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Toyota Reveals TRD Camry For 2022 NASCAR Cup Series

Toyota Reveals TRD Camry For 2022 NASCAR Cup Series

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (May 5, 2021) – More than two years in the making, Toyota and TRD (Toyota Racing Development) today unveiled the manufacturer’s Next Gen car that will take to the track in 2022 – the Toyota TRD Camry - in the NASCAR Cup Series (NCS).

Toyota’s Exclusive Independent Insurance Agency Spreads Its Wings

Toyota’s Exclusive Independent Insurance Agency Spreads Its Wings

PLANO, Texas (April 30, 2021) – Toyota Insurance Management Solutions (TIMS) reached a major milestone this week, as it established its first official office space – and national headquarters – in Plano, Texas.  The grand opening of this new office, located in the Legacy West business district, was commemorated with a ribbon cutting ceremony and site tour, observing appropriate COVID protocols.  Guests included TIMS executive leadership, as well as Plano’s Mayor Harry LaRosiliere, who cut the ceremonial red ribbon.

Embrace Your Adventurous Side with the New Sienna Woodland Special Edition

Embrace Your Adventurous Side with the New Sienna Woodland Special Edition

PLANO, Texas (April 27, 2021) –  The new Toyota Sienna is leveling up for 2022, thanks to the all-new Sienna Woodland Special Edition. Featuring adventure-ready, rugged styling and a standard Electronic On-Demand All-Wheel Drive System with increased ground clearance, the new edition will help drivers tackle outdoor adventures with confidence. Once the Sienna Woodland Special Edition is in dealerships this Fall, Toyota will make a $250 donation to the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) for each vehicle purchased, with a guaranteed minimum donation of $250,000, to support NEEF’s mission to make the environment more accessible, relatable, relevant and connected to people’s lives.

Toyota Investing $1.7 Million to help Diversify Engineering Workforce

Toyota Investing $1.7 Million to help Diversify Engineering Workforce

GEORGETOWN, Ky. (April 21, 2021) – One of the world’s largest automakers is teaming up with three institutions of higher education in Kentucky to help change the face of engineering. Today, Toyota announced a $1.7 million investment to increase opportunities for underrepresented students and assist them in earning engineering degrees.

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