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Leave It to Beaver

Sometimes it’s best to let nature take its course. That’s what Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi environmental specialist Sean McCarthy learned when he and other team members tried to stifle the SimCity tendencies of some resourceful rodents. Visit @Toyota ACCESS to receive your news via e-mail. Update your RSS feed preferences. […]

There’s a familiar ring to this 1966 video of GM’s hydrogen ElectroVan

Filed under: Emerging Technologies, EV/Plug-in, Hydrogen, GM, Toyota, Videos “What we need is fuel cells that can run on a hydrocarbon fuel and air.” It can be fun and educational to revisit the past as we look into the future. While we do have cars that plug in today, the first big batch of hydrogen powered vehicles […] […]

Recharge Wrap-up: Honda FCV Concept comes to Detroit, Toyota seeks young green energy fellows

Filed under: EV/Plug-in, Hydrogen, Honda, Mercedes Benz, Toyota, Detroit Auto Show Honda will bring its FCV Concept to the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January. The hydrogen-powered concept made its Japanese debut in November, and will now make its way to North America for the first time. The FCV concept improves upon […] […]

More Toyota in the Motor City

Ann Arbor, Mich. (Dec. 18, 2014) — Toyota announced today that it is planning another expansion of its Southeast Michigan R&D campuses. This marks the third time in just over a year that Toyota has announced plans to increase employment and investment in Michigan. Today’s announcement features a total investment of $126 […] […]

Toyota Lends Mobility Impairment Rehabilitation Partner Robots to Hospitals Across Japan

Tokyo, Japan, Dec. 18, 2014 – Toyota Motor Corporation has begun lending its "Walk Training Assist" and "Balance Training Assist" rehabilitation-aid partner robots for clinical trials to be conducted in medical facilities across Japan. The robots are designed to aid the rehabilitation of patients who find it difficult to walk or maintain balance […] […]