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2019 Toyota Avalon First Drive Review: No More Boring Flagships

2019 Toyota Avalon First Drive Review: No More Boring Flagships
While the current generation Toyota Avalon is a very nice car indeed, frankly it’s a bit dull. Sure, it’s smooth and quiet, but with its average buyer being in the mid-60s, it’s never really been designed to thrill.…

New Subaru BRZ (and Toyota 86?) in the Works

New Subaru BRZ (and Toyota 86?) in the Works
While both the Subaru BRZ and Toyota 86 look great and handle well, they’ve both been criticized for their engine performance, and lack of updates since their release back in 2012. In a recent interview with Road &…
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2019 Toyota RAV4 Gets a Major Redesign Outside and In

2019 Toyota RAV4 Gets a Major Redesign Outside and In
Despite the wild popularity of the RAV4, Toyota’s versatile mid-size SUV hasn’t had a complete redesign in six years. Well, 2019 changes all that, with the release of an all-new RAV4 that not only looks completely different, but…

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback: iM No More

2019 Toyota Corolla Hatchback: iM No More
What started life as the Scion iM, and then later rebadged as the Toyota Corolla iM is getting a well-deserved do-over as it bids adieu to its shaky start and becomes a proper Corolla hatchback for 2019. For…

2018 Toyota Camry XSE V6 Review: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

2018 Toyota Camry XSE V6 Review: Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
A few months back, I spent a day or so driving the new Toyota Camry lineup, and overall was very impressed with the progress that Toyota has made in turning its trusty sedan into a truly desirable car.…

Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept Previews New Supra

Toyota GR Supra Racing Concept Previews New Supra
We’ve known for a pretty long time that Toyota has been working on a new Supra, but up until now, all we’ve seen are some camouflaged test mules, and 2014’s FT-1 Concept, which offered a glimpse into what…

Toyota Teases the Return of a Legend

Toyota Teases the Return of a Legend
Toyota is set to unveil a new concept car at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show that it says will be a “modern racing concept.” Toyota also says that the concept will signal its commitment to bring back to…

Concepts from Future Past: Toyota RV-2

Concepts from Future Past: Toyota RV-2
While most of today’s concept cars envision improvements to the driving experience itself, on occasion vehicles are seen as having a broader impact on one’s lifestyle. That’s the case with this unusual Toyota concept from the early 1970s.…

Toyota Says There’s Room for a Small Off-roader in Their Lineup

Toyota Says There’s Room for a Small Off-roader in Their Lineup
Toyota management said something recently that will make off-roaders very happy. Toyota’s North America CEO Jim Lentz told MotorTrend, “There’s room for an authentic small off-road SUV.” He continued stating, ” Everyone moved out of that segment because…

Toyota FT-AC Concept: The Rugged RAV4 We’ve Always Wanted

Toyota FT-AC Concept: The Rugged RAV4 We’ve Always Wanted
In all honesty, there weren’t a whole lot of interesting new vehicles at the LA Auto Show this week. Too much of what we saw were just different sizes of crossovers to fill in automaker’s lineups. I say,…

Toyota C-HR R-Tuned Is a 600 hp Compact Crossover

Toyota C-HR R-Tuned Is a 600 hp Compact Crossover
If there’s one thing you can count on at the SEMA show each year, it’s lots of amazing custom automotive builds, not just from small shops, but in the booths of major automotive manufacturers. One particularly awesome vehicle…

Concepts from Future Past: Toyota EX-III

Concepts from Future Past: Toyota EX-III
Shown for the first time at the 1969 Tokyo Motor Show, the EX-III was a sleek and hypermodern sports coupe. The car was designed in-house by Toyota, rather than by the typical European design firms used for concept…

Ferrari 458 Italia? Nope, Toyota Celica Italia

Ferrari 458 Italia? Nope, Toyota Celica Italia
Of all of the cars I’ve ever driven – and I’ve driven quite a few – my favorite is still the Ferrari 458 Italia. It just offered the right combination of power, oversteer, and drop dead looks that…
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