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Hybrid & Electric Vehicles

Famous for being the first mass produced hybrid vehicle, the Prius is known world wide.  Toyota continues to be invested in cutting edge technology of hybrid electric vehicles.  In fact, all of our 2024 models are available using some form of that technology - hybrid electric, plug-in hybrid electric, battery electric, and hydrogen fuel cell electric.  There is a hybrid electric vehicle for everyone.


HEV'S seamlessly combine the power of a gas engine with electric motors.  The hybrid battery recharges on the go, so you never need to plug it in.  What drives a Toyota hybrid?  The idea of offering a little extra.  Toyota's hybrid vehicles come in all shapes and sizes, but they've always been built on the belief that taking the step into electrification should be simple and seamless.  That's why all the added performance and efficiency comes with no extra maintenance, nothing new to learn behind the wheel or at the pump, and no plugging required.


PHEV's operate in the same way as HEV's but can optionally be plugged in for extended electric only range.  With two sources of power, a plug-in electric vehicle (PHEV) gives you all the benefits of a hybrid electric vehicle plus an extended CO2 emissions-free electric only driving range.  So, you can do more with less, while reducing carbon emissions along the way.  Stylish plug-in hybrid electric vehicles provide the flexibility between go-anywhere capability of a gasoline vehicle, and the practicality and performance of an electric vehicle.  Charge it up when you want to enjoy its all-electric range for quick commutes, or just drive it like a Toyota plug-in hybrid electric.  The best of both worlds.


BEV's are zero- emission vehicles that are powered by electricity alone.  BEV's require plugging-in, while also utilizing regenerative braking to recharge the onboard battery as you drive.  Have you been waiting for a stylish, battery electric vehicle you can trust?  It's here.  With its all-new battery electric powertrain, Toyota has brought its signature formula of quality, durability, and reliability into a whole new dimension.  This advanced technology provides the instant torque and the smooth, silent drive of an electric vehicle, as well as no emissions, and no trips to the gas station - ever.  Just charge up when you need to, whether at a public charging station while grabbing lunch, or in your own home each night, before getting back on the road to turn more heads.  Take charge with a new electrifying option.


FCEV's use hydrogen as an energy source to power high-output electric motors, emitting water as the only by-product from the tailpipe.  Exciting design, electric performance, innovative technology - and zero emissions?  If that sounds to good to be true, then you haven't met the Toyota Mirai.  Its advanced fuel-cell electric vehicle design generates power by combining hydrogen with oxygen from the outside air emitting only water from the tailpipe in the process.  Plus, there's never any charging needed; just fill up and go!


HEV's combine a gas engine with electric motors, automatically choosing the optimal source and blend of power.  Because the hybrid battery recharges on the go through regenerative braking, you never need to plug-in.

STARTING UP - In most conditions, only the electric motor is engaged, saving fuel and delivering instant torque with minimal emissions.

ACCELERATING & CRUISING - The gas engine and electric motor team up to provide the ideal mix of power for that seamless acceleration.  Excess energy is used to help recharge the battery.

DECELERATING & BRAKING - The electric motor takes over.  The regenerative braking system converts braking energy into electric energy to help recharge the battery onboard the vehicle.

RESTING & REVERSING - When stopped, the gas engine shuts down to conserve fuel unless the battery is running low.  When reversing at low speed, only the electric motor is required.


In place of an internal combustion engine, BEV's are powered by a large battery pack and high-output electric motors.  Because it runs on electricity alone, BEV's emit no exhaust from the tailpipe.  BEV batteries are recharged to some degree as you drive, largely through regenerative braking.  However, BEV's must be plugged into a wall outlet or charging equipment to achieve a full charge in order to deliver the full benefits of their electric-only operation.


There is nothing complicated about a PHEV.  Just like a hybrid electric vehicle (HEV), it has both a gas engine and electric motors, and automatically switches between electric-mode only (EV mode), gas-mode only, or a seamless combination of both.  Here's the difference.  With its larger battery and more powerful motor, a PHEV allows you to travel further in EV-mode alone than a conventional HEV.  Like an HEV, the battery recharges through regenerative braking.  You can also choose to plug-in to extend your electric-only driving range.


Toyota's revolutionary fuel cell stack creates the electricity that drives the vehicle through a chemical reaction between hydrogen that is stored on board, and oxygen from the atmosphere.


The PCU controls energy output by deciding when to use store energy from the battery or draw directly from the fuel cell stack.


Press the accelerator pedal and electricity from the fuel cell stack is sent to the motor.


In the fuel cell stack, hydrogen and oxygen from the air combine in a chemical reaction that creates electricity to power the electric motor.


Uses the same battery as a Toyota Hybrid Electric Vehicle, increasing the voltage to 650 volts, enhancing performance and making more efficient use of the electric motor.


Energy, recaptured during braking is used to recharge the battery, and assist when high power is required, such as during acceleration.


Hydrogen is pumped into the vehicle and stored in carbon-fibre reinforced, polymer lined tanks, designed for safe fuel storage.



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