look at Toyota's long-promised plug-in Prius this month, but buyers still have a long wait ahead.
Thought the personal transport assistant trend was DOA? Think again
Inexpensive and efficient, the smallest cars are finally available in the U.S.
A foreign automaker rethinks an antiquated engine for the ultimate race circuit.
Import tuners, once kid brothers to small-block chevys, have grown up.