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Toyota developing new batteries, wireless charging


Toyota is developing next-generation batteries for its electric vehicles and wireless charging, Toyota U.S. boss Jim Lentz said today at the LA Auto Show. Lentz didn't offer many additional details, but said Toyota is developing these new technologies in-house and is not rushing to bring them on the road in the near future. “It is not important to be first, but ...
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Toyota hydrogen fuel-cell sedan confirmed for 2015
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