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Believe Magazine - Issue 18


Download the latest issue of Believe Magazine

If you wish to view Believe magazine on a mobile device or on your desktop you can now download or view a PDF version for both.

Inside the pages of Believe we have a mixed bag of contents from tips on talking to your kids about body image, finding out some of the latest technology in our vehicles, to getting a taste of the motorsport season -  we're sure there will something that will appeal to you.

As we fast approach the festive season, we wish you and your families safe and happy motoring.

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Inside the pages of Believe we have a mixed bag, which we’re sure will appeal to a range of readers. There are tips on how to talk to your kids about body image. Parenting Place writer Jo Batts provides some great tips on nurturing healthy self-esteem in your kids and about loving the bodies they’re in.

‘Start Your Impossible’ is the campaign that underlies the Olympic and Paralympic partnership that Toyota has formed leading up to and beyond the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. See the story entitled 'Power to the People'.  

If you have an appetite for motorsport, there’s plenty inside as the season kicks off. As we go to print the sixth Toyota 86 Championship is expected to start with a full field of 17 drivers taking the track at the Supercars Championship event at Pukekohe Park (early November).

As we fast approach the festive season, we wish you and your families safe and happy motoring.

Design Unleashed

Toyota’s designers have been unleashed and given the freedom to produce stronger and more attractive styling, made possible by the new Toyota new global architecture (TNGA) platform.

The latest Prius Prime plug-in hybrid, C-HR and Camry, and the recently launched new-generation Corolla, are a result of Toyota’s global president Akio Toyoda challenging the company’s designers to create cars that speak to people’s emotions.

“Our designers are car enthusiasts and have answered Toyoda-san’s challenge, says Neeraj Lala, Toyota New Zealand’s General Manager of Product and New Vehicle sales.

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