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Toyota Hydrogen Cars by 2015

Toyota will release in 2015 on the European market its first fuel cell vehicles, powered by hydrogen. There will be just a few thousand units, a small volume for the high price of these vehicles, which will reach about 100,000 euros.

The Japanese firm believes that pure electric cars are a solution for traveling in town, while the plug-in hybrid vehicles are ideal for combining urban traffic movements on weekdays with more travel.

Toyota has already announced its new hybrid car launches committed to the environment in the past Frankfurt Motor Show 2011, featuring the latest in the family Prius and the new Avensis models and Hilux.

Toyota plans to begin marketing next year’s version of the Prius hybrid-plug, the plug-in Toyota Prius, the most advanced to date, that can travel 23 miles in pure electric mode, with the performance of a hybrid total tat recharges in just an hour and a half.

The Prius, equipped with the revolutionary Toyota Hybrid Synergy Drive achieves a remarkably low CO2 emissions and impressive economical fuel.

The Toyota Prius + is a full hybrid MPV 7-seater that offers savings, comfort and space.

For its part, the new Avensis made its world debut also in the aforementioned Motor Show. The fourth generation of the popular Avensis reaches higher levels of elegance, efficiency and quality with a new design.

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