• America’s Best-Selling Car Gets Even Better With a Sweeping Redesign for 2015
    So what do you do when you have the best-selling car in the industry for 12 straight years? You find ways to make it even better.
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  • Livestream The Reveal of the 2015 Camry at the NY Auto Show
    America’s best-selling car gets even better with a sweeping redesign for 2015. Click below to be among the first to see it.
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  • Four Toyota Models Named Edmunds.com 'Top Rated Vehicles'
    Toyota demonstrated their versatility as four diverse vehicles, the 2014 Prius hybrid, 2014 Avalon full-size sedan, 2014 Highlander mid-size crossover SUV, and 2014 Sienna van were each named "Top Rated Vehicles" by Edmunds.com.
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  • Toyota Develops New Series of Gas Engines That Will Boost Fuel Efficiency At Least 10%
    Toyota will soon introduce vehicles globally with a series of newly-developed, highly efficient gasoline engines that achieve outstanding thermal efficiency and fuel efficiency improvements of at least 10%.
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  • Camry Up More Than 11 Percent With Sales of 42,000 Units in March 2014
    Toyota reported March 2014 sales results of 215,348 units, an increase of 8.9 percent from March 2013 on a daily selling rate (DSR).
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  • Landfill Gas to Build Cars and a Greener Community
    Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Kentucky, Inc. has teamed up with Waste Services of the Bluegrass to generate power from local landfill waste, marking the region’s first business to business landfill gas to energy initiative.
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  • Toyota to Fund Film With Kentucky Commission on Women
    At the 50th anniversary celebration for the Kentucky Commission on Women Toyota announced a $100,000 grant that will fund the Kentucky Women Remembered film project.
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  • Toyota Partners with Kentucky State University to Develop Top-Notch Mechanical Engineering Students
    The Toyota Engineering Scholarship program – made possible via a five-year, $375,000 grant from the automaker – matches Toyota’s need for mechanical engineers with that of top incoming students at Kentucky State University in Frankfort.
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