Toyota. Sunday , June 11th , 2017 - 20:55:42 PM
In the recent economic crisis, Toyota has had its average share of issues. In spite of ensuing deficit in the preceding couple of years, it has performed comparably better compared to other auto makers. However, in tumultuous days like these, Toyota appears to have adopted a prudent attitude to the new electric car technology and concentrate primarily on the top performing models, trying to squeeze as much as manageable out of the tested and well-know hybrid technology. Toyota has learned effectively from its several years of achievements in the auto business and even though skeptics appear to worry that Toyota will fall behind when the technology ultimately becomes commercially viable, I do not think Toyota has much to panic about.
Artificial intelligence features could be added to cars that allow them to know where the car is going and offer services drivers might want along the way. Going to the baseball game this weekend? The car might detect the route a driver normally takes and recommend restaurants for a pre-game lunch.
Its now 2010, and the automotive industry is putting its best foot forward to try and garner some of the audience it lost over the recession of 2009 with huge new technologies and big innovations. While numbers were rough over 09, some brands came out no worse for the wear. Kia, for instance, had a record year, becoming one of the only manufacturers to really end up on the positive side of the sales spectrum. Other manufacturers worked on bolstering brand loyalty, even in the face of low sales, and are coming into 10 with a little extra steam and momentum.
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