LONDON SHOW: Toyota, Nissan differ on green
Nissan and Toyota are pouring resources into eco-friendly car programmes in a bid to become the 'green' brands of choice for 21st century consumers. And while both manufacturers are working on a variety of battery-electric, hybrid and fuel-cell programmes, the Japanese rivals are taking a subtly different approach.
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