Toyota

 Green Vehicles
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Toyota

Highlander Hybrid (Next) image

2020 A mid-size hybrid crossover SUV
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Toyota

Corolla/Levin PHEV image

2019 A compact plug-in hybrid sedan
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Toyota

RAV4 Hybrid image

2019 A compact hybrid crossover SUV
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Toyota

Corolla/Levin HEV image

2019 A compact hybrid sedan
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Toyota

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2019 A hybrid minivan
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 News
Apr 24, 2019

On April 22, 2019, PT Toyota-Astra Motor (TAM) officially launched Toyota C-HR hybrid in Indonesia, which is also expected to drive the growth of EV market to support the government's policy of developing the EV industry in Indonesia through a low carbon emission vehicle (LCEV) program.
C-HR hybrid fuel consumption is 62% more efficient than conventional variants so that CO2 emissions are also around 60% lower.
This C-HR hybrid imported from Thailand with starting price of IDR 523 million uses the Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) and an electric motor. It comes with 1.8-liter 2ZR-FXE engine with 7-speed CVT and can produce 100 hp, while the electric motor is capable of producing power of 36 PS.
(From Toyota Astra press release and an article of Republika on April 23, 2019)

Apr 24, 2019

On April 23, Toyota announced that the first steel column has been set and construction is well underway for the Mazda Toyota Manufacturing U.S.A., Inc. (MTMUS) plant in Huntsville, Alabama.
The project is on schedule and a total of 2,500 construction workers are projected to be on site by late summer 2019.
MTMUS is currently in the process of filling professional staff and skilled maintenance positions, and later in 2019 will be hiring for production positions.
The USD 1.6 billion jointly owned-and-operated automotive production plant is expected to create up to 4,000 jobs and will have the capacity to assemble up to 300,000 vehicles a year, beginning in 2021.

(Toyota press release on April 23, 2019)

Apr 24, 2019

On April 22, Toyota, Kenworth, the Port of Los Angeles and the California Air Resources Board (CARB) unveiled the first of Toyota and Kenworth’s jointly developed fuel cell electric heavy-duty trucks (FCET), utilizing the Kenworth T680 Class 8 model combined with Toyota’s fuel cell electric technology
The new-gen truck expands on the capabilities of Toyota’s Project Portal “Alpha” and “Beta” Proof of Concept Class 8 trucks that began operations in April 2017 by offering an estimated range of more than 300 miles per fill, twice that of a typical drayage trucks' daily duty cycle.
Beginning in the fourth quarter of 2019, Toyota and Kenworth will deploy a total of 10 trucks as part of the Zero-and-Near-Zero Emission Freight Facilities Project (ZANZEFF), hauling cargo received at the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, throughout the LA Basin.
The trucks will be operated by Toyota Logistics Services (4), United Parcel Services (3), Total Transportation Services Inc. (2), and Southern Counties Express (1).
Two new large-capacity heavy-duty hydrogen fueling stations will be developed by Shell in Wilmington and Ontario, California, which will join three additional stations located at Toyota’s Long Beach Logistics Services and Gardena R&D facilities.
CARB had awarded USD 41 million dollars to the Port of Los Angeles for the ZANZEFF project.
(Toyota press release on April 22, 2019)