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It's yet another example of his lack of transparency
Topic - Takeshi Uchiyamada
Toyota is planning to sell a plug-in hybrid car in the U.S., Japan and Europe in 2012, targeting sales of 50,000 vehicles a year at 3 million yen ($36,000) each without subsidies, as the automaker strengthens its green lineup to keep pace with growing competition.
"Because of its shortcomings — driving range, cost and recharging time — the electric vehicle is not a viable replacement for most conventional cars," said Toyota's vice chairman, Takeshi Uchiyamada, in a Reuters report. "We need something entirely new."