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Toyota Motor Corp (7203.T)

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Toyota, China's BYD team up to develop battery EVs

TOKYO Toyota Motor said it would develop battery electric vehicles (EVs) and batteries with BYD Co Ltd, in a sign it was ramping up partnerships with Chinese players as planned to build affordable EVs for the world's top auto market.

UPDATE 1-Toyota, China's BYD team up to develop battery EVs

* Toyota, BYD to jointly develop sedans, sport utility vehicles

Toyota, China's BYD to jointly develop battery electric vehicles

TOKYO Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday it would jointly develop battery electric vehicles (EVs) and batteries with China's BYD Co Ltd, expanding its Chinese partnerships to build affordable EVs for the world's largest car market.

Toyota, China's BYD to jointly develop battery EVs

TOKYO, July 19 Toyota Motor Corp said on Friday it would jointly develop battery electric vehicles (EVs) and batteries with China's BYD Co Ltd, expanding its Chinese partnerships to build affordable EVs for the world's largest car market.

Toyota, China's CATL in partnership for new energy vehicle batteries

TOKYO Toyota Motor Corp has agreed to partner with China's Contemporary Amperex Technology Co Ltd (CATL) to supply and develop batteries for new energy vehicles.

UPDATE 1-Toyota, China's CATL in partnership for new energy vehicle batteries

* Also discuss new technology development, recycling batteries

Toyota, China's CATL in partnership for new energy vehicle batteries

TOKYO, July 17 Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it had agreed to partner with China's Contemporary Amperex Technology Co Ltd (CATL) to supply and further develop batteries for new energy vehicles (NEVs).

China considers limited support for petrol-electric hybrids in boon for Toyota, Honda

BEIJING China is considering re-classifying petrol-electric hybrid vehicles so they get more favorable treatment than all-petrol or diesel counterparts under clean car rules, making it easier for automakers to meet environment quotas and offer more choice.

China considers limited support for petrol-electric hybrids in boon for Toyota, Honda

BEIJING, July 12 China is considering re-classifying petrol-electric hybrid vehicles so they get more favourable treatment than all-petrol or diesel counterparts under clean car rules, making it easier for automakers to meet environment quotas and offer more choice.

Toyota to build new SUV, rather than car at Alabama plant

WASHINGTON Toyota Motor Corp said on Wednesday it will build a new sport utility vehicle at a $1.6 billion joint venture assembly plant in Alabama rather than produce Corolla cars.

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