Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. Inc., looking to break out of its stodgy Baby Boomer image by appealing to a growing youth market, unveils its Echo compact sedan at the Detroit auto show. Replacing the Tercel, Echo is the first design to be prompted by recommendations of special youth teams formed by the automaker both in Japan and the U.S. The subcompact, which bears a striking resemblance to Toyota's hybrid fuel-cell Prius car that comes to the U.S. in 2000, will be built in Japan, with ...
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