Toyota Motor Corp. is resurrecting the RAV4 electric-vehicle nameplate thanks to its recent partnership with California EV-maker Telsa Motors Inc., but is not anticipating considerable sales for the modified cross/utility model, at least initially. Tesla will install its electric-powertrain technology in the RAV4, and prototypes will be delivered to Toyota early next year. A production version is expected in 2012. The companies inked an EV-development pact in May but have not revealed ...

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