Toyota CEO doubles down on EV strategy amid criticism it's not moving fast enough

Posted On: Nov 30, 2022   |   Posted By: CNBC

Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda said Thursday the company will move forward with plans to offer an array of so-called electrified vehicles for the foreseeable future.

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