If you think the Nissan Juke looks odd, just wait until you see the new Toyota C-HR on the road…

Films stars, Uber drivers and high-flying executives. Is the new Prius an eco-car for all people?

Mirai-cle on the Elbe: Hamburg drive of Toyota’s fuel cell car reveals the potential of hydrogen, but big investment is needed for fuelling stations.

Getting the chance to experience the future of personal transportation isn’t something to turn down, so I went to Grenoble to see if Toyota’s i-Road is good enough for the road…

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The Aygo has been a resounding success for Toyota, notching up some 760,000 sales across Europe over the nine years that’s it’s been available in the UK. Now it’s time for a change. Teaming up with their partners at Citroen and Peugeot, the new Aygo promises to be something different,Continue Reading

Toyota’s Verso had a pretty significant facelift last year, but still lagged behind some of its incredibly competent rivals from Citroen, Ford, SEAT and Vauxhall. In a bid to woo buyers to the smart looking Verso, the Japanese firm has borrowed some diesel engines from BMW and slotted them underContinue Reading

As the spiritual successor to the Yaris Verso, first impressions are that the Verso-S is doing a better job than the earlier car. Externally, it’s a sharp-edged mini MPV rather than the rather bulbous ‘popemobile’ of old, although there’s a similarity to its most obvious rival, the Honda Jazz. ThatContinue Reading

The Toyota Prius has been the clear leader in hybrid cars for some time, with many assuming it’s got a monopoly on the technology, so good has the Toyota PR machine been. However, with new technologies and improved battery performance there’s now some big name competitors. The Vauxhall Ampera’s 50Continue Reading

The Toyota Yaris is a well respected small car, selling in the first four months of 2012 nearly three times as much as the Auris HSD and Prius hybrid. Taking that hybrid system and putting it in the Yaris should turn it in to something astonishing, shouldn’t it?

The Toyota GT86 is an important car for the Japanese manufacturer. Since the demise of the Supra, Celica and MR2, there’s been no ‘halo’ car in the range of worthy but functional family vehicles and, despite increasing sales, Toyota need a car that will get people talking about the brand.

The Toyota Prius is very definitely the poster child of the eco generation, with Hollywood stars, politicians and the like all clamouring to be seen behind the wheel of what is perceived as the greenest car on the road.