Toyota team members are creatures of habitat. And a few who test vehicles for performance and reliability have become a part-time pit crew for red-tailed hawks at Toyota Arizona Proving Ground (TAPG) in Phoenix. The situation took flight in June 2008 when a plumed pair built a nest on a utility pole at the fac
SEATTLE, Nov. 6, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Today, we have more options for getting from one place to another than ever before. Innovations abound, but are we making the most of this progress to build a future where all people can move more freely? Now is the time for fresh thinking on the mobility challenges that continue to exist in our modern society, such as:
Toyota TeenDrive365 Video Challenge in partnership with Discovery Education Invites Teens to Create Safe Driving PSAs
NEW YORK, Oct. 6, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Today’s teens are digital natives who, on average, send over 100 textsiand watch 1.15 hours of online videos a day.ii That’s why Toyota TeenDrive365 is launching two defensive driving campaigns that harness teens’ love of texting and online videos:
The third video in the “Fueled by Everything” series
TORRANCE, Calif, September 23, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Don’t pour out that lemonade. Toyota and comedian Nikki Glaser have taken a humorous look at a potential fuel source – discarded lemonade from kids' lemonade stands. And the lemonade stand business is tough out there.
The resulting video is “Fueled by Lemonade,” the third online video in Toyota’s multi-part “Fueled by Everything” series aimed at educating about the potential of hydrogen fuel.
National Education Program from Toyota and Cincinnati Children’s Continues to Have a Measurable Impact in Improving Children’s Safety; Expands to Ann Arbor, MI and New Haven, CT
NEW YORK, Sept. 21, 2015 /3BL Media/ – It’s no secret that driving with small children can be full of challenges – from battles over whose turn it is to pick the music to making sure you’re fully stocked with snacks and supplies. But one thing that should not be a puzzle is how to keep them safe.
Toyota will invest $50 million to broaden its focus on computer science and human-machine interaction with an immediate goal of reducing highway injuries and fatalities
PALO ALTO, Calif., Sept. 4, 2015 /3BL Media/ -- The research and development of intelligent vehicle and mobility technologies will get a major boost in an ambitious new collaboration between Toyota, Stanford and MIT. At a press conference today, Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) announced that it will be investing approximately $50 million over the next 5 years to establish joint research centers at each university. Additionally Dr.
Rana Mohtadi, a principal scientist at the Toyota Research Institute of North America in Ann Arbor, Mich., explains how she’s working on materials that will store more energy than what is available with lithium ion batteries and why she calls Michigan home.