Toyota’s first digital car, the new Leaf, launches online for the first time

A few months ago, Toyota announced the new Toyota Camry and Lexus ES 300.

Both cars have now gone online and they’re both available to pre-order.

While the first of the two is now available, the second is available for a limited time only.

The new Leaf is available on September 12th, 2017 for $23,995.

It’s available in white and blue and features a 4.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine.

There’s a touch of metallic, which you might have noticed, on the side of the car, with the words “LEAF” printed on the rear.

The interior is similar to that of the original Leaf, with a traditional touchscreen display and leather seating.

The car will come with the latest version of Android and Apple CarPlay, with Android Auto and Apple Maps.

The price is currently $24,995, and you can pre-ordered it from Amazon and the car’s page on

It is available in California, Florida, Hawaii, Illinois, Michigan, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Virginia.

It has a $1,500 base price, and that price is going up with the car getting even more expensive as you add on options like leather seats, heated steering wheel, and automatic climate control.

If you can’t find it in your price range, Toyota is also offering the car for $31,900.

That price includes the $500 upgrade to the top of the range model.

If that’s too expensive for you, you can get the same vehicle for $32,900, which is more than double the price of the base Leaf.

The Leaf is Toyota’s answer to the Audi A8 and BMW 5 Series.

Toyota has also made a couple other updates to the Leaf, including a redesigned front fascia, a new rear bumper, a redesigned center stack, and a new center diffuser.

We’ll be bringing you more coverage on the new car in the coming weeks.

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