NEW YORK – In three to five years, Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc. could be selling up to 100,000 hybrid vehicles annually “if we have the supply," says James E. Press, executive vice president and chief operating officer of TMS. New Toyota Prius leads auto maker into hybrid growth. "But our ambition is to lead the technological race, not the volume race," Press says. Acknowledging Toyota's head start with hybrid technology, Press says TMS doesn't have a fixed percentage of ...
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