Toyota ecom concept car

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Toyota eCom

The Toyota e•com

The Toyota was a compact two-seater powered by designed for use within college and campuses, planned communities, and urban areas, not unlike the GEM and small electric vehicles by niche manufacturers. The e·com’s and “driving enjoyment” set it apart the others as does its 62 mph top speed, far the usual 30-50 mph.

The high-roof shape was designed to comfortable headroom for occupants over six feet tall. The also features large for easy entry and exit, overhangs front and rear, and sightlines all around. These also make e·com to drive in congested city and easy to park in the tightest The body combines steel with strong and light Polymer bumpers for safety

The e·com features front and rear drum brakes, driver and front passenger and seat belts with shoulder anchor points. are designed to withstand a five-mph while incurring no visible The seats offer excellent with spacing well for two commuters as well as room for a bag. With the gear lever mounted on the center cluster and a clear pass-through on the passengers may enter or exit side, making parking easier.

The e·com shares much of its EV and power components with the RAV4-EV. which Toyota leases to fleet customers in markets nationwide. e·com is with a compact, high-performance motor producing 18.5 (25 horsepower) between 2,450 and rpm. Maximum torque is (57 lb./ft.) and is reached between 0 and rpm. Because of the torque of an electric motor, e·com’s performance is quite surprising for a of its size. Top speed is electronically to 62 mph.

Toyota eCom

e·com’s front-wheel drive is between the front wheels for stability and simplified packaging. The AC magnet motor is teamed a three-shaft gear-train mated to a speed transaxle. The motor operates backwards for Reverse A microcomputer controls driver for acceleration and braking, ensuring the always operates at maximum to maximize range and drivability.

e·com uses a single, battery pack comprised of 24 hydride (NiMH) batteries together to produce 288 volts, under the floor to maximize space. Charging can be conveniently by either a 220-volt “Magne-Charge TM inductive system using a designed jointly by Toyota and Motors or an on-board 110-volt system. Inductive charging about two hours, while charging using household requires about 9.5 hours. charged, the pack provides a 60-mile range, depending on conditions.

Contributing to increased driving is an advanced regenerative braking When the vehicle is coasting or the are applied, the regenerative system the motor as a generator to recapture that would otherwise be as heat or kinetic energy. energy is returned to the batteries as electricity.

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