Toyota has spent over 85 years advancing mobility technology but we’re just getting started. We’re imagining a more advanced mobility future with a view to inspire human progress all over the world. After all, when we’re free to move, anything is possible.
Coming to life at Tokyo 2020
At the Olympic and Paralympic Games, humanity comes together to celebrate progress through movement. This is why Toyota is the Official Worldwide Mobility Partner of the Olympic and Paralympic Games. At Tokyo 2020, we’re unveiling our greatest innovations yet.
Toyota's ambition is to achieve zero emissions by 2050. Which is why we're creating vehicles that have as little impact as possible on the natural world around us. We started with the groundbreaking Prius Hybrid in 1997 and then in 2014 one of the world’s first mass-produced hydrogen Fuel Cell sedan.
Launched in 2014, the first-generation Toyota Mirai proved the global potential of using hydrogen to power clean and sustainable mobility with emissions of nothing but water. Our next-generation about to hit Australian roads, takes it even further.
The road is an unpredictable place – you can never be certain of what may lie ahead. Which is why Toyota has developed Toyota Safety Sense, a multi-feature active safety package designed to support all road users.