First things first: What are the Sustainable Mobility Indicators (SMI)? They are a set of indicators for cities to make a holistic evaluation of their existing mobility system. Designed within the World Business Council for […]
London is discussing to extend its current ‘Ultra Low Emission’ zone in the city centre before 2020 as initially planned. In Paris, in an attempt to slash greenhouse gas emissions by 75% by 2050, the […]
The press has been closely watching the performance of both Toyota TS050 racing cars that participate in this year’s WEC competition. But there is a third one that we have found out about and that […]
No more getting wet on a bike or frustrated in case of missing a bus. That is, if you live in Grenoble. Do you remember that day when you missed the last bus? When it […]
Can you believe that Toyota has just built its 10 millionth car in Europe? It is a big number to try to imagine, but if you parked each one nose-to-tail, they would just about circle […]
Last time we created some buzz around the 1st public hydrogen station to be constructed in Belgium (Zaventem), there wasn’t actually much to see. Except for a ceremony attended by high level people digging a […]
When he got up in the morning of November 11th, Victor Dugonics was already excited. A few days before, we called him to let him know he was the millionth customer in Europe to choose a […]
NEW PRIUS The rebirth of the pioneer The introduction of the all-new fourth generation Prius marks a further advance in the history and achievements of Toyota’s hybrid power technology. The new model builds on the […]
Engaging with stakeholders is always important. As such, we have recently hosted a “day out” for a division of DG Clima (from the European Commission) at our Technical Centre.
“I want you to do things that make you proud of being young, without losing your own personality and with dreams in your heart.” Akio Toyoda, President & CEO Toyota Motor Corporation Farsighted businesses have long ago realised that investing in young potentials always pays off.