Hybrid fever is partly to blame for the delay to market for a pair of Toyota Motor Corp. hybrid utility vehicles. Demand for the Toyota Prius, which now has a 5-month waiting list in the U.S., has the Japanese auto maker scrambling to put its gas-electric powertrain system into as many of the subcompact vehicles as possible. Lexus 400h And that has forced the auto maker to play it loose on launch dates for hybrid versions of two upcoming cross/utility vehicles. On tap are the Lexus ...

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