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  1. Autonomous Vehicle Technology
    "Aurora Innovation is launching a small test fleet of custom-designed self-driving Toyota Siennas for future ride-hail operations. The company will test its vehicles on highways and suburban streets in the Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas area, with a focus on high-speed routes, according to an Aurora...
  2. Toyota
    After dismissing EV's in favor of Hydrogen Fool Cells and mild hybrids, Toyota has had a change of heart, teasing an electric SUV that will launch in 2021. Better late than never, but the all-electric EV is destined for the European market, not North America. The new EV would be about the size...
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  4. Toyota
    With only a few locations to refuel and the required infrastructure that would be prohibitive to build consumers won’t take to fuel-cell vehicles before the decade’s end, says Nissan. I'm surprised the craziness inefficiencies of using electricity to produce hydrogen only to turn it back into...
  5. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    Based on results from a new survey by AutoRetailNet, a publication targeting dealers, Toyota dealers apparently don’t even want to try to sell an all-electric Scion iQ. (read more...)
  6. Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Competitors
    50-kwh (estimated) lithium-ion battery pack, 150-hp permanent magnet electric motor, 80-120 mile range, 3932 lbs, 9.0-sec 0-to-60, 100 mph top speed, FWD, price unknown Apparently the battery...
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