Toyota unveiled its newest electric car at a press conference Thursday, which is being hailed as the first mass-market vehicle designed to replace the diesel engine.

The EV, which will be built in the US and will be called the Toyota Leaf, is expected to start shipping later this year, Toyota said.

It is powered by a lithium-ion battery and will go on sale in 2019.

The new Leaf will be priced at $37,500 when it hits the market.

The new Toyota will be the first electric car with a fuel cell, which uses the same technology as gasoline engines to capture and store the energy produced in the engine.

Fuel cell vehicles have been the focus of Tesla Motors’ Tesla Model S and Tesla’s Gigafactory.

Toyota said it was developing a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle in its new vehicle.

It said it had received more than 60,000 applications from automakers and others for its hydrogen fuel cells.

The company has said that its first hydrogen fuel car would have the capacity to run on the same power source as gasoline vehicles, but it was unclear if that meant the vehicle could run on a similar amount of electricity as gasoline cars.

The car will have a range of 300 miles on a single charge, which may mean it could make it to a destination as soon as 2019, but Toyota is not yet saying how much it will cost.

Toyota is also developing a smaller, more efficient version of the EV, the Leaf Plug, which Toyota is also selling.

Toyota also plans to produce hydrogen fuel, but the company has yet to announce how it plans to do so.

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