Who said all Toyotas are boring? The Japanese automaker will build a hypercar based on the GR Super Sport concept, using powertrain components lifted from the 24 Hours of Le Mans-winning TS050 Hybrid race car. The road-going hypercar may even race at Le Mans eventually.
Toyota has come close to winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans, arguably the world's most prestigious race, numerous times. But the Japanese automaker has never been able to finish the job. That changed this year, with Toyota taking an emotional 1-2 finish at the legendary French race.
Toyota’s range-topping Tacoma combines beefier hardware with smarter software for impressive off-road capability, but is it enough to keep up with Chevrolet’s Colorado ZR2 and Jeep’s new Wrangler Rubicon. In this 2018 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro Review, we put the hardcore taco to the test.
While the Toyota Prius isn't exactly sought-after by enthusiasts, American Racing Headers is here with a Hellcat engine to change that. The V8 engine has been tuned to make 1,000 horsepower and dropped on a custom-fabricated tubular frame. The PriuSRT8 runs the quarter mile in 9.3 seconds.
The 2019 Subaru Crosstrek Hybrid will be the Japanese automaker's first production plug-in hybrid model. It will also be the second Subaru developed in collaboration with Toyota, which will supply the new model's hybrid system. Will it be more successful than the last Crosstrek Hybrid?
Tests deemed too dangerous for self-driving vehicles to perform on public roadways will now be relegated to a new facility, courtesy of TRI. The carmaker's research arm has announced the construction of a new closed-course test facility that will help Toyota continue to develop its autonomous car technology.
Toyota owners are complaining of numerous problems with the automaker's Entune App Suite infotainment system, particularly the latest Entune 3.0 system installed in new versions of the best-selling Toyota Camry midsize sedan. Owners claim the Entune system is slow to load and unreliable.
Word is just in from The Japan Times that Toyota and Subaru are rebooting the beloved 86 sports coupe for a second generation. The two companies reportedly just commenced development for the next-gen model with plans to launch the car by 2021.