Greg Kable German and Japanese giants announce a partnership to build a new sports car that could revive the Celica or Supra.
In little more than a decade, you could be driving a Toyota made from seaweed.
Richard Blackburn, drive.com.au Toyota has confirmed it will build a hybrid version of its Camry sedan in Australia from 2010.
Andrew Heasley Toyota might be reeling from the recall of almost 8 million cars internationally, but yesterday in Port Melbourne, the car maker launched Australia's first locally built, petrol-electric car - the...
Toby Hagon Local car maker plans return to top selling position three years after shutting its local manufacturing operations.
Andrew Maclean Small prestige cars aren't new but they're more popular than ever.
Sam Hall German luxury maker aimed high with new C-Class range, and it shows.
David Morley Wealthy Middle Eastern buyers of luxury cars demand to be treated like kings.
Matt Campbell Four entry-level luxury sedans do battle for budget-conscious buyers with top-end tastes.
Matt Campbell Prestige brands rumoured to be looking at premium utility vehicles.
Rhys Jones and Kate Holton British brand has pulled the pint-sized Cygnet from its line-up due to poor sales.
Glenn Butler The British brand's second-generation limousine epitomises luxury on wheels.
Joshua Dowling Why the next big thing in luxury cars is small. And rugged.
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Chris Harris Secret owner orders one-off supercar based on the 12C.
Stephen Ottley No more power but updated sports car gets aggressive to combat new rivals.
Matt Campbell Survey ranks Toyota the tenth best brand in the world, closely followed by Mercedes-Benz and BMW.
Toby Hagon and Richard Blackburn The next breed of fuel efficient sports cars is set to capitalise on record sales of cars designed more for fun than practicality.
Glenn Butler Luxury limousine is more about effortless performance than saving fuel and money.
Matt Campbell Sticking accelerators, wheels falling off and fire concerns create blushes for prestige brands.