In 2010, Toyota will begin rolling out their first ever plug-in hybrid car. Equipped with already legendary Toyota Parts, the new plug-in is a modified version of the company’s highly fuel efficient Toyota Prius.
It was Toyota President Katsuaki Watanabe who officially confirmed the rumors that the plug-in hybrid would become a reality at this year’s Detroit Auto Show. While the car will initially only be available to Toyota’s commercial and government customers, we’re certain that they won’t keep the rest of us waiting for long.
Thanks to a combination of high quality Toyota parts and new lithium-ion battery technology, the new car will be capable of 99.9 miles-per-gallon in EV mode!