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Toyota to Release Flexible-Fuel Pickup Truck in North America in 2008

November 13, 2006

TOKYO – Toyota Motor Corp. plans to roll out vehicles in North America that can run on different mixtures of ethanol and gasoline, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun reported, without citing sources, according to the Web site The automaker is likely to install such an advance fuel system in the Tundra pickup truck to be released as early as 2008. Toyota’s flex-fuel models would run on E-85 ethanol, according to the report. Currently, all of Toyota’s gasoline engines can run on fuel that contains E-10 ethanol.
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