Toyota Motor Corp. is about five months from announcing a new initiative to comply with California’s push for a partial zero emission (PZEV) vehicle program. Toyota considers itself ahead of the pack in ZEV compliance because it still produces its RAV-4 EV Officials aren’t saying which vehicle will be adapted to comply with the regulations, except that it will be a rolling midyear change on an existing product. The auto maker’s early compliance with anticipated forthcoming ...

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