Going much deeper than a simple mid-life "facelift," the €90 million programme sees the introduction of more than 900 new parts to improve the car's design, dynamic performance and safety.
This car is dubbed “the future of energy efficiency” and it’s all about the turbines, aerodynamics and innovative wheels. Each free wheel is based on the Gorlov wind turbine, which is an elongated version of the flat turbine.
HSD is a refinement of the original Toyota Hybrid System (THS) used in the 1997 to 2003 Toyota Prius. The second generation system THS II first appeared on the redesigned Prius in 2004.
The Clarity Plug-In hybrid will be the volume leader of the series, marketed in all 50 states, and having an anticipated all-electric driving range rating in excess of 40 miles and a total driving range comparable to that of a traditional gasoline-powered sedan.
A project that has resided within the design team for many years, Dendrobium is finally being realised thanks to the rapid advancements in electrification technology, which allows headturning styling to be combined with high performance, compact e-powertrains.
Toyota was the first company to offer the world PHV (Plug-in Hybrid Vehicle) technology. With the launch of the second generation Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid, it is taking a further step towards its goal of reducing whole fleet CO2 emissions by 90% by 2050 through the use of HV (Hybrid Vehicle) PHV, EV (Electric Vehicle) and FCV (Fuel Cell Vehicle) technologies.
The Toyota Prius c's SULEV (Tier 2 Bin 3)-rated 1.5-liter inline four-cylinder gasoline engine utilizes an Atkinson cycle to help increase efficiency.
All functions can be selected and activated by voice control or from the driver's seat using the BMW HoloActive Touch system : Revolutionary technology for a fascinating user experience
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