Schaumburg prius looking to add a cord and plug in to its profile

Schaumburg Prius looking to add a cord and plug-in to its profile

My, how the industry has moved forward. It’s what you want to do in any industry; but the auto industry was among the few that desperately needed a change. Only a few years ago, drivers were yawning at a lot of what was available on the market. Then, Toyota stepped in and changed that with the launch of the Prius – but for the industry as a whole, it seemed to be too little, too late. When the recession kicked into full gear, the automotive market spiraled into a deep depression, with three of the biggest U.S. players announcing bankruptcy and some serious government intervention to follow. As the catalyst for the entire engine technology progression, Schaumburg Prius dealers are happy to see brands fending for themselves in this slowly recovering economic wilderness.
Now, Toyota has turned a newer concept into the next step in our battle towards zero emissions. Schaumburg Camry drivers were excited to hear that the Japanese automaker will be launching a brand new plug-in Prius in the very near future. The introduction of the new innovative vehicle in the U.S. was held nearly a month ago at the Sustainable Mobility Seminar in San Diego. This event also gave Toyota execs the perfect venue to throw out some more details relevant to the American driving public, including how the vehicle will be used in the early test phase. Schaumburg Prius drivers were excited to hear that the early phases will include lending 150 units to educational institutions, large companies and governing bodies across the U.S. But there was another big announcement and subsequent awestruck silence for Schaumburg Camry dealers.
In terms of the new battery technology, the press release states: “The first generation lithium-ion drive battery’s unique composition is the key to the PHVs expanded all-electric power. The battery is composed of three packs, one main battery and two additional packs. At vehicle start, the PHV operates in all-electric mode, drawing electrical power directly from battery pack one. When pack one’s battery charge is depleted, it disconnects from the circuit and pack two engages and supplies electrical energy to the motor. When pack two is depleted it disconnects from the circuit and the system defaults to conventional hybrid mode, using the main battery as the sole electrical power source. Pack one and pack two will not reengage in tandem with the main battery pack until the vehicle is plugged in and charged.”
All of these details are going to contribute to an integrated driving experience with some serious fuel economy for Schaumburg Prius drivers across the area. While I haven’t read too many details about how the plug-in technology will work, I expect that it’s going to be an innovation to which Schaumburg Camry and Prius enthusiasts can cling. The manufacturer also announced some of the groups that are going to hit the road with the new plug-in Prius in the coming year, and we should all envy those groups. Stop by a dealership for more extensive details on the product launch.

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