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Toyota to Pay $180M for Clean Air Act Violations
January 20, 2021
Toyota to Pay $180M for Clean Air Act ViolationsThe violations cover an entire decade (2005 to 2015) of the automaker failing to report emissions defects in its vehicles. Had the defects been reported, it would mean the manufacturer is compliant with federal standards.
Toyota Trademarks “Grand Highlander” Name
January 10, 2021
Toyota Trademarks “Grand Highlander” NameThe Highlander is currently Toyota’s entry in the three-row midsize SUV market. Unfortunately, its third row of seats appears to be an easy competition for other strong segment contenders such as the Kia Telluride, Chevrolet Traverse, and Volkswagen Atlas. If the Grand Highlander makes it into production, it will likely share
Toyota Wants its Cars to Be “Self-Washing”
January 09, 2021
Toyota Wants its Cars to Be “Self-Washing”According to reports, the automaker recently filed a patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office for self-washing car technology.
Toyota Finally Joins EV Market
December 15, 2020
Toyota Finally Joins EV MarketToyota has been the leader in the hybrid segment ever since it launched the Prius. It was also one of the first to venture into developing fuel-cell vehicles when it introduced the Mirai as well as the UX300e to its European and Chinese markets. Now, the company thinks it is
The Most and Least Efficient Cars in the US Today
December 10, 2020
The Most and Least Efficient Cars in the US TodayIn the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is in charge of imposing emissions regulations and ensuring that vehicles abide by the laws by measuring their fuel economy numbers. In a report recently published by the agency, it named the most and least fuel-efficient cars in the US for
GM No Longer Fighting California’s Emissions Laws
December 03, 2020
GM No Longer Fighting California’s Emissions Laws“We believe the ambitious electrification goals of the president-elect, California, and General Motors are aligned to address climate change by drastically reducing automobile emissions,” GM CEO Mary Barra said in a letter addressed to environmental groups. “We are confident that the Biden administration, California, and the U.S. auto industry, which
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