It’s safe to say that everyone loved the RAV4 Genie featured on Toyota’s Super Bowl commercial a few months back. The always lovely Kaley Cuoco brought the convenience and versatility of the 2013 Toyota RAV4 to life in this commercial and gave us some laughs too.
Well guess what? The RAV4 Genie is back! And dare we say this commercial is the funniest one yet? Yeah, we are going there.
Check out this installment of the RAV4 Genie in “Baby Translator.” You won’t be disappointed:
We’ve all heard about how dangerous it can be to drive while distracted, especially since the era of cell phones, texting, and always-on-hand apps. But what about other types of distracted driving? Did you that simple tasks like messing with your radio or sorting through your purse can also pose a threat to your safety and the safety of others on the road?
Toyota Driving Expectations along with “Drive it Home.org” have put together this informational video to show the potential danger that simple tasks have on driving. Check out these real teenagers and parents as they navigate through the Distracted Driving Course:
Toyota’s Super Bowl commercial this year featured actress and beloved public figure Kaley Cuoco as a genie who granted wishes while effortlessly toting around her beret-wearing Chihuahua. Of course one of the wishes that she granted was an all-new Toyota RAV4, with a new, more modern rear liftgate.
Well, the RAV4 genie is back with a new installment of “Wish Granted.” Check it out below to see not only the all-new Toyota RAV4 but also Kaley as the purple-clad genie.
One of the things that people love about their car is the comfort and convenience that it provides. Until now, you might not think of a pickup truck when the words “comfort and convenience” are mentioned. Well, think again.
The 2014 Toyota Tundra features just that: the comfort of a CrewMax body style with four doors and seating for five, the convenience of blind spot monitoring and rear cross path detection, and the comfort of additional cab space. Plus, it is bolder and more aggressive looking than ever.
See the all-new 2014 Toyota Tundra for yourself, revealed at the Chicago Auto Show in February.
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It is auto show season and you know what that means: tons of new cars and concepts being revealed! There are two concept cars in particular that caught our attention: the Toyota Corolla Furia and Toyota Fun Vii.
The Corolla Furia was unveiled at the 2013 Detroit Auto Show last month. This new concept vehicle is designed to look and feel younger, fresher, and more appealing. This is thanks in part to the Furia’s short overhangs, long wheelbase, sweeping windshield and fender flares. Although this is just a concept, Toyota explains that the Furia represents their plans and efforts for all future cars: vehicles that allow drivers to expressively “Go Places.”
Next is the Toyota Fun Vii concept, a totally innovative and far-reaching idea. When designing this car, Toyota tried to imagine what a car 20 years from now would be like. So they created a car that is unlike anything you’ve seen, something that connects the driver to the car in revolutionary ways. Just to give you an idea, the entire body of the car is a LED-screen. Intrigued? Watch this video to see the Fun Vii for yourself:
Almost every truck manufacturer out there markets that they have the most powerful truck out there or that their truck offers the best performance. Most of these assertions are just talk and nothing more. But not so with the Toyota Tundra. Instead of telling you how powerful and impressive this truck is, why don’t we just let this video do the talking for us?
Check out this video of the Toyota Tundra towing Space Shuttle Endeavor. You read that correctly, space shuttle:
We’ve all heard of the Toyota Camry. It has been one of the best-selling sedans in America for years. It is one of Toyota’s flagship models. But do you really know the Camry?
Toyota initiated the Camry Effect campaign to show how the Camry works in the lives of everyday people. Phil Penrod is one of these people, a real person who drives the Toyota Camry in his real life.
Academy Award-winning director Errol Morris sat down with Phil to get his thoughts on his Toyota Camry Hybrid. As a first Sergeant and someone with a bad back, Phil explains how the Camry Hybrid provides him with comfort, cost-effectiveness, and surprisingly enough, speed.
Check out the whole interview and see for yourself how the Toyota Camry can help you:
When it comes to hybrid cars, there are more and more models, brands, and options popping up all the time. But don’t be fooled. Your best bet for an efficient yet affordable hybrid is the Toyota Prius c. Simply put, it is one of the most affordable hybrid cars out there.
The Prius c delivers an incredible 53 miles per gallon city and 46 miles per gallon highway. While the Prius c is smaller than its original Prius counterpart, this hybrid still comfortably seats five.
Whether you choose normal driving mode, ECO, or EV, you are sure to be impressed with the results you obtain. Watch this video to find out more about the various modes of the Toyota Prius c: