There is no future for the automotive industry without the promotion of environmental technology. Listening to customers, Toyota understands that only companies that succeed in this area will be acceptable to society. Toyota’s goal is to develop, produce and market environmental technologies that will have mass-market appeal. There will be no “silver bullet” solution – the key is to offer the right vehicle, at the right price, at the right time.
Toyota has been delivering quality, efficient vehicles for decades – including the world's best selection of fuel-friendly, lower emissions hybrids. Only Toyota and Lexus hybrid systems offer a solution that can simultaneously achieve cleaner emissions, provide greater efficiency and deliver more power than a conventional vehicle. And, since Toyota and Lexus hybrids are full hybrids, they can start up and run in electric mode alone. But there's so much more to the story. From design, manufacturing and distribution... to sales, service and end of life disposal... Toyota is setting the industry standard for sustainable transportation and business operations. Here you'll find information, images and other resources that will help explain Toyota Canada’s commitment to green.
Jun 20, 2018 The Toyota Camry Hybrid And Toyota Prius Prime Plug-In Hybrid Take On All Challengers At The 2018 AJAC EcoRun
TORONTO, ON – June 20, 2018 – Canadian drivers in the market for a fun to drive, boldly styled and remarkably efficient gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle will want to check out the all-new 2018 Toyota Camry Hybrid – making its first appearance in the Automobile Journalists Association of Canada’s annual EcoRun event.
May 24, 2018 Toyota Aims to Increase the Mass-Production of Fuel Cell Stacks and Hydrogen Tanks by Tenfold to Get More Zero-Emissions Vehicles on the Road
New building at Honsha Plant in Japan will house fuel cell stack production Japan’s Shimoyama Plant to add new line dedicated to mass production of high-pressure hydrogen tanks Expansion of sales areas for fuel cell electric vehicles planned in Japan ...
Apr 26, 2018 Toyota Unveils Design of its New Eastern Canada Parts Distribution Centre Coming to Clarington, Ontario in 2019
CLARINGTON, Ontario, April 26, 2018 – Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) kicked off the construction of its newest Canadian facility by revealing a first look at the new building’s design today. The Municipality of Clarington in Ontario will be home to the company’s new Eastern Canada Parts Distribution Centre (ECPDC).
Apr 24, 2018 Toyota Reaffirms Commitment to a Sustainable Future
Toronto, Ontario, April 24, 2018 – Toyota today released four papers that detail the company’s environmental sustainability position in North America as it works toward the goals of its Global Environmental Challenge 2050, which sets sustainability targets for the company to achieve by 2050.
Apr 19, 2018 Shell and Toyota Move Forward With Hydrogen Facility For Freight At Port Of Long Beach
SAN FRANCISCO, April 19, 2018 – Equilon Enterprises LLC, doing business as Shell Oil Products US (“Shell”), and Toyota have been provisionally awarded $8 million by the California Energy Commission (CEC) to develop the first hydrogen-truck refueling...
Mar 28, 2018 Toyota Launches Production Model Fuel Cell Bus
Toronto, Ontario, March 28, 2018 - Toyota has announced that sales of the “Sora*1,” the first fuel cell bus (FC bus) to receive vehicle type certification in Japan, have started.
Mar 14, 2018 Growing momentum for hydrogen as further multinationals join global coalition
Toronto, Ontario, March 14, 2018 - Hydrogen Council welcomes 11 new members from Asia, North America and Europe. Leading international oil & gas, energy, science & technology and automotive companies come on board, driving hydrogen innovation to support...
Mar 05, 2018 Japan H2 Mobility, LLC established by eleven companies to accelerate deployment of hydrogen stations in Japan
TORONTO, ONTARIO, March 5, 2018 - The 11 companies mentioned below have today announced the joint establishment of "Japan H2 Mobility, LLC (hereinafter JHyM)", aimed at the full-fledged development of hydrogen stations for fuel cell vehicles (FCV) in Japan.
Feb 14, 2018 President and CEO of Toyota Canada: "We're concerned because any policy focusing solely on the sale of zero emission vehicles may miss the real target of reducing GHGs"
TORONTO, ONTARIO, February 14, 2018 – Speaking to a room full of Canadian automotive industry stakeholders last night, Larry Hutchinson, President and CEO at Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI), cautioned that with the Government of Canada expected to launch a national zero emission vehicles strategy later this year, Canada may fail in our efforts to reduce carbon emissions if we focus only on the sale of zero emissions vehicles.
Feb 13, 2018 Toyota Canada Inc. (TCI) Releases Highlights from 2017 North American Environmental Report
TORONTO, ONTARIO, February 13, 2018 – With the ultimate goal of creating a net positive impact on the environment by 2050, Toyota has worked hard to contribute to widespread, meaningful change in 2017. Today, Toyota released its 2017 annual North...