Toyota has announced a raft of upgrades across its passenger car and small SUV range, with the Corolla hatch and sedan, Yaris, Yaris Cross, C-HR, GR Supra and Camry set to receive a range of enhancements, to be rolled out over the second half of 2022.
Toyota has again been awarded Australia's Most Trusted Car Brand in the annual Reader's Digest Trusted Brands Survey.
This is the 17th year in a row that Toyota Australia has been recognised as the most trusted automotive brand by consumers and readers of the iconic publication.
Toyota will upgrade its popular RAV4 in the second half of this year with a raft of enhancements to its multimedia, technology and safety systems1.
Toyota has taken the wraps off the updated GR Supra, that will see the iconic sports car available with a manual transmission when it arrives in Australia in the final quarter of 2022.
Toyota Australia will offer increased buyer choice for the HiAce van with the upcoming arrival of a rear barn door option, which will debut in Australia in the second half of 2022.
Toyota has unveiled the long-awaited GR Corolla sports car, promising a spirited driving experience by combining essential GR Yaris underpinnings with an athletic five-door version of the world's best-selling nameplate.
TOYOTA GAZOO Racing's Nasser Al-Attiyah and co-driver Mathieu Baumel have taken overall victory in the Dakar Rally, one of the world's most gruelling off-road rallies held in Saudi Arabia over the past two weeks.
The Qatari/French pair led from the start in their new GR DKR HiLux T1+ that performed faultlessly in the harsh conditions to give Al-Attiyah his first win in Saudi Arabia since the Dakar was moved there in 2020, finishing with a winning margin of 27 minutes and 46 seconds.
Toyota Australia says it will provide a portfolio of drivetrain options in the future, including battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) to help all types of customers reduce their carbon footprint.
Toyota is marking 25 years as the best-selling automotive brand in Australia with a pledge to bring an even greater customer focus to its operations.
Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) today introduced 16 battery-electric vehicles and announced investments totalling 8.0 trillion yen (almost $100 billion AUD) in carbon-reducing and carbon-neutral vehicles and technologies between now and 2030.
TOYOTA TO DELIVER UPDATES ACROSS PASSENGER CAR RANGE6th May 2022
TOYOTA TOPS THE LIST AS AUSTRALIA'S MOST TRUSTED CAR BRAND2nd May 2022
TOYOTA UNVEILS UPDATED GR SUPRA WITH MANUAL GEARBOX28th April 2022
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