TOKYO, Nov 24 (Reuters) - Toyota Motor Corp said on Tuesday it had received about 14,000 orders for the new SAI hybrid sedan to go on sale in Japan on Dec. 7, or roughly five times its monthly sales target of 3,000 units. The world's biggest automaker said in a statement the high-end car's fuel economy, comparable to a compact car, and tax incentives worth up to 280,000 yen ($3,150) were behind the strong interest. Toyota unveiled the SAI, the brand's second dedicated hybrid car, on Oct. ...
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