The next step for many automotive companies is to provide a better, safer feature through vehicles that can communicate with each other and their surroundings. In the last couple of decades, there has already been a massive boom in safety and technology integration. Features such as backup cameras, blind spot detection, lane change assists, and intuitive braking and cruise control are no longer considered a luxury, and have become a widespread standard element on many vehicles. Coupled with the increasing available capability of onboard computers, radar, optics, and other elements our vehicles today can do much more than ever before. Although we are a far cry from flying vehicles or robots driving our cars for us, there is an all-new technology in the works, the ability for vehicles to communicate with both themselves and the roads around them.Read more.
The last twenty years have been absolutely amazing for the integration of safety technology in everyday vehicles. In 1995, we saw the first introduction of Electronic Stability Control. Later on, in 1999, the automotive industry introduced the first lane departure alert systems, and in 2005 the first radar assisted adaptive cruise control. However, many of the safety features we know today were not standard in many cars until recently. With their latest lineup of models, has endeavored to make such features not only more advanced than ever, but also available to everyone. Using the Toyota-exclusive Safety Sense System, Toyota vehicles everywhere are topping the charts for safety picks and awards.Read more.
For well over half a century, Toyota has grown its brand across North America by leaps and bounds with the continued development of their vehicles of all shapes and sizes. In the last 60 years, Toyota has made over 38 million vehicles in the United States and is committed to state-of-the-art design, expert engineering, and high overall quality. With vehicles of nearly every class, no one is left of out the Toyota experience. As 2020 wanes and the new year starts to come into focus, the illustrious automotive company brings their new minivan, the 2021 Toyota Sienna, into the spotlight. This exciting minivan brings a favored classic into the modern era, delivering a new standard for family vehicles everywhere.Read more.
Toyota has been building a strong presence in the United States for over 60 years, using innovation and a dedication to quality and value as its selling points to consumers and investors alike. The company continues to show its commitment by meeting the investment goal in four years instead of the five promised in 2017.Read more.
Toyota Motor Corporation is partnering with five other companies, all from China, to develop fuel cells which will be placed in commercial vehicles. This step could provide a major boost for Toyota in the alternate energy source market.Read more.