- The Washington Times - Thursday, November 16, 2006

PUMPING PRIUS: Toyota Motor Corp., the world’s top seller of gasoline-electric cars, may turn its Prius into a lineup of vehicles as the company tries to triple annual U.S. sales of hybrids. Prius-based models might include a wagon and a smaller car. “We don’t have any plans to do that right now, but that’s the direction that nameplate can go, because it is that strong,” said Jim Lentz, executive vice president of the company’s U.S. sales unit. (Source: Bloomberg News)

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