LAGUNA BEACH, CA – As a relatively new – and complex – form of automotive technology, hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs) have created several uncertainties and misconceptions among the car-buying public. In an effort to separate hybrid perception from reality, Toyota Motor Corp., the epicenter of the technology with five Toyota- and Lexus-brand HEVs currently on sale, is looking to unravel the mysteries and set the facts straight regarding one of the industry’s most scrutinized developments. ...
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