TOKYO – Japanese and South Korean automakers are on track to sell record numbers of hybrid and electric vehicles in 2013. Between January and September, they sold nearly 1.2 million units worldwide, up 2% from year-ago and setting a pace to reach 1.6 million. Toyota again was the industry leader with sales totaling 969,530 units. Honda and Nissan followed with 116,087 and 34,439, respectively. South Korea’s Hyundai and Kia reported sales of 57,394 units and are on course ...

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