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  • Toyota Boshoku to invest more in Pakistan

    KARACHI: Toyota Boshoku Corporation (TBC) is willing to increase its investment in Pakistan for the manufacturing of interior components, its chairman Dr Shuhei Toyoda said on Friday...

    He was visiting a plant of Thal Boshoku Pakistan (TBP) — a joint venture between Thal Limited, Pakistan and Japan’s Toyota Tsusho Corporation and TBC...

  • Pakistan returns Indian arrested in 2012

    Lahore: Pakistan authorities returned an Indian prisoner to authorities of India’s Border Security Force (BSF) at the Wagah border crossing on Monday...

    According to an official, Ghulam Qadir had crossed the Line of Control in Kashmir and entered the Pakistan territory illegally in 2012...

  • Toyota, Suzuki eye partnership as industry consolidates

    TOKYO: Toyota and Suzuki said Wednesday they are holding talks about a possible partnership to handle “unprecedented” changes in the global auto industry, as Japan's vehicle sector sees a wave of consolidation...

    Toyota, the world's biggest automaker, and small car specialist Suzuki did not announce details but suggested any partnership could focus on new safety and environmental technologies...

  • Toyota leads Porsche at Le Mans Race

    LE MANS (France): New Formula One chief Chase Carey waved a gold tassled French tricolor to start the Le Mans 24 Hour Race on Saturday with Toyota enjoying a perfect getaway from pole...

    Toyota are seeking a first-ever win at the iconic four-wheeled endurance test after 18 attempts since 1985...

  • Porsche win Le Mans, agony for Toyota

    LE MANS: Porsche floored Hong Kong actor and stuntman Jackie Chan’s audacious bid for Le Mans glory as Toyota suffered fresh torment in a gripping 85th edition of the 24-hour endurance race on Sunday...

    While Bernhard, who won with Audi in 2010, and his New Zealand co-drivers and childhood chums Earl Bamber and Brendon Hartley were celebrating, Toyota’s agonising wait for a maiden title continued...

  • Toyota sees profit sliding 20pc on US sales incentives, yen gain

    Toyota Motor Corp, Japan's biggest automaker, forecast operating profit for the current year to slide by a fifth due to increased spending to push sales in a slowing US market and the lingering impact from a stronger yen...

    The prediction of a second straight year of profit decline by Toyota comes at a time when data shows a strong run of US demand for cars seen in the past several years may be ending...

  • Toyota unveils car that can drive itself

    TOKYO: Toyota on Tuesday unveiled a car that can drive itself along a highway, the latest foray by a major manufacturer into the world of automated vehicles...

    The company hopes to make other cars with similar features available within five years, in time for Tokyo’s hosting of the Olympics...

  • Toyota willing to help probe over IS truck fleet

    TOKYO: Toyota Thursday said it was willing to help the United States (US) probe how the self-styled Islamic State (IS) group has managed to get hold of so many of its notoriously tough trucks...

    Fleets of Toyota trucks are a common feature of IS propaganda videos out of Syria, Iraq and Libya — many converted into fast moving heavy gun platforms known as "technicals"...

  • CCP probing Toyota, Suzuki practices

    ISLAMABAD: The Competition Commission of Pakistan (CCP) has initiated an inquiry into the possible anti-competitive behaviour of two car manufacturers who are putting unreasonable financial burden on the consumers...

    The inquiry will initially cover the market for consumer vehicles ranging between the engine capacity of 800cc to 1299cc in which Indus Motor Company Limited and Pak Suzuki Motor Company Limited are dominant players... ...

  • Toyota recalls 3.37m cars

    WASHINGTON: Toyota Motor Corp has recalled 3...

    Toyota on Wednesday said evaporative fuel emissions control units in models produced from 2006 to 2015 including the Prius, Auris compact hatchback and its popular Corolla models were prone to cracks, which could expand over time and lead to fuel leaks...

  • Toyota falls behind VW in world’s biggest automaker race

    TOKYO: Toyota is in danger of losing its crown as the world’s biggest automaker this year as sales fall behind those of German rival Volkswagen, new figures showed on Thursday...

    The German automaker had pulled ahead of Toyota in the first half of 2015 as well, until a massive emissions cheating scandal dented sales...

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