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2023 New York International Auto Show Guests Use Artificial Intelligence to Create Their Picture-Perfect Lexus - Lexus USA Newsroom


Designing a World-Class User Experience Starts with Trust

For UX/UI designers Katie Naiser and Andrew Han, trust is absolutely necessary – trust in their teams, trust in their missions and trust in their intuition. They’re two designers among the many people at Toyota Connected North America (TCNA) who help to instill that same confidence within millions of customers they serve.

Women in Tech: A Discussion about Diversity in the Workplace

TC’s GK Senthil: Path toward vehicle autonomy may be longer but will be fruitful (

Feet in the Present, Eyes Focused on the Future

Innovation exists everywhere,” said Aghyad Saleh, a senior data science engineer at Toyota Connected North America (TCNA). “Innovation exists in every level of the process of manufacturing and building our vehicles.”


2022 By The Numbers

This past year has been one of progress and plenty of change. We've celebrated many milestones, with plenty more on their way. From 2022, these numbers represent many of the highlights behind the achievements at Toyota Connected North America:

Two Toyota Leaders Recognized by MotorTrend as ‘Software-Defined Vehicle’ Innovators


2022 in Review: Celebrating Together

Whatever the “new normal” is, we’re likely in it. The year 2022 set us on a path toward stability gently returning after two years of uncertainty, and it also set Toyota Connected (“TC”) up for our next adventures as the company continues to evolve.

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How Toyota Connected Built Stability into Its Drivelink Telematics Services Platform and Software

Redundancy is perhaps technology’s greatest friend.


Toyota Connected Leverages Twilio to Build A Faster and More Responsive 'Drivelink' Experience

TCNA leverages the latest technology to help provide more than 5.5 million drivers in North America with convenience, access to emergency services and more behind the wheel.