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- 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
- 09.24.21Toyota Unveils the New Tundra TRD Pro for the 2022 NASCAR Camping World Truck Series
- 10.20.21‘The Power of Solar & Wind – the Road to Carbon Neutrality’ to Air on Discovery, Science Channel, MotorTrend TV
‘The Power of Solar & Wind – the Road to Carbon Neutrality’ to Air on Discovery, Science Channel, MotorTrend TV
NEW YORK (October 20, 2021) — With encouragement from the Biden Administration and the keen support of new US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, a number of elite U.S. companies have turned to alternative energy sources to power their facilities and operations. Some large-scale fields of solar photovoltaic panels and wind turbine farms are currently under construction, while some are already commissioned and generating clean, emissions-free electricity either for direct or indirect use for large automotive manufacturing plants.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (October 18, 2021) – Together with state and community leaders, Toyota Alabama lined-off Toyota’s latest engine products for the all-new 2022 Tundra. These new engines, a hybrid powered twin-turbo V6 engine and the gas-powered twin-turbo V6 engine, usher in the next era of powertrains assembled in Huntsville.
PLANO, Texas (Oct. 18, 2021) – Toyota announced today that it will invest approximately $3.4 billion (380 billion yen) in automotive batteries in the United States through 2030. Specifically, the investment is for developing and localizing automotive battery production, including those for battery electric vehicles, and is part of the global total of approx. $13.5 billion (1.5 trillion yen) set aside for investment in battery development and production announced last month by Toyota Motor Corporation.
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