Toyota plans to introduce Li-ion in PHEV and announces commercial PHEV production

Most of the electric vehicle (EV) and EV battery developers have wholeheartedly embraced lithium ion (Li-ion) technology from the start, but Toyota has stood out as one of few exceptions that had been extremely cautious about taking the step towards Li-ion. However, recently the company announced pl...

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