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Toyota upped the ante in the green public relations war by unveiling the (sic) 2006 Highlander Hybrid at the 2004 North American International Auto Show.
Increasing its green product line even further, Toyota unveiled the Highlander Hybrid at the 2004 North American International Auto Show.
The Lexus RX 400h, the hybrid gas-electric version of the RX 330 that will go on sale later this summer, was expected to be shown in production trim at the annual event already. But no one could say for sure if Toyota would unveil a hybrid gas-electric Highlander version or maybe a hybrid Sienna minivan, or even a Camry. While the latter has just been announced, the Highlander Hybrid will be an extremely popular green machine. The enhanced midsize SUV will be built alongside the RX 400h, which shares its general architecture, at Toyota's Kyushu, Japan facility.