Federal government officials said they can't explain why a Toyota Prius suddenly accelerated last week.
A prosecutor in Orange Country, Calif., filed a law suit against Toyota Friday to force the company to halt sales of "defective" vehicles. Foreign companies have a losing legacy in US courts.
A runaway Prius in San Diego stole the spotlight Monday from Toyota's spirited defense of its electronic acceleration system.
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Questions continue about Toyota recalls for unintended acceleration. Two House members want the automaker to produce data backing up its assertion that defects in electronic components aren't part of the problem.
Toyota owners have filed more than 60 acceleration complaints since having recall work done, news reports say.
Toyota hearings resumed Tuesday on Capitol Hill, as lawmakers pressed three top officials on what the company knew and when they knew it. In Japan, there's a suspicion the recalls are about rolling back the carmaker's market share.