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28.11.2018 - 14:41

Toyota presents 2019 Prius featuring new AWD-e

Toyota updated their long-running hybrid and the 2019 Prius range does look fresher but more importantly has a new all-wheel drive. The Japanese carmaker reckons it could prove a bestseller in more adverse climates and the system uses an electric motor to power the rear-wheels independently.

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26.11.2018 - 16:26

Air Liquide to build liquid hydrogen plant in USA

Air Liquide is building what they claim to be the world’s first liquid hydrogen production facility in the western United States. Moreover, the company has already signed a long-term contract with FirstElement Fuel (FEF) in California.

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19.11.2018 - 14:34

Toyota to roll-out latest Corolla hybrid in 90 markets

Toyota is showing their latest Corolla sedan at the Guangzhou Auto Show after having introduced the Touring Sports version in Paris earlier this year. The limousine features hybrid variants too and Toyota says the Corolla will hit 90 countries and regions in 2019.

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01.11.2018 - 11:39

Hydrogen-fuelled pizzeria

Toyota has converted a Tundra into a fuel cell vehicle with more than just a simple twist. The Mirai system powers not only a fully functioning pizza oven but also a pizza-baking robot.

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31.10.2018 - 16:35

France: Carmakers agree to supplement eMobility

The French government and major carmakers have agreed to subsidise the switch from fossil fuel powered cars to electric vehicles. The manufacturers will thus supplement France’s scrappage scheme so that it can be raised and extended in 2019.

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15.10.2018 - 17:44

Citroën planning purely electric cars from 2020

Citroën of PSA is gearing up their electrification effort. PSA’s chief developer Gilles Le Borgne confirmed plans to launch the next generation of the C4 as a purely electric version by 2020 with the aim of competing with Volkswagen’s ID. reports Auto Express.

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11.10.2018 - 16:48

Lexus promotes hybrid cars over electric vehicles

Toyota’s premium brand Lexus is making some noise for its conventional hybrid technology but rather than singing its praise over purely petrol-powered cars, they try to set themselves above plug-in hybrid cars and electric vehicles.

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05.10.2018 - 15:58

Toyota to launch second, multi-million vehicle recall

Toyota will have to recall 2.4 million hybrid vehicles worldwide. The reason for this was named as software issues. Only one month ago, the Japanese automobile manufacturers also had to launch a recall of more than 1 million hybrids because of potential short-circuit and fire danger.

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27.09.2018 - 19:13

Toyota to deliver fuel cell systems to CaetanoBus

The Portuguese bus manufacturer CaetanoBus will receive fuel cell systems from Toyota. The first demonstration buses by CaetanoBus with Toyota’s FC technology are scheduled to roll off the assembly line within slightly more than a year.

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05.09.2018 - 17:21

Toyota recalls 1 million hybrids worldwide

Due to potential short circuit and fire hazards, Toyota has recalled more than one million hybrid vehicles across the globe. The recall concerns all Toyota Prius of the current generation, including the plug-in version, as well as the hybrid version of the C-HR that were manufactured up to May of this year.

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05.09.2018 - 14:01

No money for EV advertising

A new analysis has shown that six of the biggest car manufacturers in the USA, namely General Motors, Ford, Toyota, Nissan, Volkswagen and Fiat Chrysler, are still spending next to nothing on the promotion of their electric and hybrid vehicles.

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29.08.2018 - 17:08

Toyota Auris to become Corolla in Europe

The model name Corolla will be used by Toyota in all of Europe again, replacing the Auris name. This makes Corolla the global standard name for all three chassis variants (Five-door, Sedan and Touring Sports) for the new generation in the C-Segment.

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17.08.2018 - 21:19

Toyota expanding NEV manufacturing in China

Toyota have announced plans to significantly increase production capacities in their Chinese factories. In future, they plan to manufacture more plug-in hybrid as well as electric vehicles there. Their imports will also be expanded.

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26.07.2018 - 16:20

Toyota planning to enter FC mass market

Toyota plans to manufacture a series of fuel cell vehicles in the SUV, pick-up and utility vehicle sectors, starting around 2025. In order to facilitate the jump to mass production, Toyota plans to minimize use of expensive materials, such as platinum.

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24.07.2018 - 12:00

Dams briefly break with data leak

For a brief moment, tens of thousands of documents from major automobile manufacturers, including industry secrets, were openly available online. The leaks affected VW, Toyota, GM, Ford and Tesla.

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06.06.2018 - 17:16

Toyota & Seven-Eleven launching fuel cell project

The basic agreement to use hydrogen and fuel cell transport to power convenience stores in Japan more sustainable had been made already last year. Now Toyota and Seven-Eleven agreed on a more detailed plan and schedule to launch fuel cell trucks and renewable energy storage systems.

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02.05.2018 - 16:03

EU Project ZEFER testing business case for fuel cell cars

Zero Emission Fleet vehicles for European Roll-out, or ZEFER in short, is a new EU project that will deploy a total of 180 FCVs in three European capitals, namely Brussels, Paris, and London. The €26m project is designed to see how hydrogen fleets perform in the real world, that is as taxis and police cars.

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01.05.2018 - 17:35

Toyota Connected establishes European base

Toyota’s subsidiary Toyota Connected, a data based provider of mobility concepts, has founded a European base in London. Toyota has been developing data-based mobility solutions with their subsidiary for about two years now.

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2018/05/01/toyota-connected-establishes-european-base/
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