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lineup of hybrids:

Developments with hybrid vehicles have allowed us to step away from the stereotypes that plagued hybrids for years. Other manufacturer vehicles like ours are slow, or not powerful, and yet the Camry Hybrid has participated in and won several races. It was also the first racing vehicle to cross the line using only electric power. As for power, the Highlander Hybrid has been selling for a few years now and boasts an impressive 1,590kg towing power. Also, Toyota will be releasing a hybrid model of the RAV4 and sold an all electric version for a short period of time. And lets not forget that the introduction of the Avalon Hybrid has shown that hybrid vehicles can be stylish as well!

Top Efficiency Models:

  • Camry Hybrid
  • RAV4 Hybrid
  • Prius, Prius c, Prius v, Prius Plug-in

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Advanced hybrid

The search for less emissions and more environmentally friendly vehicles have made way for regenerative braking, engine start-stop, hybrid technology and vehicles.

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A focus on the
future of hybrids:

In an effort to cut emissions down to nearly zero and get rid of combustion engines by 2050, Toyota is focused on lowering emissions and plans on selling 30,000 fuel cell vehicles a year by the end of 2020. The recent release of the Toyota Mirai and future plans to start production of the RAV4 Hybrid in Canada starting in 2019, proves that we are well on our way to meeting that goal. In addition, our flagship fuel efficient vehicle, the Prius continues to grow in popularity with 4 million sold globally. New models have also been introduced to the Prius lineup to cater to a larger crowd, making it a staple for the Toyota repertoire.

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