Toyota Motor Corp. and Nissan Motor Co. Ltd. say they will co-develop hybrid systems for a 10-year period in an effort to increase the market penetration of fuel-efficient, environmentally friendly vehicles. Under terms of the agreement, Toyota will supply Nissan with state-of-the-art hybrid system parts for an undisclosed sum. Nissan will develop its own engine and decide which of its vehicles will carry the hybrid system. The first evidence of the relationship is expected to be a ...
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