1. Toyota Joins Forces with Microsoft to Develop Autonomous Vehicle Technology Toyota has announced it is teaming up with Microsoft to develop autonomous vehicle technology. The two companies will collaborate on the development of connected services and software, as well as cloud-based artificial intelligence. The goal of the partnership is to develop the most advanced autonomous driving technology to date, enabling fully automated driving. Toyota will leverage Microsoft’s Azure cloud computing platform to store and process the massive amounts of data its autonomous vehicles will generate. It will also use Microsoft’s Azure AI technology to help its vehicles make decisions on the road. The companies also plan to develop connected services for both consumer and commercial uses. 2. Toyota Introduces the 2021 Corolla Prime Toyota has introduced the 2021 Corolla Prime, which is the first ever plug-in hybrid version of its popular sedan. The new Corolla Prime features a gasoline-electric hybrid powertrain that is capable of producing up to 176 horsepower. The vehicle also has a battery range of up to 42 miles and a total range of up to 635 miles. The Corolla Prime also comes with a host of driver assistance features, including adaptive cruise control and lane-keeping assist. Additionally,
Tata Motors takes the CNG game forward with the well-packaged and feature-rich Altroz iCNG to take on the Maruti Baleno CNG and the Toyota Glanza CNG. Click here to watch the full review.
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Toyota Motor Corporation (Toyota) will enter the ENEOS Super Taikyu Series 2023 Round 2 NAPAC Fuji SUPER TEC 24 Hours Race, to be held from May 26 to 28, with the #32 ORC ROOKIE GR Corolla H2 Concept (hydrogen-powered Corolla) running on liquid hydrogen. It is the first time in the world that a vehicle will race with liquid hydrogen fuel
The Toyota Hilux is the most popular vehicle in Uganda in 2022. 2,959 new vehicles found a buyer in Uganda in 2022, a -3% year-on-year drop. Among them we have 2,169 light vehicles. Toyota reigns supreme with 64.2% share, distancing Nissan (10.9%), Ford (6.9%) and Isuzu (6.3%). Mitsubishi rounds out
The Toyota Land Cruiser ranks #2 in Malawi in 2022. 1,232 new vehicles were sold in Malawi in 2022, including medium and heavy commercials. Toyota holds a staggering 48.5% share thanks to almost 600 sales. Nissan comes in second place with 16.9% share ahead of Isuzu at 8.1%, Tata at 6.9% and Ford at