Chevrolet is rolling out its Camry electric plug-ins to dealers in Detroit.
The Chevrolet Camry Electric plug- in hybrid is a fully electric plug in hybrid with an integrated powertrain.
The new car will be available in the Detroit, Flint and Toledo markets beginning July 2.
The automaker will begin selling the EV in Detroit on Oct. 1, 2018.
The automaker also has a Camry plug-n-play service agreement with Toyota for the Camry Plug-in Hybrid.
It will be offered through 2019.
Toyota is working on plug- n-play electric cars that will be a significant step forward in the automotive market.
Toyota is already working on its Bolt EV plug in electric car and the company is hoping that this EV can be the next step.
The company is also working on electric car projects in Germany and Australia.
Toyota has also said it will release the Bolt EV in 2021.
The car will have a range of 265 miles on the highway.
It has a range extender, which means the EV can go longer than usual without refueling.
The battery will last between 300 and 500 miles.
Toyotas Camry EVs will have an array of technologies in common with the Nissan Leaf EV and the Volkswagen Passat EV.
The electric plug plug-innovations are not unique to the Camrys.
Ford recently released the Fusion Hybrid for the Ford Escape and Chevrolet’s Volt Hybrid.