125.42 +0.10 (0.08%)
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|Bid||119.00 x 1000|
|Ask||126.50 x 1400|
|Day's Range||124.98 - 125.65|
|52 Week Range||118.82 - 140.99|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||8.10|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||4.38 (3.58%)|
|1y Target Est||138.05|
Volkswagen is ending production of its iconic beetle, which spent 80 years on the market. The German automaker will stop production of the vehicle next July. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dion Rabouin, Jennifer Rogers and Ethan Wolff-Mann discuss.
The process of station wagons being replaced by SUVs and minivans in the hearts of most North American car shoppers was nearly complete by the mid-'90s, so Toyota nixed the Camry wagon for this continent after the 1996 model year. You won't see many 1992-1996 Camrys in wrecking yards with fewer than 200,000 miles on the clock, since they were sturdy (if unexciting) machines that held their value well. Toyota did sell Camry wagons with manual transmissions in the United States— I've seen a few in junkyards— but you couldn't buy a 5-speed LE wagon here after the 1991 model year.
The first time I even laid eyes on the new Toyota Supra was in the pit lane at Jarama Circuit, outside of Madrid, Spain. A new Supra is a pretty big deal. Related: 2019 BMW Z4 30i and 2020 M40i unveiled in production formThe good news is we can report how the A90 drives and handles.
John Leonard strolls up to a drab one-story garage on the campus of MIT and unlocks the door. It’s not just any Lexus—this one is vital to Toyota’s effort to develop driverless vehicles. Leonard, vice president for automated driving research at the almost three-year-old Toyota Research Institute, explains how the Lexus is jury-rigged with radars, video cameras, and lasers that can detect, identify, and react to objects up to 200 meters (656 feet) away—twice as far as a year ago.
In this newly created position, Valenstein will be responsible for TMNA's product cost and profitability analysis, leading the company's drive to optimize revenue, including introduction of enhanced data analytics tools, as well as leading financial support for Toyota's North American parts and accessories operations.
In the week ending September 14, General Motors (GM) stock rose 2.1% after registering losses of 5.9% in the previous week. While General Motors stock gained 16.2% in May, it turned negative in June. The stock lost ~7.7%, 3.8%, and 4.9% in June, July, and August, respectively. General Motors has lost 2.9% on the month-to-date basis as of September 17. Let’s take a look at the key support and resistance levels for General Motors stock before we explore its recent fundamental updates.
As of September 12, Tesla’s forward EV-to-EBITDA (enterprise value-to-EBITDA) multiple was 22.1x. It was calculated on the company’s estimated EBITDA for the next 12 months.
All-New Corolla Hatchback marketing campaign proves the Hatch is back! Toyota's new 2019 Corolla Hatchback national marketing campaign, titled "Greater Than", promises a vehicle that enables drivers to live in the moment and experience life to the fullest. The fun-to-drive hatchback evokes style without compromise while boosting Toyota's newest, most technologically-advanced features in a small car. The campaign highlights the fact that Corolla drivers continually carve out opportunities to come together with friends and loved ones for unique adventures and great times together. "With this campaign, our goal was to authentically connect with our target audiences in unique ways", said Lisa Materazzo, vice president vehicle marketing and communications, Toyota Motor North America.
On this week's Autoblog Podcast, Editor-in-Chief Greg Migliore is joined by Senior Editor Alex Kierstein and Green Editor John Snyder. Then we get into other topics, including the death of the VW Beetle, our thoughts on the state of the Nissan 370Z, cameras replacing mirrors, the trouble with the Ford Focus Active, and Elon Musk blazing a fat blunt.
Japan's Sumitomo Metal Mining Co Ltd (SMM) plans to focus on two key customers for its battery materials, Toyota Motor Corp and Panasonic Corp, supplier of car power packs to Tesla Inc, SMM's new president said. While Toyota and Panasonic are already SMM's biggest customers, rising sales of electric cars - led by Tesla's mass-market Model 3 - mean the Japanese miner and smelter is in a sweet spot it needs to protect.
Various factors, including economic turmoil and ongoing trade spat with Washington result in declining auto sales in China in August.