Toyota takes a shortcut into the EV market with Tesla partnership

Recently, the auto industry has been abuzz over the partnership between Toyota and Tesla Motors to develop a passenger all-electric vehicle (EV) for less than $30,000. Additionally, Toyota has committed to purchasing $50 million worth of common stock immediately following the closure of Tesla's IPO,...

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