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Topic - Jim Lentz
Toyota is unleashing it's NS4 advanced plug-in hybrid concept vehicle and it's quite the creation. The NS4 signifies Toyota's vision for future mobility with a focus on connectivity and the human interface.
Ten years ago Toyota launched a new kind of car in North America. It was the Prius, an affordable car with a hybrid gas/electric powertrain.
U.S. automakers topped their foreign counterparts for the first time in a new survey.
Detroit is back on top.
Sales of Toyota hybrid vehicles passed 1 million last month, the Japanese company said yesterday, with more than half of those in the U.S.
"In this digital age, cars are becoming another spoke in the wheel of our electronic connectivity," said Jim Lentz, TMS president and chief operating officer. "NS4 demonstrates Toyota's take on the human connection to the car with technology that considers both emotional and rational relationships, person-to-car and car-to-society."
"The continued success of our conventional hybrid vehicles has laid strong groundwork for market acceptance of future advanced technologies," said Lentz. "NS4 demonstrates Toyota's ongoing commitment to enhancing the safety, efficiency, and convenience of future mobility for people everywhere."