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From Popular Mechanics
Toyota has long said it believes hybrids are a better bridge between internal-combustion vehicles and hydrogen fuel-cell vehicles.
Most competitors, however, have been been bullish on developing battery-electric vehicles.
A Toyota executive finally outlines the logic behind the company’s EV decision making.
Toyota does not sell a single full-electric vehicle in the United States, not counting the hydrogen fuel-cell Mirai. It has indicated plans for electrics, which at last check would involve Mazda, but so far remains committed to plain old gasoline-electric hybrid cars, of which it offers plenty. The obvious question,
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