Platinum strain is a rare, high-performance strain that’s hard to find, but not to a fault of its own.
Platinum strains have long been prized by racing teams as a potential engine boost to win races.
But it’s also a problem with the Toyota Highlander, a hard-hitting muscle car that’s built on a highly modified version of a Toyota Highlander.
Toyota says it has addressed the problem by making improvements to its hybrid engine and by using new materials and processes that produce more powerful, less energy-hungry fuel.
And while the Highlander has been on sale in Europe for months, the Toyota brand in North America is only now starting to sell the Highlander, which retails for $35,500.
Toyota, which has also invested $10 million in the effort, says it will sell 10,000 Highlander models and hopes to sell an additional 20,000 by the end of the year.
The Highlander has received rave reviews from critics who love the car’s handling and fuel economy, but some buyers say they want more.
“The Highlander is the closest thing we have to a purebred sports car,” said Michael Stroud, who owns a dealership in Michigan.
He and his wife, Tracey, a sales representative, bought the car about six months ago.
“I love the way it drives and how well it rides.”
The car is designed to be driven from the back seat and is powered by a 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine.
When the car drives smoothly, it can go about 80 miles on a single charge.
The car can go as fast as 170 mph.
But with the car on a track, the car can hit 120 mph in just under 4.2 seconds.
It can go up to 130 mph at highway speeds.
That’s a good speed for a sports car, but it’s not quite enough to keep up with the fastest cars on the track, which can reach 60 mph in less than 5.5 seconds.
The new car is a bit of a gamble for the Strouds.
“It’s not going to change the game.
It’s just not the car we’re looking for right now,” Tracey Stroud said.
But Toyota’s gamble paid off.
The Stroud family’s dealership, a Toyota dealership in West Palm Beach, Florida, is selling the Highlander.
The dealership is the first to sell Toyota’s new hybrid.
And Toyota has now taken the lead in developing the hybrid.
Toyota and Toyota’s sister companies, Nissan Motor Co. and Honda Motor Co., have been partners in the process of developing the Highlander’s hybrid engine.
Toyota will sell about 100 Highlander cars annually.
It also will begin selling the engine as an option for customers.
Toyota’s hybrid will power the Highlander until at least 2020.
Toyota is hoping to have the hybrid on the market in 2019 or 2020, and it’s hoping to sell about 15,000 of them in North American markets.
The company has been ramping up its research on hybrid technology, and Toyota says that the company has identified hundreds of thousands of potential hybrids.
In Japan, Toyota has been working on hybrid electric cars since 2011, and has produced more than 400 prototypes and has been building prototypes for sale to manufacturers.
In China, Toyota is also making hybrid electric vehicles and is developing an electric sports car for sales in 2019.
In Europe, Toyota announced a joint venture with Renault to produce electric sports cars.
In the United States, Toyota and Honda are developing a plug-in hybrid that they hope to sell in 2019 in a market that is growing rapidly and where battery prices have dropped by about 80 percent.
The U.S. market is expected to grow by nearly 4.5 percent a year through 2026, according to the auto parts firm Gartner Inc. But the company’s interest in the Highlander reflects its desire to keep pace with rivals.
“We’ve been doing this for a long time, so we are not going away,” Toyota senior vice president for automotive development and strategy Scott Bower said in an interview.
“But we are taking our time, and we think we have a great idea.”
Toyota is not alone in its hybrid ambitions.
BMW, Volkswagen, Daimler and General Motors are also developing electric cars, and the BMW Group is building a supercar.
But hybrids are only a tiny part of Toyota’s plan to make cars more efficient, safer and more environmentally friendly.
The Toyota Highlander is a good example.
The vehicle’s powertrain consists of a hybrid battery that is connected to the engine via a series of electric motors and a regenerative braking system.
The engine is driven by a turbocharged, two-cylindered engine that is rated at 100 horsepower and can accelerate from 0 to 100 miles per hour in less time than it takes to charge a phone or fill up a tank.