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Automakers Are Getting Their Data Houses In Order To Drive Digital Transformation

True to their engineering heritage, automakers are embracing cloud computing, storage, and supplementary technologies to enable data-driven decision making and machine learning and analytics platforms to frame and fuel their transformation strategies.

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As Autos Go Electric, Toyota Chases Hydrogen Dream

Toyota refused to join the group, claiming that much of the world wasn’t ready to move to EVs. Another notable absence was Volkswagen, Germany.

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Toyota Launches All-Wheel Drive Version Of Legender SUV

The Legender was first launched in January 2021 in ''4X2'' diesel variant together with the new Toyota Fortuner.

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Toyota Reports Sales Of 707 Units In May As Lockdown, COVID Restrictions Hit Dispatches

More so for TKM, as even before the restrictions were announced in Karnataka, the company was well within its planned annual maintenance shutdown, thereby adding onto the number of non-production days

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Toyota Kirloskar Launches Prepaid Customisable Service Package For Customers

TKM Senior Vice President Naveen Soni said the all new 'Smiles Plus' service package is in-line with TKM's endeavor to meet our customers' enhanced requirements and mobility needs.

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Toyota VC Invests In AI Startups, Firms That Refine Everyday Processes

The automaker this year started Woven Capital, an $800 million venture capital fund to make growth-stage investments in companies including those in the Toyota AI Ventures portfolio.

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Toyota Develops Fuel Cell System To Cut Carbon Footprint

The FCV segment remains a niche technology despite Japanese government backing, amid concerns about lack of fuelling stations, resale values and the risk of hydrogen explosions.

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Chip Shortage Leads Japan Automakers To Post 4.5% Slump In Jan Global Output

Honda and Nissan, Japan's second- and third-largest automakers, have said this month they will sell a combined 250,000 fewer cars in the current financial year.

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Japan's Toyota, Honda Can Likely Cope With Global Chip Shortage - Fitch

Toyota shrugged off the issue in its quarterly report last week and said it has up to a four-month stockpile of chips, with no immediate hit to production expected.

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RITES Q3 Profit Falls 30 Pc At Rs 105 Cr

The company’s order book stood at Rs 6,534 crore as on December 31, 2020, which provides revenue visibility for two to three years.

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Toyota Hikes Profit Forecast 54%, Shrugs Off Global Chip Supply Issues

Shares in Toyota, the world's biggest automaker by vehicle sales, closed up 1.7% after hitting their highest level since July 2015.

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Toyota Beats Volkswagen To Become World's No.1 Car Seller In 2020

Toyota said on Thursday its group-wide global sales fell 11.3% to 9.528 million vehicles in 2020. That compared with a 15.2 percent drop at Volkswagen to 9.305 million vehicles.

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Trump's China Tech War Backfires On Automakers As Chips Run Short

The factories that produce wafers cost tens of billions of dollars to build, and expanding their capacity can take up to a year for testing and qualifying complex tools.

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Toyota Halts Some Production Lines In China Due To Chip Shortage

Car and electronic makers have been facing a global chip shortage as consumer demand rebounds from the coronavirus crisis, outstripping supply.

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Toyota Drives In New Fortuner In India With Price Starting At Rs 29.98 Lakh

The new Fortuner comes with 2.8-litre diesel engine mated to a six-speed automatic and six-speed manual transmission and 2.7-litre petrol powertrain with six-speed automatic and five-speed manual transmission.

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