Bulmer, Ged
December 2005
Wheels;Dec2005, p11
The articles highlights the production of the hybrid petrol-electric and fuel-cell-powered vehicles by Toyota. Toyota dominates development of hybrid cars. The car maker integrated fuel efficiency and environmental credentials in its hybrid cars. The company presented its LF-Sh automobile during the Tokyo Motor Show in Japan in 2005. INSET: LF-A's big tease.


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