Derby factory sees hybrid sales soar past 200,000 units

Toyota, that has its UK plant in Derbyshire, has announced it’s seen hybrid sales soar after dark 200,000 mark as demand grows with regards to petrol-electric hybrids in the united kingdom.

The company says the hybrids it sells today tend to be more fuel and emissions-efficient than when the first Prius saloons were sold in the UK in my ballet shoes in 2000.

So far this coming year Toyota has sold a lot more than 29,000 hybrid cars in the country, up from 184 seven in years past.

A spokesman at the firm says: “In the centre from the market the British-built Auris is the top-selling Toyota hybrid in britain and Europe.

“Currently in excess of 70 per cent newest Auris sales are for hybrids, that has a similar figure with the new C-HR crossover.

“The modern Prius, the fourth generation of our hybrid pioneer, renders the very best leaps yet regarding fuel and emissions efficiency, whilst the new Prius Plug-in enables emissions-free, all-electric driving at higher speeds and then for longer distances.”

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