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A More Refined Lexus CT 200h Debuts for 2014

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Lexus has unveiled its new-look CT 200h featuring new styling, improved body structure, revised suspension and new specification ahead of its 2014 introduction. However, there is no date when the 2014 model will be coming to our shore. Central to these improvements are additional spot welding and body strengthening measures, revised suspension tune for improved ride comfort and a new ...

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2012 Lexus GS 450h Hybrid at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show

Many of us probably knew that the all-new 2012 Lexus GS 450h made its world premiere at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show. However, our focus had been all diverted to the debut of the new Porsche 911 (991 series). Accordingly, let us show you the latest Lexus GS 450h now which will be official revealed by second half of 2012. ...

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Toyota to Make Hybrid Drivetrain Components Outside Japan in 4 Years

Currently, Toyota sources batteries, inverters and motors solely from their home country in Japan for all its hybrid vehicles, including the most popular Toyota Prius.   [singlepic id=8759 w=630 h= float=]  After the Massive Japan Earthquake & Tsunami, it has shown the vulnerability of the decision to put all of your eggs in one basket by most of the Japanese Automakers. ...

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The Toyota Prius family is getting a whole bigger soon!

In conjunction of 10 Years of Toyota Prius Anniversary Celebration, Toyota releases a sneak peek at an upcoming addition to the Prius family of products in Toyota Prius Facebook Page. In the photo, the billboard that shows the Prius MPV hiding behind the current Prius with the tagline “The Prius family is getting a whole lot bigger.” I think this ...

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Toyota to add 6 new hybrid vehicles model by 2012

Toyota Motor Corporation plans to introduce 6 new hybrid vehicles model by 2012 on a global basis. Toyota plans 2 new Lexus models and 4 Toyota models with hybrid power plant. Some models will be only hybrid models and some that have a gasoline-engine variant. All of the hybrids will be totally new model and not next-generation versions of existing ...

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