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- 10.27.21Toyota Announces Pricing on All-New 2022 GR86
- 10.27.21Broward County Educator Named National Family Teacher of the Year
- 10.26.21Toyota’s Momentum Continues on Fortune Magazine’s Global 500 List
- 10.25.21Toyota Dream Car USA Art Contest Kicks Off on November 1
- 10.18.21Toyota Charges into Electrified Future in the U.S. with 10-year, $3.4 billion Investment
- 10.13.212022 Toyota Highlander Updates Include New Hybrid-Only Bronze Edition
- 10.11.21Toyota Research Institute Announces Machine Learning Advances at the International Conference on Computer Vision
- 10.01.21Toyota Motor North America Reports U.S. September and Third Quarter 2021 Sales Results
- 10.01.21Toyota Tunes into Manufacturing Month
- 09.30.21Mazda Toyota Manufacturing Begins Production on 2022 Corolla Cross
PLANO, Texas (October 27, 2021) – With more horsepower and torque, a redesigned interior and exterior and a starting Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of just $27,700, the all-new 2022 GR 86 is priced to thrill. Arriving at Toyota dealerships in December and available in two grades, GR 86 Premium and GR 86 base, the new generation of Toyota’s driver’s car brings affordable sports car fun, all with a larger 2.4 liter engine that delivers nearly 18% more horsepower and 11% more torque.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (October 27, 2021) – Manoucheka Dolcine has been selected for the top family engagement honor in the nation as she was named the 2021 Toyota Family Teacher of the Year through a surprise announcement among her peers. For more than two decades, Dolcine has fostered family learning environments by involving both parents and children in her classroom with an emphasis on positive social interactions, sensory and social emotional activities, soft job skills, workforce and career development and academic mentorship programs for young adult parents.
PLANO, Texas (Oct. 26, 2021) – In August, Fortune magazine unveiled its annual Fortune Global 500® list, showing Toyota Motor Corporation climbing one spot to No. 9. With a revenue of $256.7 billion, Toyota ranked first among automakers.
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