CJ Greaves achieved a rare grand slam of off-road racing in the TORC Off-Road Championship “Chicagoland Slam” at The Dirt Oval at Route 66 by sweeping both PRO 2WD and both PRO 4WD races during the weekend in his Toyota Tundra.
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.
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.
Garden Grove, CA – KDSS equipped vehicles have a different sway bar system than the standard models which requires a different reservoir location. We now have a kit for those who have a KDSS equipped 2010 + Toyota 4Runner. Same great kit as our current kit for standard 4Runners, but with a new reservoir location to accommodate the KDSS sway bar.
YORK TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Hot on the heels of President Akio Toyoda’s announcement that the automaker will be returning to the World Rally Championship (WRC), the Toyota Technical Center Rally Team (TTCRT) is racing headlong into the 2015 season, doubling their Rally-America appearances and adding depth to their stable of drivers, crew and support team.
If you had the keys to each one of the TRD Pro Series vehicles and free reign to explore a diverse and beautiful foreign country, what would you do?
With the roar of a 2015 TRD Pro Series Tundra, Toyota today formally broke ground on its new North American headquarters at the intersection of Headquarters Drive and Palomino Crossing in Plano, Texas. The Tundra took center stage, bulldozing the first soil on the site of Toyota’s new campus in a manner that can only be described as not your traditional groundbreaking ceremony.
Toyota went to great lengths to get the word out on its all-new 2016 Toyota Tacoma, which was unveiled during its world premiere at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan. Toyota showed the unveiling live on the Web, hosted a live chat with Chief Engineer Mike Sweers after the introduction, and the company also teased the truck world with images just prior to the show.
Among the many truck-related announcements today, Toyota made headlines when it unveiled the all-new 2016 Tacoma at the Detroit Auto Show this afternoon. As we reported earlier, the new Tacoma will have two engine options for 2016 that include a 2.7-liter four-cylinder gasoline motor and a new 3.5-liter V6. But many have wondered whether Toyota would offer a diesel option, maybe something based on the overseas diesel that powers the Hilux.
Since its introduction in 2005, the second-generation Toyota Tacoma has led the mid-size truck market, being the best-selling truck every year during that time. The Chevrolet Colorado is looking to break that undefeated streak in 2015, and if you’ve read our recent Mid-Size Truck Shootout you’ll see that it might have the chance to do so. But even if Chevy makes a nice dent in the mid-size segment in 2015, in 2016 it will no longer compete against stale competition, as today Toyota unveiled the all-new 2016 Tacoma at the 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, Michigan.