China TDWU: Toyota and Other Japan Automakers Slump Again in October, is the End in Sight?

Problems for Toyota continued in China in October, with the largest cuts in production in over a decade for the embattled automaker. The cuts were¬†necessitated, in order¬†to ease pressure on dealerships to move more units, as they’ve had their hands full lately with people vandalising their facilities. Even though stockpiles of vehicles have reduced drastically…

Toyota’s Proposed Safety and Electric Vehicle Battery Technologies

Although many of these types of systems have been recommended by the NHTSA for the past several years or so, Toyota, like many other automakers, have already begun to work on and implement new proposed safety and battery technologies. Toyota’s motivation is in the wake of their unintended acceleration recall disaster that struck a couple…

Toyota Recall: Japanese Automaker May Have to Pay $25.5 Million for the Unintended Acceleration Class Action Lawsuit

Toyota has been offered to settle the class action lawsuit that was filed by investors for $25.5 million dollars earlier this week, over the unintended acceleration Toyota recall that ultimately claimed 10 million vehicles worldwide, and costing the Japanese automaker over $5 billion dollars. Also, the fallout of the total recall scandals resulted in the…