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Toyota (NYSE TM) Hybrid Car Investing

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Will Toyota (NYSE: TM) the Electric Car?

“The why Toyota doesn’t introduce any all-electric product is because we do not there is a market to accept

These are the words Toyota Takeshi Uchiyamada spoke on to reporters.

If you’re a regular of these pages, you know a long-time and loyal fan of electric

I was one of the first analysts to cover (NADAQ: TSLA) before it went public and became the stock story of the year. And I was one of the to provide mountains of coverage on the Volt, the Nissan LEAF, and much every other car that’s come and gone or and stayed over the past years.

But I must admit, Uchiyamada isn’t far off the mark.

The truth is for one to believe there is not a to accept electric cars is not

Sure, we know there is a for electric cars. The growth alone over the past years prove a market but this market is still small when compared to the for conventional internal combustion

So for a company like Toyota TM), limiting its exposure to vehicles may be a pretty sound

After all, when it to fuel-efficient vehicles, Toyota remains a major player its hybrid superstar, the Prius. 50 mpg, this vehicle’s economy credibility is nothing to off. Hell, I actually it from Baltimore to Cleveland on than a full tank past summer in my 2009

So over the years, as I’ve Toyota “phone in” any in electric vehicles, I’ve much written it off as a very automaker simply waiting for the laggards (GM, Ford, to do the heavy lifting in electric car just as Toyota did back in the with conventional hybrid

And quite frankly, this may not be a bad

I Can Drive 55.

Today, Toyota more than 70% of all hybrids on roads. And while you’re to see much in the way of new electric vehicles off the lines, over the next few you’re definitely going to see new and hybrids hitting Toyota

According to company reps, plans to introduce 15 new or redesigned vehicles globally between now and the end of with new hybrid powertrains deliver significantly improved economy and at a lower cost.

Of while the company has plenty of to offer fuel-conscious consumers, the will remain the crown of Toyota’s hybrid fleet.

The 2015 model is expected to the envelope again with new motors and improvements in the powertrain. management has yet to release the official economy numbers, most analysts and hybrid experts it’s likely to come in at 55

Analysts also note the vehicle will offer room and better handling as

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While car makers are certainly offering own impressive hybrid fleets (NYSE: F), in particular I believe will continue to wear the crown for years to come.

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And for the to focus on that, instead of vehicles, well, it’s a smart strategy.

Much Toyota execs, I too believe still represent the next step in the evolution of personal

Don’t forget, we’ve only been using things for about 15 years. over the last five we’ve witnesses some rapid changes in technology have enabled automakers to higher quality, more hybrids.

This is a trend is unlikely to subside any time

While I’m not typically one to in automakers (although I benefited from my early calls on I do believe that Toyota’s advantage will continue to its success over the next few

That being said, not rushing out to buy shares of Toyota The truth is auto sales the board have been a bit lately. And from where sitting, Toyota looks a bit top right now.

The stock’s up more than 32% since the of the year. I wouldn’t mind some up on a dip for a trade, but for long-term, growth, I’d rather up something with a solid and payout.

To a new way of life and a new generation of

Jeff Siegel

Jeff is the editor of Energy and Capital and analyst for the Energy Investor. an investment research service primarily on stocks in the oil gas, energy and infrastructure markets. He has a featured guest on Fox, and Bloomberg Asia, and is the author of the book, Investing in Renewable Making Money on Green Stocks. For more on Jeff, go to his page .

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