Toyota GR Yaris Officially Premiered
A few months ago, Toyota had planned to properly reveal the Yaris GR-4. Due to unforeseen circumstances, they had to push that date back. As such, it made a January 2020 premiere at the Tokyo Auto Salon in Japan. Now we’ve finally got the performance details we’ve been lacking. Is it the hot hatch that we’ve all been hoping for? If Team Gazoo Racing’s intention of winning a WRC event is any indication, the GR Yaris will live up to that designation. Let’s take a look.
Here are the Toyota Yaris GR-4 specs. Read the rest of this entry
New Toyota Hot Hatch Details and Delay
Hatchbacks have always been popular. They’re a great balance of stylish and efficient. In fact, they’re so efficient that they’re often used for racing. The VW Golf R, the Ford Focus RS, the Audi S3, the Renault Clio RS, the Honda Civic Type R…all are recent examples of the fantastically popular hot hatches. And it seems that Toyota wants a piece of the pie. The Toyota Yaris has made a few attempts, like the Yaris SR and limited-run GRMN, but it hasn’t manufactured a full-production racing-centric hot hatch. Until now.
Here are the available Toyota Yaris GR-4 details. Read the rest of this entry
This year we got an all-new RAV4 that we couldn’t have been more excited about or pleased with, and now we’re getting a redesigned 2020 Toyota Highlander. What did we do to deserve such incredible gifts? Wednesday saw the world debut of the all-new midsize crossover (if you missed it you can watch a recording from the livestream at the link below) and we covered a few of the highlights of what’s exciting in the new vehicle. Today we want to dive into more detail on what’s new, so read on below to find out! Read the rest of this entry
While nothing was confirmed until just a few short weeks ago, we’d had a feeling for a while that 2020 might be the year for an all-new Toyota Highlander. The initial Highlander came to us in the 2001 model year before getting redesigned 7 years later, and seven years after that the third generation kicked off, and now it has been another 7 years. Everything line up, we had to believe a new Highlander was coming… and we were right! It made its official world debut today at the New York International Auto Show and will have a release date of sometime this coming December – the Hybrid model following in January of 2020. Read the rest of this entry
We’re so stoked to be able to say that a new Toyota Highlander will finally be gracing us for the 2020 model year! We haven’t seen a generational shift since back in 2013, which was followed by a 2016 facelift, so this total overhaul after eight years is incredibly exciting. The new model will be making its official debut during the Toyota Press Conference at the 2019 New York International Auto Show on April 17th at 8:10 a.m. If you’d like to watch the presser live online, you can do so here on our website by coming back and watching the video below at the appropriate date and time! Read the rest of this entry
A lot of the most exciting things that occurred at the Toyota press conference for the 2019 Chicago Auto Show revolved around the new Toyota Racing Development trim levels that were introduced, but they weren’t the only things. We were also introduced to the all-new 2020 Toyota Tacoma, a facelifted version of the third-generation pickup truck. The best-selling midsize pickup truck in America for the past fourteen years, the Tacoma looks to continue its segment dominance with several enhancements and upgrades for the 2020 model year. So, what’s new in the pickup truck? Let’s find out. Read the rest of this entry
Extremely little is known about the all-new 2020 Toyota Tacoma reveal coming up at the 2019 Chicago Auto Show, which takes place less than an hour away from us here at Arlington Toyota! While you can certainly head to the public days and see the new truck up close and personal, we thought you might want to see the official press conference as well. So, we made it even easier for you to watch the reveal online. Just come back at 10:00 a.m. CST on Thursday, February 7th and you can watch the live stream right here on this page! Read the rest of this entry
The Toyota Mobility Foundation is a subsidiary of Toyota that has partnered with Nesta’s Challenge Prize Center to host a $4 million Mobility Unlimited Challenge across the globe. The worldwide challenge invited innovators and brilliant minds from anywhere and everywhere to submit technologies that would improve the lives of those suffering from lower limb paralysis forever. Now, only five finalists remain, and they will be on display TODAY at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show. Toyota put out a video earlier today highlighting the five finalists and their tech. Read the rest of this entry
For the past few years, many automotive manufacturers and other technology innovators across the globe have been working towards the collective goal of establishing automated driving as a real thing instead of something we all hear (and subsequently dream) about in science fiction media. Strides have certainly been made, and now as the year changes to 2019, we’re closer than ever before with the Toyota Research Institute in particular taking huge steps forward as they will introduce a test vehicle at the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show. Read the rest of this entry
Did you notice that the always-popular Toyota Prius has yet to really be talked about for the 2019 model year? We noticed, too. But all that changed at the 2018 LA Auto Show when Toyota introduced the newest version of the world’s first hybrid vehicle. While the 2019 model year isn’t seeing a total redesign, the newest version of the Prius has undergone a bit of a mid-generation refresh. So, we figured we’d tackle everything that’s new in the model so that you know exactly what’s coming on the Prius’s release date, which could be any time within the next few weeks. Read the rest of this entry