|Bid||123.200 x 100|
|Ask||123.250 x 200|
|Day's Range||122.770 - 123.320|
|52 Week Range||103.620 - 124.320|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||10.83|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.93 (3.19%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Toyota is debuting a new concept vehicle for the forthcoming Tokyo Motor Show, and it's a fuel cell vehicle that's designed to get around 1,000 km (around 621 miles) on a single hydrogen pack that can be refuelled in about 3 minutes total.
DETROIT (AP) — Toyota Motor Co. is continuing its reign at the top of Consumer Reports' reliability rankings, a reward for its conservative approach to new technology.
Four Japanese automakers on Thursday said they found no safety issues with aluminium parts supplied by Kobe Steel Ltd, allaying some concerns that falsified quality data on products from the steelmaker had compromised their vehicles. Kobe Steel shares surged after the car makers' statements, but the steelmaker still has to contend with a U.S. Justice Department probe, while checks continue at hundreds of companies involved in complex supply chains spanning the globe. Japan's third-biggest steelmaker admitted earlier this month it falsified specifications on the strength and durability of aluminium, copper and steel products, along with materials for optical disks.
Four Japanese automakers on Thursday said they found no safety issues with aluminium parts supplied by Kobe Steel Ltd, allaying some concerns that falsified quality data on products from the steelmaker ...
Toyota Motor, Honda Motor and Mazda Motor said they haven’t found vehicle-safety issues from aluminum supplied by Kobe Steel, which sparked world-wide concern when it admitted falsifying documents about ...
Toyota Motor Corp on Thursday said that it had confirmed that aluminum plates supplied by Kobe Steel Ltd with falsified quality data which were used in parts for some of the Japanese automaker's vehicles had met safety and durability standards. In a statement, Toyota said that it was working to identify whether non-aluminum products supplied by Kobe Steel, which are used in the automakers' Toyota- and Lexus-branded vehicles, will also meet the standards. Kobe Steel earlier this month admitted that it had falsified data on product quality and specifications for goods supplied to around 500 customers, rocking supply chains around the world in a fresh blow to Japan's reputation as a high-quality manufacturer.