Toyota’s Prius tops sales for more than a year - 8 Aug 2010  
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July 2010 marked the 15th consecutive month that the Japanese automaker’s popular hybrid
electric vehicle was the best-selling car in the country, boosting overall hybrid sales past a million vehicles. As the world’s largest automaker, Toyota Motor Corporation was also the first to commercially produce a hybrid electric vehicle when it made the Prius available in 1997.

With Japan’s government assisting eco-conscious car buyers through tax incentives and other rebates, the popular Prius currently has a wait time of approximately six months. Toyota is also planning additional hybrids along with the development of other green transportation technologies.

Bravo, Toyota and many thanks for your eco-contributions to transportation. Wishing happy travels to the many Prius drivers as we look forward to a future of sustainably powered vehicles for all.