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Toyota Land Cruiser To Get Hybrid Powertrain in 2016

The bigger the car, the more power you’ll need to motivate it and thus a bigger fuel consumption and CO2 emission. But it appears that Toyota will sort that out in about two years.
Toyota Land Cruiser 1 photo
According to reports from Japan’s Nikkei, Toyota is planning to develop hybrid powertrains to fit into its bigger vehicles in the lineup, like the Land Cruiser or Fortuner.

This plan merges with the one of putting out 15 new hybrid vehicles on the market before the end of 2015, which will also include the fuel cell mid-size sedan based on the FCV-R concept.

Toyota currently offers 20 hybrid model in 80 countries around the world, with the biggest of them being the Kluger, Harrier and the Lexus RX models.

Story via Car Advice

 
 
 
 
 

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