Toyota nj new cars to include a plug in prius

2011 Toyota NJ new cars to include a plug-in Prius?

A charger for my phone, a charger for my iPod, a charger for my laptop, a charger for my – car? It could be coming sooner than we think. Toyota has announced that it is beginning its pilot program in the United State for the plug-in Prius.
Toyota had announced several months ago that about 150 plug-ins would be tested in several areas of the U.S. through a lease program with universities, corporations and government entities. Now some of those groups chosen for the pilot program have been announced. They include Portland State University, University of California, Berkeley, University of Colorado, Southern California Air Quality Management District, Silicon Valley Leadership Group and Qualcomm. More pilot groups will be announced at a later date.
Buyers of 2011 Toyota NJ can look forward to a possible plug-in model by next year. Toyota has not given a date when the plug-in Prius will be available for public purchase or how long it takes to charge the car or the cost of doing so. We do know, though, that since it’s a Prius it will be eco-friendly and energy efficient and that’s what is most important. The plug-in Prius, which is known as the PHEV, will run on a lithium-ion battery pack with three separate parts. As each battery is drained by the engine, the engine will automatically switch over to the next battery pack, and so on. Buyers of used cars NJ may wonder how practical a fully-electric car would be. That’s a valid question.
Although automakers and environmentalists have been talking about electric transportation and electric highway grids for years, most of the ideas are more science fiction than reality for the general public. With large automakers beginning to sell fully electric vehicles, I think we can’t help but see entrepreneurs respond with accommodations, such as charging stations, emergency roadside charger trucks and possibly even special parking for electric cars in government or retail lots where they can charge while their owners shop – or wait in line.
Dealers of 2011 Toyota NJ are excited about the prospect of the plug-in Prius in the next year and will likely be talking it up and letting their loyal customers know what’s coming down the road. The technology for plug-in vehicles has improved dramatically in the last couple of years. The cars can now travel at highway speeds on all-electric power and drive more than across town and back without needing to be recharged.
Customers of used cars NJ will be glad to know that the plug-in Prius should have all the bugs worked out by the time it hits the showroom. This pilot program will give Toyota the opportunity to fine-tune everything about the car. This is very important as it will be one of the first purely electric vehicles to be sold on a large scale in the United States.

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