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Beginning the week of May 11, Toyota will gradually begin resuming its North American manufacturing operations in compliance with federal health and safety guidelines, and local and state ordinances where our facilities are located.
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What is Toyota Dynamic Torque Control? How AWD Works in the RAV4 and Others

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Explaining the differences in Toyota’s all-wheel drive systems

Alex Leanse,
 

Distributing power between all four wheels makes it easier to keep driving through tough conditions, or simply have more confidence for whatever might come up the road. However, some all-wheel drive systems increase fuel consumption due to added mechanical exertion, even if added traction isn't needed in a particular moment. Toyota Dynamic Torque Control All-Wheel Drive aims to solve that.

What is Toyota Dynamic Torque Control?

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Toyota's Surprising Smash Hit Is NOT The Supra

It's something far more conventional.
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For years, the Toyota Camry was plain vanilla, at best. It did its job as a mid-size family sedan superbly and Americans responded in droves. The Camry has been one of America's best-selling vehicles for years and the latest generation model aims to continue that tradition. But the 2020 Toyota Camry is no longer vanilla, but rather, in TRD trim, a hot chocolate sundae with a cherry on top. It has attitude and sales appeal. A lot of it.
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2021 Toyota 4Runner, Tacoma, And Tundra Trail Editions Introduced at Chicago Auto Show

Toyota packs each model with tougher looks and a cooler in the tail.

CHICAGO—Toyota added another special edition trim to its truck and SUV lines when it introduced the 2021 4Runner, Tacoma, and Trail editions at the 2020 Chicago Auto Show. As its name implies, the Trail trim emphasizes the vehicles' outdoor-oriented mission. Using the mid-grade SR5 trim as a base, the Trail includes items such as black exterior badges, all-weather floor mats, and black seats with tan stitching.
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Toyota Tacoma Demand Forces Significant Changes

Such is the price of success.
Jay Traugott, 1/19/2020, CARBUZZ

Last Friday, Toyota made a big announcement regarding the production of several of its most popular models. First up is the Toyota Tacoma, which will cease production at the automaker's San Antonio, Texas production plant by late 2021. Instead, the majority of future Tacoma production will take place in Mexico. Why the change? Because Toyota Sequoia production is shifting from the company's plant in Princeton, Indiana to Texas, which has built the Tacoma and Tundra pickup trucks since 2010

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