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Thanks for reading my Bio, my name is Graham Ross, Franchise Principal at Western Toyota. I joined the Toyota ... family in 2003 and haven't looked back. I've held the position of Franchise Principal since 2013. I've also held roles as Franchise Accountant for 6 years and Operations Manager for 4 years.
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Whether you’re an astrology aficionado or just think horoscopes are a bit of fun, you’ll find the ideal car to suit your zodiac sign in this new guide from Toyota.
From coupes and family SUVs to hot hatches and future electric vehicles, there’s a dozen Toyota models aligning with the characteristics of each star sign. Are you a racer by nature, an adventurer or a family-first person? Find out in our “motorscope” below.
Toyota and the Japanese Red Cross have revealed the world’s first hydrogen-powered and zero-emission mobile clinic, which has been developed in response to the increasing need for the delivery of medical services and temporary electrical power in disaster-affected areas of Japan.
After almost a decade of development, we are likely to start seeing a lot more of the Toyota Human Support Robot (HSR) in the next few years. The high-tech device represents a small but important part of Toyota’s transition into a mobility company. As Toyota President Akio Toyoda declared at the CES technology expo in 2018: “It’s my goal to transition Toyota from an automobile company to a mobility company, and the possibilities of what we can build, in my mind, are endless.”
The first major update of the eighth-generation Toyota Hilux has arrived in the UK for the 2021 model year, bringing with it sharper styling, more generous equipment, dynamic enhancements and the option of a more powerful 2.8-litre engine. We anticipate that these changes will strengthen the model’s appeal for both business and leisure users. But does the motoring media agree? Below is a selection of excerpts from the first 2021 Toyota Hilux reviews.
No sooner has its tyres touched UK roads than the new Toyota GR Yaris has won effusive praise. Reviews from motoring writers and video presenters have been nothing short of glowing, and the accolades continue coming as media outlets pitch our new hyper-hatch against rival machines – even exotic supercars – in group tests or pick standout vehicles in their respective annual awards.
The Toyota Hilux is renowned for its capability and durability, which is why it has become one of the most relied-upon vehicles among humanitarian aid workers travelling into challenging and inhospitable environments. When preparing to drive deep into a remote area on an expedition, aid workers must be confident that their vehicle – often loaded with essential life-saving supplies – can reach the destination and then return to base without a hitch.
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The Toyota Mirai has become the first hydrogen fuel cell electric car to drive the length of Britain from John O’Groats to Land’s End, in the process emitting nothing but a few litres of pure water along the way.
Toyota Gazoo Racing won the 86th 24 Hours of Le Mans over the weekend, where its cars took the chequered flag in first and second place. It was an historic first victory for Toyota in its 20th entry in the world-famous race.
The #8 TS050 Hybrid takes the chequered flag, closely followed by its #7 sister car