Webber finishes third in Silverstone debut

Australian ex-Formula One driver Mark Webber finished third in his world endurance championship debut on Sunday in a rain-shortened 6 Hours of Silverstone race.

Russian medal winners at Sochi Games rewarded with luxury cars

Russia rewarded the athletes who helped the Winter Olympics hosts top the medals table in Sochi by presenting the 13 gold medal winners and 20 other podium finishers with luxury SUVs on Thursday.

New wave training

Corporate India is working overtime to design training programmes and develop a pool of skilled employees in remote corners of the country. Prachi Rege watches the trend

Toyota`s FV2 concept car can read your emotions

Japanese carmaker Toyota have designed a single-occupancy concept car that can read your voice and facial expressions

Production in South Africa halted as 30,000 auto workers go on strike

Some 30,000 South African auto workers downed tools over pay on Monday, bringing production to a halt at BMW, Toyota and other manufacturers, unions said.

Toyota shows machines to help sick, elderly move

Toyota unveiled its ambitions for high-tech health care Tuesday, displaying experimental robots that can lift disabled patients from their hospital beds.

Toyota to set up social networking service

Toyota setting up a social networking service for drivers to interact with their cars.

Toyota severs links with HRT F1 team

Toyota have ended a cooperation agreement with the struggling HRT Formula One team but are still seeking payment, the Japanese company said.

Toyota severs links with HRT F1 team

Toyota have ended a cooperation agreement with the struggling HRT Formula One team but are still seeking payment, the Japanese company said.

Toyota working on new car for emerging markets

Toyota Motor is developing a new low-cost car to attack fast-growing markets such as China and Southeast Asia.

Hispania talking to Toyota for 2011 car

Formula One newcomers Hispania (HRT) are talking to Toyota about a technical partnership for next season, team boss Colin Kolles said on Friday.

Hispania talking to Toyota for 2011 car

Formula One newcomers Hispania (HRT) are talking to Toyota about a technical partnership for next season, team boss Colin Kolles said on Friday.

Toyota to pay $16.4 million fine, recall Lexus SUV

Toyota hurriedly ordered recalls of nearly 10,000 Lexus SUVs for possible rollover dangers Monday and agreed to a record USD 16.4 million fine for a slow response in its broader earlier recall.

Toyota suspends Lexus GX 460 sales after safety warning

Embattled Japanese automaker Toyota announced it was temporarily suspending sales of the 2010 Lexus GX 460 after a safety warning by a respected US consumer magazine.

Toyota’s faulty gas pedals may be a result of cosmic rays from space

A new research has come up with a surprising finding that Toyota’s faulty gas pedals could be a result of cosmic rays from space.

Toyota CEO apologizing for recall, accidents

Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda came to Washington to publicly apologize for safety lapses.

Toyota chief says sorry, admits Co perhaps grew too fast

Toyota President Akio Toyoda apologised Tuesday for accidents caused by faulty models and admitted the world`s largest manufacturer may have grown too fast for its own good.

Toyota: Cracks in the Empire?

Toyota has recalled nearly 8.5 million vehicles around the globe since November 2009 but such incidents are not exclusive to Toyota alone.

Toyota: Cracks in the Empire?

Toyota has recalled nearly 8.5 million vehicles around the globe since November 2009 but such incidents are not exclusive to Toyota alone.

Toyota faces new probe on Corolla steering in US

US regulators launched a preliminary investigation into reported steering problems on the Corolla sedan on Wednesday.