Coverage of Toyota’s EV announcement misses the boat; world largest automaker holds steady on electrification

Toyota has triggered electric vehicle alarmism by announcing it will lower sales targets of its iQ EV hatchback to just 100 units of this all-electric vehicle (EV). The news came accompanied by some damning quotes, with Toyota head of vehicle development Takeshi Uchiyamada opining that the "capabil...

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