Toyota plans to launch two fully-electric vehicles in the US the year, the automaker has announced, in addition to a new plug-in hybrid. The decision marks an considerable overhaul in Toyota’s US electrified line-up, which currently consists solely of hybrids, plug-in hybrids, and a hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle with limited availability.
Though it was a trailblazer in pushing hybrid technology for mainstream vehicles, Toyota has been more cautious, generally, around purely electric models.
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