Toyota

Toyota Safety Sense installations top ten million

Toyota Safety Sense can help detect cyclists

More than ten million vehicles worldwide are using Toyota’s Safety Sense active safety technologies just three and a half years after their introduction in 2015.

The active safety technologies are designed to help prevent or mitigate collisions across a wide range of traffic situations.

Safety Sense is in approximately 90 per cent of Toyota passenger vehicles in the Japanese, North American and European markets. At present, it has been introduced in 68 countries and regions, including China, other selected Asian countries, the Middle East and Australia.

Toyota raises the bar in Detroit

Toyota used the Detroit show to demonstrate its latest safety and driver assist technology

Toyota has tried to raise the bar at this week’s Intelligent Transport Systems World Congress in Detroit by using it annual Advanced Safety Seminar in Ann Arbor, Michigan, to reveal a range of advances in automated driving and safety technologies.

Bon voyage

Toyota I-Road and Coms compact electric vehicles

A three-year project to increase urban mobility is due to start later this year in Grenoble

 

 

Toyota brings Aupeo to Europe

Toyota's Aupeo audio streaming service

Toyota is giving its European customers access to personalised audio streaming in the car using Aupeo, an audio application that can be downloaded for the latest Toyota Touch Two with Go multimedia package.

Harman provides add-on services for Toyota Yaris

Toyota Yaris

Harman is providing navigation and connected services as an add-on module for the Touch 2 on-board infotainment system in the latest Toyota Yaris.

Stopping the recalls

Device Developers' Conference in Cambridge

Steve Rogerson reports from the Device Developers’ Conference in Cambridge

Toyota shows SiC technology for hybrids at Yokohama show

Comparison between silicon (left) and SiC wafers

Toyota is showing silicon carbide (SiC) technology at this week’s Automotive Engineering Exposition in Yokohama, Japan, that it says will help achieve a 10% improvement in the fuel efficiency of its hybrids and other electric-powered vehicles.

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