There are a lot of good things happening during the coronavirus social distancing. Even as automotive plants shut down the production of vehicles for the health and safety of their workers, automakers are jumping in to help communities and the country during this time. Here, we talk about the current happenings and give highlights of what vehicle brands and companies are doing to give back to communities. From building ventilators to making safety gear and feeding the hungry, the automotive industry continues its long tradition of caring for the people and nations it serves.
Stay safe and happy. We’re getting through this together.
Experts from Toyota were on hand at the Chicago Auto Show 2020 to answer questions from the press about the new Toyota truck lineup, where Toyota is going, and what we can expect. Good information here, presented as it was seen at the show.
Kristin was in Utah talking with Heather Updegraff about the new all-wheel drive offerings in the Toyota sedan lineup, including the new Avalon AWD and Camry AWD. Toyota has added all-wheel drive to its most popular sedans for several reasons. Heather explains those and the two moms talk about teenage drivers and why Toyota is such a great fit for them as well.
In this interview, Kristin talks with TomKretschmann of Toyota about why the company moved to all-wheel drive with its sedans. Tom talks about what AWD can offer buyers, even those who don’t live in winter climates, and explains that Toyota customers have asked for this for several years.
Kristin takes a closer look at the 2020 Highlander and explains what Toyota has done to improve this three-row crossover. This quick look explains the updates for the new generation of the Highlander. Watch this channel for more about it.
Kristin interviews Gary Barham of Toyota and shows off the turning radius of the 2020 Toyota Sequoia TRD Pro at the Texas Truck Rodeo. Gary gives more information about the TRD Pro package for the Sequoia and explains why you probably want one.