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AutoBlog: Toyota's Bill Reinert lets loose on ethanol, li-ion batteries, plug-in vehicles

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Toyota's Bill Reinert should be better known. With so many quotable statements coming from GM's Bob Lutz and Tesla Motors' Elon Musk, perhaps Reinert, Toyota Motor Sales' national manager for the advanced technology group, is just overshadowed in the OMG series. But, during a recent conference sponsored by Fortune in Orange County, Reinert made a play to get his dramatic words out there. How dramatic? Follow the jump to read on and see exactly what he said to Automobile Magazine.

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CSpec    515

This is great, and very unexpected from Toyota. I always love to read about energy policy from someone who actually knows what they're talking about.

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Daryl Z71    14

Yea this coming from the guys whos company can't even get their damn headlights to stay working in their hybrid car, then charge out the ass for one, and not cover it under warranty. This guy belongs in the asshole of the year book along with alot of other people.

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