Australian motorists have been given a glimpse of the future of motoring with today's unveiling of three hybrid vehicles by Toyota. The vehicles - the first of which will go on sale in Australia as early as July - emphatically confirm Toyota's long-term commitment to producing hybrid vehicles that deliver superior fuel economy and ultra-low emissions. Powered by Toyota's proven Hybrid Synergy Drive technology, they are the first vehicles to be unveiled for this week's Melbourne...Read more Toyota Australia and how it will drive Hybrid into the Future - (Australia)
Three cars that explore new frontiers for hybrid cars of the future will be unveiled by Toyota Australia at this year's Australian International Motor Show in Sydney.Read more Toyota Hybrid X Concept Car - (Australia)
Toyota will provide a vision for the future of hybrid cars when it unveils the Hybrid X concept car at this year's Australian International Motor Show.Read more 24k Gold Toyota Camry? - (Dubai)
What you pay for is what you get… Sounds so true when you take a look at this 2007 Toyota Camry with 24k gold smothered all over it. The Camry is blinged up with a gold upper front grill, lower front grill, door handles, rims, mirrors, window trim, front head-light trim, rear tail-light trim, rear finishing and Toyota badges.Read more 'Aygo Crazy' Concept Car to make World Premiere at London Motor Show - (UK)
Aygo Crazy is the perfect antidote to all those wild concept cars that look great on the show stand but never turn a wheel. It is a unique machine that has been developed from the start to deliver no-holds-barred maximum driving pleasure, an unforgettable, fun experience.Read more Toyota Shows 'Prius on Steroids'
Sports cars will thrive in the 21st century world of rising fuel prices and environmental responsibility, judging by a concept car unveiled today by Toyota Australia. The FT-HS - which stands for Future Toyota Hybrid Sports - is a futuristic sports-car concept with a sleek, aerodynamic profile and a potent petrol-electric hybrid engine. Its front-engine, rear-drive layout provides revolutionary hybrid acceleration and optimal performance with a projected 0-100km/h dash in the four-second range.Read more