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Don't Miss Toyota's Live Product Reveal Event - Here's How To Find It

Toyota is about to reveal some new products. Included is a "platinum hybrid." Here's how you can see it live.
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Today at 11 am Eastern Standard Time Toyota will provide fans and shoppers with a look at its upcoming products. Included in that reveal will be two "all-new Hybrids." We can't wait to see what they are, and we wanted to provide readers with a quick link in case they'de like to watch live.

Here is the Toyota link to click.

The link should bring you to a notification page that will allow you be notified when the event starts.

Toyota is already dominating the world's hybrid vehicle market. The RAV4 Hybrid is the hottest product in the Toyota line right now with RAV4 Hybrid demand outstripping supply - even during these unusual times.

Despite the decline in sales of the Toyota Prius, it would still be the top-selling car at many major brands if they offered it.

Our preview story about the upcoming two new Toyota hybrids asked readers on social media what models they thought would be "all-new hybrids." The Venza was a surprise favorite guess. That makes sense in one way. The Lexus RX line is already offered as a hybrid and the Venza and RX share a LOT of their parts. There is still time to cast your vote as to which new hybrids will be revealed.

Our top pick for the hybrid we would most like to see (though not the one we think is really coming) is the Toyota Tacoma pickup.

John Goreham is a life-long car nut and recovering engineer. John's focus areas are technology, safety, and green vehicles. In the 1990s, he was part of a team that built a solar-electric vehicle from scratch. His was the role of battery thermal control designer. For 20 years he applied his engineering and sales talents in the high tech world and published numerous articles in technical journals such as Chemical Processing Magazine. In 2008 he retired from that career to chase his dream of being an auto writer. In addition to Torque News, John's work has appeared in print in dozens of American newspapers and he provides reviews to many vehicle shopping sites. You can follow John on Twitter, and view his credentials at Linkedin


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