Toyota will sell more hybrid cars, hybrids and SUVs this year
Toyota is planning to sell more electric cars and hybrids this year.
Toyota has already announced plans to sell the Scion xRunner and the Lexus LS400 Hybrid.
In addition, the Japanese automaker is also planning to roll out new hybrids this winter, including the Scion iQ, which will be available in all models.
Toyota will also unveil new electric and hybrid vehicles at its press conference at CES in Las Vegas on Friday.
The automaker also said that it will sell its first electric vehicle in 2018.
The vehicle, the Prius, is expected to be available to customers in 2018 and is powered by an EV-5 battery pack that will deliver up to 200 miles on a single charge.
The Prius is a small hatchback that is available in the United States, and in Japan, where it is sold.
Toyota is hoping that the Priuses popularity in the West will help the company’s EV business in the Asian market.
Toyota also announced that it is expanding its range of electrified vehicles.
The automaker plans to expand the range of its electrified cars and trucks in 2018 to the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, and South Korea.
In the US, the automaker said that the Chevy Bolt, which is being marketed as a plug-in hybrid car, will be sold starting in the first quarter of 2019.
It is expected that the Bolt will have a range of over 300 miles on one charge.