Toyota Arizona Proving Grounds (TAPG), Toyota’s exclusive vehicle development and testing facility in the United States, will become available to the broader industry as a vehicle testing resource upon release. opened the Arizona Mobile Testing Center (AMTC) at TAPG.
According to a Toyota spokesperson, nearly 50 Toyota and Lexus vehicles for the North American market have been tested at TAPG since it opened in 1993, including new vehicles. Tundra pickup truck version 2022.
Toyota tapped Intertek Transportation Technologies to operate the facility and provide tenant management and related services under a new multi-year agreement, while Toyota maintained ownership and continued its experimental activities at TAPG.
Intertek provides the transportation industry with services that cover all aspects of demand at AMTC, including staffing, scheduling, maintenance, security, and monitoring of all testing operations. at this address. It will also market AMTC to attract tenants and manage the rental business.
Part of the AMTC will include a portion of land for tenants to build their own office and garage space as part of using their facility. Toyota is also building new amenities of its own, including expanding off-road testing facilities and a noise assessment course, to provide new and world-class amenities at AMTC.
Toyota is also maintaining its longstanding commitment to supporting the surrounding community including supporting the Nadaburg Unified School District #81 in Wittman. Toyota will contribute another grant to help develop STEM education. Toyota is also donating to the St. Mary’s in Phoenix to address food insecurity.
The Arizona Mobility Testing Center at TAPG is located in the Sonoran Desert near Wittman, Arizona, a town about 60 miles northwest of Phoenix. The facility covers approximately 11,650 acres and has 77 miles of test surface with 25 miles of paved roads, 52 miles of dirt roads and high-speed ovals.
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