News from the Team at Le Mans Toyota - Deer Park

  1. 9 March 2011

    Toyota Hybrids Becoming Mainstream as Sales Top Three Million

    Toyota says its hybrid vehicles are starting to be recognised as mainstream motoring with global sales passing the three-million mark. Global demand for Toyota's hybrid vehicles is accelerating rapidly, with one million being sold in the past 18 months alone - more than one per minute.

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  2. 8 March 2011

    FJ Cruiser : Modern Interpretation of a Toyota Classic

    Toyota Australia is responding to the needs of a new generation of buyers by introducing the FJ Cruiser - a modern interpretation of a Toyota classic. FJ Cruiser brings together the off-road ruggedness and performance associated with Toyota's heritage as well as the safety and refinement demanded by today's motorists.

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  3. 3 March 2011

    Toyota Expands Sales Lead in 2011

    Toyota has expanded its lead in new-vehicle sales this year to more than 10,000 cars and trucks after just two months. The latest figures, released today, show Toyota's market-leading performances in January and February have placed it further ahead of its nearest rival than at the same stage last year.

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  4. 2 March 2011

    Toyota's Seven-Seat Hybrid : Prius+

    Toyota has further expanded the Prius family with the world debut of the Prius+ seven-seater full hybrid at the Geneva Motor Show. The new car brings the appeal of the Prius environmental credentials and advanced technology to the widest customer base yet.

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  5. 2 March 2011

    Yaris HSD Concept - World Debut at Geneva

    The Yaris HSD concept, unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show, represents the first down-sizing of Toyota's Hybrid Synergy DriveĀ® technology. The concept car inherits all the clever DNA of the Yaris as well as the smooth, sophisticated driving experience of Toyota's full hybrid powertrain.

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  6. 1 March 2011

    FT-86 II Concept - Toyota's Passion for Sports Car Driving Reborn

    Toyota has given the clearest indication yet of the final design for its next sports car with the unveiling of the FT-86 II concept at the Geneva Motor Show. The FT-86 II pays homage to Toyota's illustrious sports car history through its compact proportions which feature a long, low bonnet, high wings and rear-set cabin.

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  7. 18 February 2011

    Three World Premiers at Geneva

    Toyota will stage three world premieres and will display its latest EV prototype at next month's Geneva motor show. The EV - electric vehicle - prototype features a new, flat lithium-ion battery pack design and provides a driving range of up to 105km*.

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  8. 7 February 2011

    Toyota Camry - Best-Selling Aussie-Built Car

    Toyota Camry has achieved a winning double as the best-selling Australian-built car and the best-selling car in the United States. Substantial domestic and export sales combined to make Camry the top-selling car built in this country in 2010.

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  9. 3 February 2011

    Toyota Corolla Completes a Hat-Trick

    Toyota's Corolla has capped three straight months as Australia's best-selling car with a January record of more than 4,000 sales. Since the start of November, Corolla has outsold the second placegetter by almost 33 per cent, or more than 3,300 sales.

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  10. 2 February 2011

    FJ Cruiser : Authentic Off-Road Capabilities

    Key off-road attributes of Toyota's FJ Cruiser attest to its ability to traverse rugged terrain and deliver full-scale off-road driving performance. FJ Cruiser has the best departure and break-over angles in the Toyota 4WD range - 31 and 29 degrees respectively. Its approach angle of 36 degrees is bettered only by the 70 Series.

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