There have long been rumors about Toyota unveiling a new Lexis hybrid at the Detroit Auto Show in January. Now the automaker has confirmed it. There are still only incomplete details about the car, but it is expected to come with nickel-metal hydride batteries for now, and switch over to lithium-ion in 2010. The car will be close in size to the IS sedan. Source (CarScoop) Tags: 2010 Electric Cars Hybrids Lexus HS News Lexus News Contribute: Send us a tip Comment Contact the editor Recommended Galleries Lexus LF-30 Electrified concept shows brand’s vision for an EV in 2030 Nissan Ariya previews electric crossover concept at Tokyo auto show Toyota Yaris Hybrid revealed: Will the Prius C return? Polestar 2 and Volvo XC40 Recharge: R&D chief on two EVs from the same braintrust People who read this, also read: Lexus LF-30 Electrified concept shows brand’s vision for an EV in 2030 Lexus confirms first electric car for November intro, plug-in hybrid soon after Nissan Ariya previews electric crossover concept at Tokyo auto show Electric semi cost, mass-market 800V, Toyota Yaris Hybrid: Today’s Car News Share This Article: connect with the editor: Lyle Dennis - Editor-in-Chief Follow Us Today: Green Car Reports Newsletter Sign up to get the latest green car and environmental news, delivered to your inbox daily! Sign Up Today! I agree to receive emails from the site. I can withdraw my consent at any time by unsubscribing.