HONOLULU – As its first big public-facing project, Toyota Connected North America, the automaker’s global technology strategy business unit, teams with Toyota’s Hawaii distributor Servco Pacific to launch a car-sharing service. Called Hui, it allows drivers to find and reserve a vehicle via a dedicated smartphone app, and is one of the first consumer applications of TCNA’s proprietary Mobility Service Platform. The service launched July 10 at 25 locations in ...

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