AUTOSHOW-Toyota sees Lexus European sales advance


GENEVA, Feb 28 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp expects sales in Europe of its premium Lexus brand to rise to 65,000 units by 2010 from around 45,000 this year, Toyota Motor Europe Executive Vice-President Takis Athanasopoulos told Reuters on Tuesday. He said European sales of its Prius hybrid were set to advance to around 25,000 this year from 19,000 last year, but could be higher if enough cars were made available to meet demand. "Our sales plan is to increase to 25,000," he said at the ...

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