Toyota is hoping to sell the all-new Prius hybrid to the public in 2020, with an estimated retail price tag of $35,000.
It’s a move that the automaker hopes will put it in the driver’s seat of the future as electric vehicles and the hybrid-electric car market continues to develop.
Toyota has spent years honing its hybrid-touring vehicles to take advantage of the many opportunities in the EV and EV-tourist markets, as well as the fact that they’re generally cheaper than their gasoline-powered counterparts.
But now the automaket wants to take that all-electric SUV to the next level, with the introduction of the Toyota Tacoma.
It will make its debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, and Toyota expects to be able to sell this vehicle for around $3500.
Toyota’s Tacoma will be sold in a small hatchback version, with a 3.5-liter V6 engine that puts out 315 horsepower and 315 lb.-ft. of torque.
The Tacoma is Toyota’s answer to the Nissan LEAF, which is the company’s flagship SUV.
The LEAF was initially released in 2014, but the Japanese automaker made a big splash when it released the Scion FR-S hatchback, which can go up to 250 miles on a single charge.
This new Toyota vehicle is built to take on the new Toyota Prius Hybrid, which launched in 2017.
Toyota has been working hard on developing this hybrid, which it says is one of the most advanced hybrid vehicles on the market.
As a result, the new car will have an even larger battery pack than the previous model, which will come in at 5.7 kilowatt-hours.
The electric motor will come from a 1.8-liter turbocharged V6, while the hybrid’s batteries will be made from a pair of lithium-ion batteries.
The hybrid will be available in a range of colors from blue, red, yellow and green, and will have a price tag in the region of $37,800.
In an interview with Automotive News, Toyota President of Product Management John Dolan said that the new hybrid is meant to make the hybrid car more than just a hybrid, but more than an EV.
“This car is really designed to be the most powerful vehicle you can drive, and we’re looking at the hybrid to be more than that,” Dolan told Automotive.
For a car that can reach speeds of up to 200 miles per hour, the Tacoma is an impressive performer.
But it doesn’t have the same sort of acceleration that you’d expect for a car with that kind of power.
The Tacoma is capable of a top speed of around 40 miles per day, which puts it in a category with the Chevrolet Volt, which hits a top of 60 mph.
While this is impressive, the vehicle’s acceleration is also somewhat limited, and you’ll need to have a lot of horsepower to make it through a freeway.
But Toyota says that the hybrid will offer you more than enough torque to pull a full load in the rear wheel.
That’s because the hybrid is designed with a suspension system that uses air suspension to keep you upright while driving.
We want the hybrid engine to be a real performance-oriented electric car.
And we want to deliver that power and torque with the lowest possible fuel consumption,” said Dolan.
So the electric vehicle that Toyota is making for the public won’t be just another hybrid.
It’ll also be a true performance-driven EV that can drive up to 180 miles on an electric charge.
The company’s executive chairman of product strategy, Scott Borthwick, has described the Tacoma as a hybrid because of its electric propulsion system.
I think it will be an interesting car, and it’s going to be fun to drive,” Borthwick said.
“I think the concept of having that combination of all-wheel drive, all-terrain capability, and all-carbon-fiber construction, I think that’s going for it.”