ANN ARBOR, MI – Toyota pulls back the curtain on its fledgling Collaborative Safety Research Center, commissioned by CEO Akio Toyoda in January with $50 million in backing and a pledge to further automotive safety research to the benefit of “the entire industry.” Housed at the Toyota Technical Center’s campus here, the CSRC is part of the auto maker’s mea culpa for its role in a 2009-2010 sudden-acceleration scandal that tarnished its sterling quality reputation, triggered a congressional ...

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