Australia’s first locally produced hybrid car is officially on the way as Toyota Motor Corp. Australia Ltd. marks the start of pilot production of the Camry Hybrid with a ceremony at the auto maker’s assembly plant in Melbourne. During the pilot phase, Toyota is building a small batch of vehicles to test all its processes, parts and assembly methods. Full-scale output is due to begin in December, and the Camry Hybrid will go on sale in February. Victorian State Premier John Brumby and ...

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