Hybrids are so hot right now. They are the overnight sensation of the auto industry, even though they’ve been years in the making. Hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs) started off as expensive, quirky alternatives. But Toyota, which is leading the charge, talks of the day when consumers will choose a vehicle, and then decide between a conventional or hybrid powertrain much like they make trim and option choices. Toyota anxiously awaits the day. It plans to offer hybrid versions of every ...
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