Chicago new toyota concept is a plug in pruis

Chicago new Toyota concept is a plug-in Pruis

Technology is awesome to behold. Especially within the auto industry, technology has been progressing with a swift vengeance, pushing us past the hiccups of the recession and into the next decade. Beginning with the launch of the Prius, the automotive industry has made a quick shift to more fuel efficient and eco-friendly engine technology – but fans of the shifting paradigm know that it all started at your Chicago new Toyota dealer. Hybrid technology has progressed to new heights, and manufacturers across the world have implemented hybrid engines in their vehicles. But it looks like electric engines are the ones really gaining momentum for future use, and Toyota is stepping up yet again to lead the way.
Following the launch of a new concept Toyota, we were recently regaled with the announcement that the concept has been turned into a plug-in Prius model, giving the brand legs at Chicago used Tundra dealers and beyond. The official U.S. introduction of the vehicle came during the company’s Sustainable Mobility Seminar. And, with the event recently finished, we have received more details about the U.S. launch of the plug-in Prius for when it hits Chicago new Toyota floors in the near future. To start off, Toyota will ship 150 units out to the usual testers, like big companies, government bodies and educational institutions. The test phase will allow the Japanese manufacturer to collect more market data to perfect the vehicle before it launches at new and used Chicago Tundra dealers across the city.
Toyota has also release some important details about the engine technology. According to the press release, “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.”
Chicago new Toyota drivers should get ready to test-drive one of the most innovative cars on the market very soon. It’s good to see that, after years of simply maintaining its place as the leader in fuel efficient engine technology, Toyota is taking a leap forward in the space to hopefully reposition itself as the leader in increased mileage and reduced emissions. For Chicago used Tundra drivers, it might be time to look into purchasing a brand new vehicle – one with the most cutting edge technology on the market. Get some more information through the Toyota website, or visit a local dealer to find out when the drop date on this hot new item will be.

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