UK: Toyota begins Prius PHV fleet trials
By Graeme Roberts | 21 June 2010
The first Toyota Prius plug-in hybrids (PHV) in the UK have joined the fleets of five businesses and public organisations on three-year leases where, Toyota GB said, "they will demonstrate the fuel efficiency, low emissions, cost savings and everyday practicality their rechargeable hybrid power system can deliver".
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