Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T)
Tue, Sep 19 2017
TOKYO Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda on Tuesday said his company would continue to make a variety of vehicle types available to customers, even as tighter global regulations are prompting automakers to develop more electric vehicles.
TOKYO, Sept 19 Toyota Motor Corp President Akio Toyoda on Tuesday said his company would continue to make a variety of vehicle types available to customers, even as tighter global regulations are prompting automakers to develop more electric vehicles.
BERLIN, Sept 14 European car sales rose 5.5 percent in August, accelerating from an increase of 2.6 percent in July, according to industry data published on Thursday.
FRANKFURT Deepening uncertainties over the direction and timetable of Brexit negotiations may force Toyota to shift some UK production elsewhere if they are not addressed, the Japanese carmaker warned on Tuesday.
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BEIJING General Motors Co’s vehicle sales in China rose 12 percent in August from a year earlier to 328,425 units, following a 6.3 percent increase in July, the Detroit-based automaker said on Tuesday.
BEIJING Toyota Motor Corp’s sales in China grew 13.2 percent in August from a year earlier while smaller rival Honda's sales jumped over a fifth for the month, keeping intact a trend of Honda outselling Toyota in the world's biggest auto market.
* Toyota China Aug sales up 13.2 pct yoy, Jan-Aug sales up 7.1 pct
Sept 1 The following are the 20 top-selling vehicles in the U.S. in August as reported by the automakers and ranked by total units. Top 20 selling vehicles in U.S. in August RANK VEHICLE Aug-17 Aug-16 PCT CHNG 1 Ford F-Series P/U 77,007 66,946 +15.0 2 Chevy Silverado-C/K P/U 54,448 52,408 +3.9 3 Toyota RAV4 43,265 33,1
TOKYO/SINGAPORE Toyota Motor Corp's trading arm became the latest participant in ride-hailing firm Grab's current financing round that is expected to raise $2.5 billion, led by Chinese peer Didi Chuxing and Japan's SoftBank Group Corp.