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- 02.18.20Toyota Gains More Traction on the Road and in the Sedan Segment with the Launch of Camry and Avalon All-Wheel Drive Models
- 02.14.20Toyota Financial Services Issues Fifth Green Bond, Reinforcing Toyota’s Commitment to Sustainability
- 02.10.20Next Chapter of Toyota GR Supra Story to be Unveiled in Daytona
Toyota Gains More Traction on the Road and in the Sedan Segment with the Launch of Camry and Avalon All-Wheel Drive Models
PARK CITY, Utah (February 18, 2020) – While others are abandoning the sedan segment, Toyota continues to double-down with new variants of its best-selling sedans. With winter’s icy grip on much of the United States, Toyota is launching the new all-wheel drive Camry and Avalon models to help drivers get a better grip on the road while the automaker continues to gain traction in the sedan segment.
Toyota Financial Services Issues Fifth Green Bond, Reinforcing Toyota’s Commitment to Sustainability
PLANO, Texas (February 14, 2020) – Toyota Financial Services (TFS) issued its latest unsecured Green Bond, reinforcing the company’s industry-leading commitment to the sale of environmentally friendly vehicles. Proceeds from the $750 million bond will be used to fund the acquisition of new retail installment contracts and operating lease contracts financing Toyota and Lexus vehicles that meet specific clean air criteria, including powertrain, fuel efficiency and emissions. There are currently seven vehicle models in the Toyota and Lexus lineup that qualify. With this latest iteration of its Green Bond program, Toyota increased the vehicle eligibility requirements from 35 miles per gallon to 40 miles per gallon.
DAYTONA BEACH, Florida (February 13, 2020) – Brimming with history and reverberating with the echoes of legends, Daytona International Speedway, where the Toyota-powered and sponsored AAR Eagle Mk. III GTP won the 24 Hours of Daytona in 1993, setting a 1:33.875 lap record that stood until 2019, seemed the ideal place for Toyota to launch the next phase of the GR Supra. For 2021, the six-cylinder GR Supra 3.0 models leap ahead with a power boost and retuned chassis, while a new GR Supra 2.0 four-cylinder turbo model joins the line.
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