Toyota partners with Grab to expand its Mobility Service Platform

Toyota Motor Corporation partners with Grab to expand its Mobility Service Platform

Toyota has joined forces with ride-hailing company Grab to provide its services throughout Southeast Asia and expand its Toyota Mobility Service Platform (MSPF).

Shigeki Tomoyama, senior managing officer of Toyota and president of the Connected Company said: "Through this collaboration with Grab, we would like to explore new ways of delivering secure, convenient and attractive mobility services to our fleet customers in Southeast Asia."

"Toyota is a global leader in the automotive sector and one of the most popular brands with drivers on our platform right across Southeast Asia, and we're excited to work together to explore how we can extend more and better connected car services to our driver partners," said Anthony Tan, co-founder and CEO of Grab Inc.

"We are confident this will benefit our driver partners, and we look forward to exploring other ways to collaborate with Toyota in the future."

Grab recently participated in a social media campaign with rival Uber to promote reducing traffic emissions.

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