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2013 Toyota Hybrid Tour — Satoshi

August 28, 2013

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2013 Toyota Hybrid Tour

Ypsilanti, Mich.

Aug. 28, 2013

Satoshi Managing Officer, Toyota Corporation

Good afternoon And thank you for joining us here

As Mr. Uchiyamada said in his welcoming last night, this is the time Toyota has gathered its full global fleet of vehicles. So it is also the first that I have seen assembled together as well. You can how I feel at such a family Very special.

As I am sure understands, this event is on our entire lineup of hybrids. It is my job to you a taste of what we have in in our hybrid future . However, impossible not to begin with how it all .

I was one of the lucky engineers to be assigned to the G21 in October 1993. I had been for Toyota for 10 years, and I was assigned to department.

G21 stood for “Global Century. Ironically, its goal was not to a hybrid vehicle. Instead, its was to develop an affordable five-passenger car, that would the fuel efficiency and environmental of the 21st century.

Our focus was not on the generation . It was to be much further the future.

Initially, the idea was to a car that delivered a 50% improvement in economy of a typical Toyota sedan powered by a 1.5-liter before the beginning of the 21 st century.

At the time, a separate powertrain was showing considerable progress on a hybrid system that became the key to achieving our cost and targets.

As the benefits of going became clearer, there was an change in strategy. Instead of what we could . we would try to do we should . A new goal was set.

based on a typical compact and 1.5-liter engine, we would fuel efficiency, cut emissions in and reduce development time by two To achieve these goals, diverse elements would into play, including like aerodynamics, rolling and lightweight.

Does anyone what these numbers

At the time, we identified 80 different configurations that could be We narrowed it down to the top-20, ran them through simulations “ overwhelming fuel-efficiency and found four prime

At this point we could degree of difficulty and cost.

The winner was a series-parallel hybrid with fairly simple of two motors and a planetary gear set but complicated software.

Despite the and up-front investment in the software, volume would not mean cost. This would be the viable system with an eye to the

During G21 development of a single the Prius it became clear the series-parallel technology was adaptable to a range of vehicles.

In fact, was no reason to think that one of our passenger cars could, one offer a hybrid powertrain.

Most importantly . it seemed to be a that held great for constant improvement, for many to come. Uchiyamada-san would be If this was a bridge technology it like a very long

About the time we launched in the U.S. we set in motion just a long-range hybrid development Here in the U.S. we began the simultaneous development of hybrid of the Toyota Highlander and Lexus RX. In we added the Estima and Alphard.

which means “go would be the first of many takes on the basic hybrid

Since the launch of Prius in we now have 23 Lexus and Toyota models in various global including Prius Plug-in.

the next generation Prius it will begin a new era for a broad of Toyota and Lexus vehicles by the arrival of a substantially improved of hybrid powertrains.

Think of it as, G21 five.

These new hybrid will deliver significantly fuel economy in a more package that is lighter in and lower in cost .

The performance of new generation of powertrains will significant advances, in battery, motor and gas engine technologies

And is of Toyota’s larger portfolio towards the electrification of the automobile plug-in hybrid, battery and fuel cell technologies.

has a deep commitment to vehicle and therefore, to advancing drive-battery Our next generation of hybrids feature improved batteries higher energy density ; is the relationship between the battery’s and dimensions.

We have stepped up our research, and production capacity on both hydride and lithium-ion.

And looking to the we have ramped up development on new technologies like solid and lithium air, as well as resources to new chemistries beyond such as magnesium and other low materials.

The next-generation Prius, will combine our advanced technologies with new electric that are smaller in size, and improved power density.

For the current Prius motor 4 times the power density of the The next Prius power will be even higher.

lost in the discussion of hybrids is the of the gasoline engine and its thermal For example, the current generation gasoline-engine has a thermal efficiency of percent.

The new engine in the next will be more than 40 %. A best.

So where do these take us?

The current Prius has America’s fuel economy for many years.

In its three Prius MPG has improved on average by 10 percent, each generation. The to continue to improve at this to beat your own record very difficult, but makes it all the motivating. I can tell you that we are motivated to beat our record.

To these substantial gains in development the next Prius ride on a vastly improved

My background is chassis engineering. In I chose to come work for when I was much younger of the Corolla GT AE86.

The next Prius will the Toyota New Global Architecture or It will have a lower of gravity and increased structural This, along with other improvements will for beneficial gains in ride-and-handlng and aerodynamics.

Its interior will be with significant refinements in layout and ease of operation. will introduce key advanced technologies.

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Developed in parallel the next Prius will be the Prius plug-in.

We have listening very carefully to PHV owners over the past two and are considering their requests for all-electric range.

We have heard from these that they would a more convenient charging In response, we are developing a new wireless/inductive system that produces between an on-floor coil and an coil to recharge the battery the fuss of a cable.

We will verification of the system in Japan, the US and in 2014.

About as long as we been selling Prius, we been developing another of hybrid technology of critical to future mobility. Delivering emissions, along with range and refueling time on par conventional vehicles, hydrogen be in our future for a long time.

first commercially available fuel cell vehicle go on sale in global markets in

At the 2011 Tokyo Motor we unveiled the FCVR fuel concept. This year at the Motor show, we will get a bit specific, when we unveil a mid-size four-door sedan

That vehicle will its North American debut at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las in January where Bob Carter discuss the role of our US-based team in its development as well as a few of our plans for introduction into the US

For now, I can tell you that the fuel cell stack is developing 3kw per liter of power

We believe that’s a “world’s and about twice that of the stack we have been for the Highlander fuel cell vehicle that many of you driven. If you have not, take the opportunity during our segments.

Finally, I would to address how hybrid technology is motorsports and how motorsports will us develop better hybrid in the future.

In 2007, with our HSD serving as a starting point, we work on high performance and components needed to develop a drivetrain for elite competition: the TS-030 World Endurance Le Mans prototype.

The challenge of the race car has been the added of the battery and electric motor. The uses super capacitors of batteries, which show promise for their ability to store and release energyvery

This potent hybrid integrates a unique inverter, a 300-HP electric motor/generator between the 6 speed-transmission and the 530-HP V8

The extreme nature of racing, the durability and reliability limits of components, systems and software make TS-030 the world’s and possibly the most effective hybrid laboratory program.

Bob mentioned earlier today to take full effect, technology must be consumed in volume . Regulatory push on its own, induce consumer

To truly have an effect, our must develop a diverse of products that consumers are to buy.

Where the cost is low convenience is high and the benefits to the and the pocketbook are clear. Which is where we believed hybrids be, 15 years ago.

Today, and a long vision are still the of admission. Because consumer of less convenient and higher technologies have been and will continue so.

But fifteen from now, I believe plug-in hybrids, battery and especially hydrogen fuel could be as common as hybrids are .

Perhaps members on my staff, on fuel cells will be to say they were in-on-it the beginning the way I have been hybrids.

I believe that happen.

Thank you all for joining us

Toyota Motor Corporation Officer Satoshi Ogiso about Toyota’s hybrid during the 2013 Toyota World Tour in Ypsilanti, Aug. 28, 2013.

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