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For the first time in about 100 years, hybrid and electric-powered vehicles appear to be gaining traction in the new car market.
Toyota has unveiled updates on select 2014 models.
According to a recent report in Wards Auto, midsize cars and crossover utility vehicles will lead sales—Wards projects 60 percent—of all new and redesigned vehicles in 2013.