Toyota Motor Corp. vehicle electronic systems are safe and designed to be immune from electro-magnetic interference. That was the gist of a 1.5-hour webinar for reporters Monday explaining in detail how Toyota electronic systems work and how they are designed and tested. Under fire from Congress and plaintiffs’ attorneys who say it dismissed too easily the notion that computer flaws could be the cause of sudden unintended acceleration in its vehicles, Toyota technical officials now are ...

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