The vegetable will be a half habanero, half thai chili blend that will provide a semi-faux Capsicum flavor… oh wait, wrong blog. I meant to write that Porsche may market a gas-electric hybrid version of its Cayenne SUV that makes use of Toyota's RX400h guts. Porsche doesn't do diesels, but they feel that an alternative powertrain is necessary, especially for the company's primary sales market, the US, which will implement stricter emissions regulations in 2009. Toyota's 270-hp system will be introduced to the world in December when the RX400h is finally available. The Big T has long claimed its plans to cast its hybrid tech out into the world, like apple seeds, so that the technology may grow and flourish and make the world a better, safer, kinder, greater, cooler, less polluted place.
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