Toyota Motor Company is hoping to sell it new Prius Plug-in hybrid targeting 50,000 units each year worldwide.
Toyota’s Prius has been dominating the sales of vehicles when it comes to hybrids. In the U.S., Honda attempted to compete with the Prius with three versions of Civic Hybrids and two versions of Insight Hybrids but never had the success failing miserably when it comes to sales.
Just like the new generations Nissan Leaf and Chevrolet Volt concentrating and putting a big attention on a healthy battery-only driving range, Toyota is planning to give the . . . → Read More: Toyota Expects to Sell 50,000 Units of Prius Plug-in Hybrid
Toyota is developing a protection technology that controls the steering so the vehicle could turn away when it is not able to stop before impact.
Toyota Motor Corporation illustrated several of its protection innovations in a demonstration yesterday.
All of the automakers of the world are working on safety technology in an attempt to persuade customers, as rivalry strengthens among manufacturers.
Cars that stop or reduce speed automatically before an object or person in expectation of a possible crash are not new. However, the latest precollision system of Toyota adds a steering-control . . . → Read More: Toyota Develops a System That Detects Possible Car Accidents