GENEVA – Toyota Motor Corp. teams with famed auto-industry styling house ItalDesign-Giugario SpA to create the Volta, an “eco-supercar” prototype that can be viewed as a high-performance kin of the hybrid-electric Lexus RX 400h cross-utility introduced at the Detroit show in January. Displayed at the recent Geneva auto show here, the concept hybrid-electric vehicle (HEV) uses the same Toyota-made 3.3L DOHC V-6 (rated at 233 hp) that will power the upcoming RX 400h. Sleek Volta ...
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