Toyota hasn’t had the best of times recently after years of stellar growth. Well, the Japanese automaker’s executive vice president Takeshi Uchiyamada recently announced that they will be introducing another six new hybrid vehicles before 2012 is over, and one of these would be a plug-in version of the Prius. We look forward to see just how the plug-in Prius will fare should it be introduced Stateside come 2012, considering the current hybrid model has been quite a hit already. Anything that helps keep our earth green is always good in our books. More charging points would have to be included in future city planning, that’s for sure.
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