Why Toyota Is the Leader in Fuel-Efficient Vehicles


In the face of the unprecedented challenge of a global pandemic, Toyota has more than held its own. One big reason why? Electrified vehicles.

Alternative fuel technology is a core strategy for Toyota, a company that envisions a future where fuel-efficient vehicles are the norm, not the alternative.
That came into sharp relief in 2020. In the face of the unprecedented challenge of a global pandemic, Toyota and Lexus hybrid sales jumped significantly to 337,036 units. That’s a 23% increase versus 2019. And our hybrids account for nearly 16% of our total overall sales.
So how, exactly, is Toyota cornering this market so successfully? It’s all in the numbers.

Toyota offers customers more hybrid vehicles than any other automaker. Here are some highlights of 2020:

  • No. 1 manufacturer of electrified vehicle sales for the 21st time
  • 16 Toyota and Lexus hybrid models, including the groundbreaking hybrid-only 2021 Venza and 2021 Sienna. (Plus, the Lexus LS Hybrid is coming this spring.)
  • RAV4 Hybrid is a rock star, selling 115,974 units
  • The new 2020 Corolla Hybrid won the 2020 Green Car of the Year award

Simply put, Toyota has put more electrified vehicles on U.S. roads than any other automaker.

Our diverse fleet of hybrids offers a range of models to match our customers’ varied lifestyles, while paving the way toward an energy-efficient future that our customers want and the world needs.


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