Toyota Plans to Add to Hybrid Lineup In Near Future

It likely comes as no surprise that Toyota is known for its stellar hybrid lineup. After all, the Japanese automaker is the genius behind the Toyota Prius and all of its variants. And now, Toyota of Wallingford is pleased to announce that Toyota has intentions to expand its hybrid lineup even more over the next three years.

How much more?

Well, quite a bit, as Toyota is promising the addition of 21 new hybrid models to its new Toyota lineup over the course of three years. If you do the math, this equals out to seven models per year.

And new hybrids aren't all Toyota has up its sleeve to boost its green initiative, as the innovative automaker is planning to introduce one new all-electric fuel-cell vehicle, as well.

In terms of specific details surrounding Toyota's new green vehicles, they are limited at this time. We do know that the iQ EV, from Toyota's counterpart, Scion is slated to arrive around December, and the all-new Toyota RAV4 EV has officially arrived at U.S. dealerships as of September, and is boasting some pretty impressive specs.

However, in the grand scheme of things, three years is really not far away, and we're sure to receive consistent updates along the way. And as a dedicated enthusiast, Toyota of Wallingford promises to post any news we catch wind of right here on our blog, to which we encourage you to subscribe. And in the meantime, if you're in the market for a new or gently used car model, we invite you to visit us at 859 North Colony Rd. Wallingford, CT 06492 where we carry a wide variety of both.

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