PLANO, Texas – Toyota Motor North America today unveiled architectural renderings of its future North American headquarters, providing new details of the site layout and exterior design of its environmentally sensitive corporate campus. In support of the Company’s “One Toyota” vision, the renderings reveal buildings and outdoor spaces designed to create a collaborative environment that encourages discovery, transparency and creativity.
Ram Trucks announced the pricing and performance numbers of its 2016 2500 and 3500 Heavy Duty pickups, and it’s clear the brand is looking to up the ante to build upon its “best in class” claims for the segment.
Ram engineers went back to the drawing board to recalibrate turbo boost and fuel delivery in its 6.7-liter I-6 Cummins diesel engine, as it will produce an additional 35 lb.-ft. of torque compared to the 2015 version. This will increase the 6.7’s torque output 35 lb.-ft. from 865 to 900, which Ram notes is “a number never achieved in a mass-produced vehicle.” Ram also notes the 2016 Ram 2500 will continue to lead the 3/4-ton towing figures with its 17,980-pound capacity.
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PICKERINGTON, Ohio — Nearly 8,000 concerned individuals have joined the American Motorcyclist Association to oppose the spread of higher-ethanol blended fuels across the country, the motorcyclist advocacy organization announced today.
The AMA is asking for signatures to its online petition that urges the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency not to increase the proposed renewable fuel volumes this year and, instead, to adopt lower mandates.
As of this afternoon, about 7,800 people had signed.
Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif. (June, 2015) – Since its inception, the Toyota Tundra has managed to do the impossible: beat the Big Three at their own game. The Tundra has always been an unlikely choice when compared to the standard offerings from Ford, Dodge, and GM but its thoughtful engineering and excellent build quality have made it a stand-out for over a decade. Toyota’s V8s have long been legendary for their ability to take whatever abuse their owners could throw at them but their exhaust note was, shall we say, somewhat restrained. That doesn’t mean that they aren’t good sounding engines though, and MagnaFlow is here to prove that by letting them truly breathe.
Prescott, Ariz. (June 2015) – Classic GMC/Chevrolet pickups, vans, and SUVs are some of the most venerable workhorses ever built. Millions of these sturdy rigs were manufactured between 1962-1995, and many still remain in service. These older trucks have always been great platforms for both business and pleasure. With the limitless possibilities for upgrading stout GM powerplants, their stock clutches (probably tired already) quickly run out of talent. Centerforce now has a premium street/track/trail solution in kit form: The Centerforce Dual Friction System (P/N KDF240916).
San Marcos, CA – Baja Designs announced today its new partnership with Funco Motorsports that solidifies its LED lights as the new exclusive light of all Funco built vehicles. The announcement comes as Funco continues to break new ground in the sand car market and seeks to improve on its already high quality products and marks a new partnership between two companies born out of passion for off-road.
ExtremeTerrain and enthusiast-driven Jeep Wrangler aftermarket armor and accessories manufacturer Barricade Off-Road recently unveiled a fully-built 2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon dubbed Project Trail Force at the Bantam Jeep Heritage Festival in Butler, PA, this past weekend.
Long Beach, Calif.– The latest Rancho lift kits for Ford F-150 models have recently passed the U.S. Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 126 – Electronic Stability Control Systems (FMVSS-126) test – and include a newly engineered one-piece, reinforced subframe composition and design for superior fit and finish.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – With the push of a plow by a 2015 Tundra TRD Pro, Toyota officially broke ground today on the expansion of the Toyota Technical Center (TTC) in Michigan. The ceremony at Toyota’s campus in York Township marks the first visible step toward its growing investment and employment in the state while strengthening its North American research and development operations.