Toyota to offer 'Total-care Service' to 1,500 Grab cars

ASIA'S biggest carmaker Toyota Motor is offering a service to Grab that will allow Toyota to collect real-time vehicle information to tailor fleet management, automotive insurance and vehicle...

Toyota ploughs billions into ridehailing with eye on future of cars

TOYOTA Motor Corp, Asia's biggest carmaker, is preparing for a potential future where people don't buy cars. That's behind the hefty investments that the company has made in ride-hailing providers,...

Grab's success lies in its user-centric platform in S-E Asia

THE world's largest carmaker, Toyota, will invest US$1 billion in South-east Asian ride-sharing app Grab. This will be the second major move for Toyota, after forming a strategic alliance in 2016...

Toyota’s US$1b investment in Grab is credit positive for both: Moody's

TOYOTA'S US$1 billion investment into Singapore-based ride hailing platform Grab is credit positive for both companies, Moody's Investors Service said in a note released on Monday.

Toyota to invest US$1b in Grab, taking lead in latest financing round

TOYOTA Motor Corp will invest US$1 billion in Singapore-based Grab, in what is said to be the largest-ever investment by an automotive manufacturer in the global ride-hailing sector.