|Bid||129.63 x 1000|
|Ask||129.93 x 900|
|Day's Range||128.00 - 130.67|
|52 Week Range||116.81 - 145.41|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||0.89|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||7.92|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||3.59 (2.73%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Sep 26, 2019|
|1y Target Est||163.16|
Tesla's stock is plunging after announcing weak China registrations. Yahoo FInance’s Brian Cheung joins Seana Smith on The Ticker to discuss.
While Toyota (TM) steers $400 million to self driving startup Pony.ai, Adient (ADNT) narrows its 2020 view amid coronavirus concerns.
Toyota plans to consolidate its field operations currently located at its 29 dealer sales and services offices, three regional management offices and two dealer funding teams into three new regional dealer service centers, including one in Alpharetta, Ga.
The news comes as the company also begins offering on-demand autonomous vehicle rides for Fremont city employees from an Amtrak/ACE Station to City Hall and the Fremont Development Services Center.
HONG KONG/BEIJING — Autonomous driving firm Pony.ai said on Wednesday it has raised $462 million (425 million pounds) in its latest funding round, led by an investment by Japan's largest automaker Toyota. Toyota invested around $400 million in the round, Pony.ai said in a statement, marking its biggest investment in an autonomous driving company with a Chinese background. The investment by Toyota comes at a time when global car makers, technology firms, start-ups and investors — including Tesla, Alphabet Inc's Waymo and Uber — are pouring capital into developing self-driving vehicles.
Toyota Motor Corp on Wednesday said that operations at its plants in Japan may be affected by supply chain issues linked to the new coronavirus outbreak in the coming weeks, as the global outbreak gathers pace. The automaker, which operates 16 vehicle and components sites in Japan, said that it would decide on how to continue operations at its domestic plants from the week of March 9, after keeping output normal through the week of March 2. Plants may be affected by potential supply disruptions in China as some plants in the epicentre of the virus outbreak remain are unable to produce and transport goods, while some plants remain closed under orders by regional authorities.
Toyota has invested $400m in Chinese start-up Pony.ai as the world’s second-largest carmaker joins forces with technology rivals in the race to develop self-driving vehicles and new mobility services. The latest funding, which totals $462m, values the Chinese company at $3bn, giving Toyota a 13 per cent stake and a seat on Pony.ai’s board. , which consultancy McKinsey reckons has the potential to become the world’s largest market for autonomous vehicles.
HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) - Autonomous driving firm Pony.ai said on Wednesday it has raised $462 million in its latest funding round, led by an investment by Japan's largest automaker Toyota Motor Corp. Toyota invested around $400 million in the round, Pony.ai said in a statement, marking its biggest investment in an autonomous driving company with a Chinese background. The investment by Toyota comes at a time when global car makers, technology firms, start-ups and investors - including Tesla, Alphabet Inc's Waymo and Uber - are pouring capital into developing self-driving vehicles.
Russia’s Norilsk Nickel, the world’s largest producer of palladium, says carmakers won’t switch away from the metal in catalytic converters despite a record 80 per cent surge in prices over the past year. “Automakers have little appetite for changes in the catalyst chemistry as their engineering resources are focused on meeting new tighter emission legislation,” Norilsk said. The high price of palladium has become an increasing concern for carmakers such as Toyota, whose use of the metal in its hybrid cars has led to a surge of thefts.
Toyota Motor and Volkswagen each sell 10m cars, give or take, every year. Tesla delivered about 367,500 in 2019. This is the takeaway from Nikkei Business Publications’ teardown of the Model 3, the most affordable car in the US carmaker’s all-electric line-up, starting at about $33,000.
Reuters reported Tesla is moving closer to building a gigafactory in Germany. Tesla needs to build more capacity in coming years to meet the growing demand for electric vehicles.
Consumer Reports is out with its top 10 picks for best cars of the year, with increased emphasis for 2020 on safety technologies and its rankings based for the first time on price point rather than segment categories. Models from Asian brands cleaned up, with the Tesla Model 3 as the lone entrant from an American automaker on the list and the controversial Toyota Supra making an appearance. Among 33 brands tested, Porsche was named top vehicle brand, with Genesis staying at No. 2 and Subaru dropping two places to third.
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The hydrogen fuel cell market has a serious player emerging in South Korean automaker Hyundai Motor Corp., which is jumping into the hydrogen truck market to compete with Nikola, Toyota and Tesla
Toyota has more Yaris-based goodness planned for Europe, not the U.S. The Japanese automaker teased its coming B-segment crossover that will start with the Yaris' GA-B platform and add a hair of extra length plus more ride height. In a previous interview with Auto Express, Harrison explained that the C-HR has been a success in terms of gaining conquest buyers. The C-HR's market is growing in Europe as well as splintering, at the same time the supermini hatch segment that the Yaris lives in "is also growing, pulling customers down from the C-segment." A Yaris-based crossover would give Toyota a challenger for the Ford Puma and Nissan Juke, and give shoppers a less expensive option than the C-HR.
Stock in the electric-vehicle pioneer rose back above $900 a share after an analyst at Piper Sandler raised his target for the price to the highest on Wall Street.
China’s extraordinary economic growth over the past four decades transformed the country into the world’s second-biggest economy. The key to this growth is global trade. China is not only the largest trading partner in the world, but it is also central to a myriad of supply chains.
The Annual General Meeting of TM hf. will be held on Thursday, 12 March 2020 at 16:00 in Hvammur, Grand Hotel Reykjavík, Sigtún 38, Reykjavík. In two attachments following:.
Adding all-wheel drive to the 2021 Toyota Avalon is pretty much an instance of "Hey, why not?" The latest-generation Avalon, like its Camry platform-mate, was never meant to have four driven wheels when it launched, but here I am less than two years after driving that supposedly front-drive-only full-size luxury sedan for the first time. Well, the easiest answer is that the Camry got all-wheel drive, so hey, why not add it to the Avalon as well? All the engineering done to send power to the Camry's back wheels could just as easily be done to the Avalon, as they share the same TNGA-K platform.