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"A Toyota representative said the bulbs are positioned behind a metal diffuser, and that only 26 percent of the bulb’s light makes it through the glass."

Not exactly something to boast about when your corporation is trying to present itself as "green". Why not an array of LEDs behind the panels, instead?

(I'm a Toyota customer, but not from this dealership. Now perhaps the design commission can get Tonkin to stop littering our public right-of-way with illegal temporary signs.)

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