The highlights:

- Sweers admits that Toyota isn't going to grow market share, saying that Toyota has limited capacity to produce trucks. Instead, they want to focus on building smaller quantities of the best truck on the road

- Sweers points out that EcoBoost F150 and Ram Pentastar buyers aren't getting the promised gas mileage in the real-world, and that there are durability issues with a lot of fancy new fuel saving systems like grille shutters and air suspensions

- Sweers refuses to comment on new powertrains, but acknowledges that something is coming in the Ford-Toyota hybrid truck partnership

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