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The sun is shining again just in time for the long Memorial Day weekend! Some of our newest customers here at Gresham Toyota will no doubt be hitting the road for adventures near and far in their new vehicles. Here are a few of them with their new cars, trucks and SUVs. We wish safe and happy travels to everyone, and thanks for choosing Gresham Toyota!
We hope you love your new 2012 Toyota Corolla, Melissa! Thanks for choosing Gresham Toyota.
Enjoy your new Toyota Highlander!
That’s a great looking 2012 Toyota Prius, Michael! We’re glad you chose Gresham Toyota.
Thanks for choosing Gresham Toyota, Alan! Enjoy your new 2012 Toyota Tundra.
That’s a great-looking 2012 Toyota Highlander, David! Thanks for shopping with us.
Enjoy that 2002 Toyota Camry, Dennis, and thank you for choosing Gresham Toyota!
We hope you love your 2010 Toyota Prius, Kay!
Enjoy your 2010 Toyota Corolla, Jenifer! And thanks for choosing Gresham Toyota.
It’s been a beautiful, warm week here in the Pacific Northwest, and with the sun came another group of great Gresham Toyota customers! As the week wraps up to a close, here are a few of the faces who chose Gresham to find their newest vehicle. We’re so glad each one of you came in to see us!
Derek, thanks for choosing Gresham for this 2012 Scion xD!
Enjoy that 2012 Toyota Corolla, Gerald! We’re so glad we met y’all.
Mother’s Day is almost upon us, and we’re grateful for all of the moms who have sacrificed so much for us. Before Sunday, though, we wanted to celebrate a different part of our family: the newest members of Gresham Toyota. Every week we showcase them on our blog, because every week we’re so thankful for each one of them. These Toyota customers are some of the best in the business!
Glad to see you’re already putting the truck bed to good use, Matt! Enjoy your 2006 Toyota Tundra.
Jonathan and Beth, thanks for coming in to get that 2012 Toyota Rav4!
Thanks for choosing Gresham for your 2012 Toyota Prius, Ben. Guess we won’t be seeing you at the pumps anytime soon!
You picked out a great 2012 Toyota Prius, Yelena!
From dads and sons to husbands and wives, we have a great family of amazing customers at Gresham Toyota. Every week, as our way of showing thanks, we’re proud to post them here on our blog. Thank you all for joining the family! We’re so glad you chose Gresham Toyota for your new cars, trucks, and SUVs.
Enjoy your fuel savings with your 2012 Toyota Prius V, Freya!
It’s great to have you join the Gresham family, David and Ruth. We’re glad y’all found the perfect Toyota Camry!
John, enjoy your new rugged Toyota FJ Cruiser!
So great to meet you guys. That 2012 Toyota Prius looks great, Bob!
Thanks for choosing Gresham to find that 2000 Toyota Camry, Tracy!
Thanks for coming in, Jordan! Hope you two have fun with that 2006 Toyota Tacoma.
Welcome to the Gresham family, Carey and Jeff. Enjoy your new 2012 Toyota 4Runner!
Actually, they’re going to read emotions according to What Car?, a UK automotive magazine. Throughout the last decade, Toyota has been in development of a mood sensing technology. The goal is to create a fleet of cars that know when you’re angry or sad, since those moods tend to increase the likelihood of an accident. To some, this may sound like science fiction or the plot of Knight Rider, but it’s not. Market analysts predict we may see the technology on the Gresham Toyota lot in as little as six years.
Mood sensing is much more complicated than a ring that changes color. It requires a complicated network of cameras and motion sensors. Today’s Toyota technology can analyze 238 facial points to determine if someone is happy, sad, angry, or neutral. Studies show that sad and angry drivers pay less attention to road hazards and traffic conditions, and they’re less responsive to brake or swerve. To keep yourself and others safe, your Toyota could intervene and brake or steer to avoid a collision.
Toyota hopes this technology will make roads safer in the future, but the advancements could have more practical purposes too. Screens would dim when the car knew you weren’t looking at them, and mirrors would automatically adjust based on your height. While these developments exceed current capabilities, Toyota has always remained at the forefront of new technology. If future Toyota vehicles can sense your mood, they won’t just improve your driving experience: they’ll keep you and others safe.