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Unread 12th June 2019, 04:04 AM
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That's not much of a difference vs current models. I think they are still testing the international markets for the Forester hybrid or, maybe, they just want to keep sure profitability of the hybrids in Japan as the EVs are coming soon? Rumours are they will be out in 2021 with the new Toyota battery tech. Cheers.
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