Toyota is the latest automaker to announce a significant electrified push for the next decade as the global car market tries to embrace more plug-ins and fuel cells to meet increasingly stringent emissions standards.
Today, 2016’s largest producer of automobiles announced it would introduce at least 10 new electric vehicles by the early 2020s — first in China and then globally. It says it plans to sell at least 5.5 million electrified vehicles by 2030, including 1 million “zero-emissions” vehicles that include full battery electric vehicles and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles.
It’s a big move for Toyota, which has been lagging behind rivals such as crosstown rival Nissan in the electric car game. Despite this, Toyota is a leader in gas…
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Author: Zac Estrada
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