The Toyota V-8 hybrid will go on sale in Australia next month, the automaker announced on Monday.
Toyota’s V-6 hybrid, which was introduced last year, will be available in three trim levels: the V-7, V-9 and V-10, with the latter being the most powerful.
The automaker said the V6 hybrid will “offer the highest levels of performance, fuel economy and range”.
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It would have the “highest fuel economy” of any electric vehicle in the world, according to the automanics research.
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Toyota has also revealed the details of a new model, the VLN-V, that will compete with the Toyota Camry.
The VLn-V will feature a six-cylinder engine that will produce 200bhp, and can accelerate from 0-100km/pounds-feet (mph) in 6.5 seconds.
The VLnd-V comes with a range of 200 miles on a single charge, and Toyota said it would go on offer the new model for a price of $25,800 (£22,800) when it goes on sale next month.
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article Toyotas V-Ln Hybrid, a new plug-inshybrid model that will debut in 2018, will have the same engine as the Camry, but will feature an electric motor that can produce 300bhp.
It will also be able travel up to 200km/hour (124mph), and Toyota says it would have an 80km/hours range when it comes to charging.
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