San Diego International Auto Show

The San Diego International Auto Show is going on right now at the Convention Center in downtown San Diego and Toyota was of course present showing of their new 2013 models.

The San Diego International Auto Show features the widest variety of new vehicles under one roof, featuring over 400 vehicles from 36 global manufacturers. The 2013 model-year vehicles showcase the newest levels of technology that enhance the driving experience, packaged in luxurious interiors and wrapped in cutting edge designs. When not captivated by the cars, show visitors can participate in exciting, fun new features, family entertainment, and interactive activities.
San Diego International Auto Show

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Check out our Facebook Photo Album to see all the pictures from the first day at the auto show.

The San Diego International Auto Show is open Thursday, December 27, 2012 and run through Sunday, Dec 30, 2012. For more information visit the official San Diego International Auto Show website.

SHOW DATES SHOW TIMES
12/27/12 Thursday 10 am – 9 pm
12/28/12 Friday 10 am – 9 pm
12/29/12 Saturday 10 am – 9 pm
12/30/12 Sunday 10 am – 7 pm

Mission Completed!

On October 12, the Toyota Tundra completed the mission of towing the 300.000 lbs Space Shuttle Endeavour through the streets of Los Angeles. Check out the video below to see the Tundra in action and visit the Tundra Endeavour website for more info, videos and pictures. Continue reading

Tweet and Help Donate Money

Help raise money for the Space Shuttle Endeavour’s new home by sending out a tweet from the Tundra Endeavour “Tweet Drive” site. For every tweet sent out from the Tundra Endeavour site, Toyota will donate $50 to the California Science Center in Los Angeles, CA.
Here is how you contribute: Continue reading

Tundra and the Space Shuttle Endeavour

The Space Shuttle Endeavour made its first launch into space in 1992 and completed 25 mission before its last flight in May 2011. This year the Endeavour was transported from NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida to Los Angeles International Airport, where it arrived on September 21st, after a 3 day long transfer on top of NASA’s Shuttle Carrier Aircraft. Continue reading