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Toyota's consumer safety problems are dwarfed by body count of Big Pharma's deadly drugs

2/23/2010 - Even as Toyota now finds itself the target of an increasingly hyped-up inquisition about "public safety," skeptical consumers are asking the commonsense question: If public safety is so important, then why isn't Congress asking about the dangers of Big Pharma's deadly drugs? Toyota's problems with...

Toyota Announces Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle will be Ready by 2010

6/15/2008 - The Toyota Corporation intends to develop a plug-in hybrid vehicle for its demonstration fleet by 2010, according to an announcement made by Chief Executive Officer Katsuaki Watanabe. The planned plug-in hybrids are already under development, with two prototypes currently undergoing demonstration...

Toyota looking to develop ethanol-powered vehicles for U.S. market

7/19/2006 - As gas prices continue to soar, American drivers are desperate to find cheaper solutions for the morning commute. Automaker Toyota -- famous for pioneering gasoline-electric hybrid technology -- is prepared to supply that need by producing vehicles powered by ethanol and other alternative fuels. "We're...

Ford ditches hybrid car pledge amid profit pressures; Toyota remains top hybrid producer

6/30/2006 - Only nine months after pledging to build a quarter of a million hybrid cars, Ford is going back on its promise. Instead, chairman and chief executive Bill Ford says the company will commit resources to improving fuel economy and CO2 performance in its conventional motors. According to a Ford spokesperson,...

Japanese carmakers reach milestone: 30 percent of U.S. auto sales

1/5/2005 - Toyota and other Japanese car manufacturers are tearing up U.S. auto manufacturers. And despite all the excuses from Ford and other companies, the real reason Toyota is winning is quite simple: Toyota makes better automobiles. I've owned Fords, Chevys, and Toyotas. There's no comparison in terms of...

Toyota has vision while U.S. auto companies falter

1/5/2004 2:10:18 PM - Kudos to Toyota for pioneering the hybrid vehicle industry. While U.S. car companies were focused on outdated combustion engines, Japanese researchers saw the future and began building it. Now Ford is playing catch up, and Toyota is unlikely to let go of its technological lead. That's just one...

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