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Tuesday, 10 May 2011 12:49

Toyota Plans to Make Plug-in Hybrid Technology Standard by 2014 Featured

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Toyota is planning to make its famed Prius hybrid into a plug-in vehicle by 2014. The next Prius will launch in 2012 and will feature high performance lithium-ion batteries that will allow it to travel more than 141 mpg, instead of the current model with its nickel-metal hydride battery, which gets 89 mpg. Toyota also wants to expand its hybrid and electric sales overall with the introduction of the plug-in Prius. Toyota now sells about 700,000 hybrid vehicles a year (including other models and those sold under the Lexus brand) but wants to increase that number to 1 million by 2015. Via.[gallery columns="3"]