Toyota, the world’s second-largest automaker, has announced that its auto plants located in China would remain shut due to coronavirus outbreak.
Toyota and Honda are to recall over six million vehicles worldwide due to the danger they pose for drivers.
Toyota has chosen to establish its assembling plant in Ghana and Ivory Coast despite President Buhari's plea urging it to establish it in Nigeria.
Although Toyota also plans to invest in Nigeria’s automobile industry, the car manufacturer wants to provide a solution to Nigeria’s health sector problem which has caused government...
By 2022, Nigerians and other users of Toyota’s Land Cruiser will no longer be able to purchase the Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) following the decision of the carmaker to stop producing it.
The Nigerian market has become the most sought after for car makers on the continent.