Toyota Headlines

  • RAY MASSEY: Toyota flexes its muscle with a souped-up new Supra to take on Porsche

    Toyota's new fifth-generation two-seater muscle car coupe stole the headlines when the wraps finally came off — marking a return of the Supra name after 17 years.

    Mail Online
  • Big brands like Verizon and Toyota are backing Amazon's Freedive as the e-commerce giant pushes deeper into OTT advertising

    Amazon recently launched its first foray into ad-supported video streaming with its IMDB Freedive service. Business Insider tracked 57 commercials on Freedive and found that 41 of them promote Amazon's products like Echo or Amazon Music. The remaining 16 ads come from a handful of big TV advertisers including Verizon, Geico and Toyota. Marketers said that they're interested in seeing how Freedive plays into Amazon's bigger play for OTT advertising. Amazon is moving into ad-supported streaming,...

    Business Insider
  • WATCH: American automakers bring iconic, long-gone models back to life

    Retro car models like the Ford Bronco are making a comeback as seen at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show where Ford, Honda, Toyota and Jeep debuted resuscitated models discontinued years ago.

    ABC News
  • Toyota unveils powerful GR Supra

    Toyota has unveiled its latest sports car, the GR Supra.

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  • 2020 Toyota Supra Features Wireless CarPlay

    Toyota today announced that its all-new 2020 Supra sports car, introduced at the annual Detroit Auto Show this week, will feature wireless CarPlay. 2020 Toyota Supra The upgraded 3.0 Premium trim, starting at $53,990 in the United States, will feature an 8.8-inch wide-format touchscreen display with wireless CarPlay, a premium 12-speaker JBL audio system, and Qi-based wireless smartphone charging. No further details about the system were shared at this time. Wireless CarPlay enables...

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  • The legendary Toyota Supra sports car has returned to America after a 20-year absence to take on Porsche, BMW, and Mercedes

    Toyota unveiled its all-new 2020 Supra sports car at the 2019 Detroit Auto Show on Monday. The Supra is designed to take on the Porsche 718, the BMW Z4, and the Mercedes-Benz SLC. The 2020 Supra is powered by a 335-horsepower, 3.0-liter, turbocharged inline-six-cylinder engine. According to Toyota, the new Supra should be able to sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 4.1 seconds and reach an electronically limited top speed of 155 mph. The 2020 Toyota Supra is expected to go on sale in the US this summer...

    Business Insider