Category: Toyota/Lexus

Toyota’s Plug-In Advertising Farce

Toyota, once in the vanguard of hybrid technology, has been very slow to react to the development of  plug-in functionality. The only currently available plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) across the whole Toyota and Lexus range is the Prius, which costs a surprising £3,099 more than the non-plug-in variant. The car also struggles against it’s plug-in peers, the short 15…

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New Prius Loses Plug-In Variant

The new fourth-generation Toyota Prius will be launched without a plug-in variant in February 2016, nor is a plug-in version expected later in the model’s life-cycle. Furthermore, there is no plug-in hybrid being planned for any Toyota or Lexus models in the immediate future. Presently Toyota has three hybrid models available: the third-generation Prius, the Auris and the Yaris; the RAV4…

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