Toyota has been touting its production plans in the United States, joining other carmakers who are keen to avoid being tweeted by Donald Trump.
Japan defends Toyota over Donald Trump's threat to heavily tax vehicles imported into the US that it is planning to build at a new plant in Mexico.
Rustproofing issues with Tacoma, Tundra and Sequoia vehicles are to cost Toyota $3.4 billion in settling a US federal class action law suit.
Toyota is having to recall 5.8 million cars around the world over potentially faulty air bag inflators made by Japanese company Takata.
Toyota has warned its 2016/17 profit will be the smallest in four years because of the stronger yen.
Toyota is recalling nearly 3.4 million Prius and other cars to fix possible leaks from fuel emissions control units and a problem with airbag inflators made by the Swedish company Autoliv.
Toyota has become the latest carmaker to invest in an on-demand ride-hailing company by forging a deal with Uber. It follows General Motors investing in Lyft and Volkswagen in Gett.
Toyota is to recall almost 2.9 million mostly RAV4 vehicles to make the seat frames safer and ensure they don't damage seat belts in case of a crash.
Toyota has raised its net profit forecast for the current business year thanks to increased production efficiencies in its Chinese operations and improved sales in North America.
Toyota remains the world's top carmaker for the fourth year running, ahead of scandal-plagued Volkswagen and General Motors.
Toyota has revised its revenue forecast for the year downwards by one percent to 27.5 trillion yen ($225.82 billion, 207.7 billion euros), largely
Toyota has taken over from Volkswagen as the world’s number one car manufacturer in terms of sales. As the diesel emissions scandal hit the German
Toyota says it is recalling six and a half million vehicles worldwide to check a window power switch in some models. A defect has been found which
Volkswagen races to the lead, overtaking Toyota in worldwide vehicle deliveries in the first half of the year.
Toyota and Nissan said on Thursday they will recall more than three million more cars because of concerns over airbags involved in eight deaths