Toyota has just revealed a slew of new concept cars slated for this month's Tokyo Motor Show, including a concept version of its hydrogen car.
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They're the soberest demographic, the most likely to be buckled-in while driving, and...the deadliest.
General Motors used to be a shoo-in as the world's largest automaker.
With the 2013 Toyota Avalon debuting at the 2012 New York International Auto Show, the Japanese automaker has signaled that it's done playing softball with the competition.