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Toyota Vehicles News

  • Auto Regulator Has 51 People Tracing 250 Million Cars

    The U.S. office responsible for monitoring safety defects in cars has had its budget stagnate and its staff cut by one-fifth from highs more than a decade ago, when Congress tried to strengthen it.

  • Toyota $1.2 Billion Deal Approved to End Criminal Probe

    Toyota Motor Corp.’s agreement to pay $1.2 billion to end a U.S. probe of its attempt to hide safety defects was approved by a federal judge, who said the case shows how “corporate fraud can kill.”

  • Toyota Agrees to $1.2 Billion Penalty Ending U.S. Probe

    Toyota Motor Corp. has agreed to pay a $1.2 billion penalty to end a U.S. criminal probe into sudden unintended acceleration that led to the recall of more than 10 million vehicles.

  • Toyota Said to Reach $1.2 Billion Settlement of Probe

    Toyota Motor Corp. has reached a $1.2 billion settlement to end a U.S. criminal probe of sudden unintended acceleration that led to the recall of more than 10 million vehicles, two people familiar with the matter said.

  • Ford Sued Over Use of Company’s Hybrid Vehicle Inventions

    Ford Motor Co., the second-biggest U.S. automaker, is accused of developing its hybrid vehicles using technology from a Baltimore company that won a patent- infringement case against Toyota Motor Corp., maker of the Prius.

  • Toyota as No. 1 Again Means Style Overhaul to Help Shares

    Toyota Motor Corp.’s small sedan revealed today in Detroit is the most important model the company will never sell. Called Furia, it gives a hint of what Akio Toyoda wants from a company not known for its style.

  • Transnet Freight Rail to Handle Transport of Toyota Vehicles

    Transnet Freight Rail, a unit of South Africa’s Transnet SOC Ltd., signed an agreement with Toyota SA Motors under which the rail operator will handle the transportation of certain locally manufactured and imported Toyota vehicles.

  • U.S. Finds No Defects in Repaired Toyota Vehicles

    Toyota Motor Corp. vehicles that were properly repaired for unintended acceleration show no evidence of flaws to warrant another defect probe, U.S. auto-safety regulator David Strickland said today.

  • Toyota Found Not at Fault in Acceleration-Related Death

    Toyota Motor Corp. wasn’t responsible for an accident that killed a 66-year-old woman who crashed her 2006 Camry into a tree after it sped out of control on a road in the wrong direction, a California jury said.

  • Covington Adds to Environmental Practice: Business of Law

    Gary Guzy, who was the deputy director and general counsel of the White House Council on Environmental Quality, is joining Covington & Burling LLP in January. Guzy, who also served as general counsel of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in the Clinton administration, is joining the firm’s environmental, clean-energy, public policy and government affairs practices.

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