Toyota spokeswoman Mira Sleilati in New York confirmed the relationship, but declined to say what role Hogan will take. Rumors of Hogan's move to Toyota first emerged last month.
Hogan has a 30 years of management with GM, Hogan had experience in manufacturing, vehicle development, small-car planning, Web commerce and foreign market development.
“No details have been determined,” Sleilati said in an e-mail to Automotive News. “As you know, the company has a history of working with outside experts for their perspective on the industry and other business areas.”