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MotorHeadline: Toyota’s EV strategy has changed for the better



Many automotive manufacturers have been making headlines by declaring production mandates of all electric fleets by certain years in the future, which in some cases at least is a leap before a look.

General Motors, Dodge, Volvo, Ford, and Honda, among others have declared 80 to 100 percent batte...

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  1. I was wondering why Toyota is taking so long to develop an EV, even though they have one it is very slow to come out. This car is not all Toyota, it is jointly developed by Toyota and Subaru. I drove my first EV the other day. It was a new Audi. The first thing I noticed was the smoothness, zero vibration. The second thing was the quietness, you could almost hear a pin drop, well pretty close. The third was the torque, you better be watching the speedometer. I’m thinking like Toyota, this technology is still too new for it to eliminate ICE cars. I do like my hot rods and the sound, but I think there’s a place for both.

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