Toyota Motor Corp. will roll out a wide variety of hybrid gasoline/electric vehicles before the mass marketing of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles begins in about 15 years, says Bob Field, Toyota New Zealand executive chairman. At an event marking the launch of the new Daihatsu Sirion, Field says the global auto industry is moving beyond its initial pessimism of hybrid technology as a stop-gap measure and now recognizes the world cannot afford to wait for hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles to reduce ...
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