In 2005, Toyota Motor Corp. will build a staggering 300,000 hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs). But don't think they're all Prius-like eco-boxes. At Detroit’s North American International Auto Show in January and next April's New York auto show, Toyota plans to unveil two high-performance/low emissions models. Not all future Toyota hybrids will have Prius’ focus on high fuel economy. Both will be production vehicles, not concepts. At least one of the low-emissions models will ...
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