Toyota to boost new Prius output by 70 pct-paper


TOKYO, July 25 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp aims to produce 70 percent more Prius hybrids after a planned remodelling next year, bringing annual output to at least 480,000 units, the Nikkan Kogyo industry daily reported on Friday. Toyota now builds most of the hot-selling gasoline-electric cars at its Tsutsumi factory in central Japan and another plant belonging to affiliate Toyota Auto Body Co . It also assembled 320 Priuses in China last year. The newspaper said Toyota would transfer ...

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