Winter park toyota prius drivers anticipate a plug in option

Winter Park Toyota Prius drivers anticipate a plug-in option

Winter Park Toyota Prius buyers will be excited to know that a new plug-in Prius hybrid option is one step closer to being in the showroom. This new electric hope in the Toyota fleet was introduced recently at the Sustainable Mobility Seminar in San Diego.
So when, exactly, will we be able to get behind the wheel of one ourselves? Well, Toyota hasn’t said specifically, but we do know that 150 of these vehicles will be used by government officials, universities, and corporations in car sharing program as a sort of test.
Although the average car buyer won’t be able to have one charging in the garage immediately, some of the groups that will be previewing them for us are the University of Colorado, Portland State University, University of California, Berkeley, Qualcomm Silicon Valley Leadership Group and the Southern California Air Quality Management District.
This Prius plug-in, known as the PHEV will have a three-part lithium-ion battery pack, a first for Toyota. This battery pack allows expanded all-electric power and consists of one main battery and two additional battery packs. As power depletes from each battery pack, the engine switches to the next pack and draws power from it.
So while Toyota dealers, like those selling Winter Park used cars, participate in an environmental program to save on energy and materials within the company, Prius plug-ins are helping government agencies and corporations save money and energy through different segments of America. Winter Park Toyota Prius dealers are proud that the plug-in Prius is being so thoroughly tested and documented in order for it to be at its best and performing optimally for the rest of us when it goes on sale.
Despite all its trouble with recalls on current Prius models and insinuations of all types of shenanigans, Toyota is once again proving itself to be an upstanding, reputable company by carefully evaluating the plug-in Prius before it is put on the market.
Customers of Winter Park used cars and other Toyota dealers will be the beneficiaries of this test program. It seems to be a win-win situation for Toyota, the groups involved in the program and the future buyers of the plug-in Prius. I guess that’s actually a win-win-win situation, isn’t it? With the emphasis on finding renewable energy sources and the public mindset turning to ways to save not only energy but money the plug-in Prius is timely. Then we must consider the political ramifications of energy sources and how we as a nation can find domestic solutions. Electricity can be pulled from the air and the water and we have plenty of that, so the plug-in revolution may be about to occur.

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