Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid (2013)

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Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid

Toyota Prius Plug-in

The launch of the new Toyota Prius Hybrid represents one further of Hybrid Synergy Drive® and is core technology platform for the

Hybrid Synergy Drive® has specifically designed to be modular adaptable to diverse energy may be readily used in Plug-in Electric Vehicles (PHEV), Vehicles (EV) and Fuel Vehicles (FCV).

In the case of the the full hybrid system — and its long range — remains essentially the with a more powerful, charged battery significantly the all-electric driving range.

designed as an EV powertrain, it employs a HSD architecture with no petrol compensating through a more electric motor and sufficient power to drive the vehicle for hours before external is required.

Once again by a powerful electric motor, the FCV the HSD system’s petrol engine hydrogen fuel cell With the fuel cells electricity to charge the battery the FCV has no need of external charging, requiring refuelling with hydrogen in the same manner as the HSD system requires petrol.

Grid for the Future Mobility

Toyota’s PHEVs and EVs will an important role in realising a society. However, if many charge their batteries during specific hours of the it will boost society’s power demand. It is, therefore, that this charging is optimally controlled.

2013 Prius Plug-in Hybrid

In Toyota is working on the Smart concept -an electricity network power supply and demand is controlled using IT to ensure a power supply and optimum saving.

The Smart Grid is to help customers live a low-carbon eco-life by connecting homes and people. At the heart of the Grid is Toyota Home’s House, currently on test in

The Smart House is equipped a Home Energy Management (HEMS), which controls the of electricity by solar panels, its in a home battery and its efficient including vehicle charging The PHEV or EV is integral to the system, and the battery may be used as a household source in emergencies.

The Smart in each district are connected to a Smart Centre; a local centre which monitors company and home electricity and each home’s power The Smart Centre plans consumption and storage, and gives where necessary to help power demands and ensure electricity is efficiently used the entire community.

To establish the Grid, advanced IT technologies and information infrastructures are necessary, cooperation amongst various and government agencies is essential. To end, Toyota is participating in to evaluate the next generation of and introduce the Smart Grid on a scale, with projects in the United States, China and already underway.

The World’s Full Hybrid Family

the launch of the new Toyota Prius Hybrid — the new flagship of the family — the Prius the first full hybrid available as a complete, stand-alone range.

The Prius+ — the full hybrid 7-seat to go on sale in Europe- targets families who require the space and of a larger, seven-seat vehicle. The new Plug-in Hybrid will to a new group of environmentally conscientious adopters thanks to its extended, 25 km EV

After the extensive feedback of year-long trial projects, has adopted an extended EV range of 25 km for its new Not only does this offer the best compromise EV range, performance, packing, weight and price, but it also has found to meet the daily requirements of 80% of European citizens.

The models of the Prius family significantly expand the standard customer base and subsequent their respective combined CO2 of 89 g/km, 96 g/km and just 49 representing unprecedented environmental from an entire model

Plug-in Technology Proven Extensive Trials

The start of Prius Plug-in Hybrid sales follows an extensive leasing project which has place throughout the world, in two over the last five

Initiated in July 2007, 10 after the launch of the first Prius, the first phase about 20 vehicles, of which were tested in Europe. first phase was dedicated to research and development through life road trials in including France and the UK, with a focus on the relationship between the new involved and its users.

Simultaneous into the development of a public, and company recharging infrastructure is to the viability of a PHEV project. To end, the first phase marked the start of Toyota’s partnership with French company, EDF, who is present in European markets.

In December the second development phase It was centred on a worldwide limited project involving some 600 vehicles, of which 200 were to selected partners and customers in 18 countries.

Toyota’s European Plug-in Hybrid limited project started in Strasbourg, at the end of April 2010, with the year leasing of 100 Prius Hybrid prototype vehicles by companies and other organisations, government bodies, local energy providers and a car sharing

Widely recognised as ‘the European Union capital’, has had a notably advanced mobility in place for some time, it the ideal location for a large-scale of the urban-friendly practicalities of the Toyota Plug-in Hybrid.

Simultaneously, partner EDF began creating a recharging infrastructure, installing points at the facilities of project in public parking lots, on roads and reinforced plugs at homes.

Some 20 vehicles introduced in the UK, and another 15-20 in Toyota also introduced the Prius Plug-in Hybrid on a scale, with participants Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and the United States of America.

World PHEV Driver Analysis

Both in Europe and the world, the road trials Toyota to fine tune its PHEV research and development. The of real world vehicle-use has enabled the company to better customer expectations of plug-in while spurring the development of a access charging station

All leased Prius Plug-in prototype vehicles were with data retrieval which monitored everyday activities such as when, and how the vehicle was charged, the extent of depletion at the time of charging, duration, percentage of EV use and EV range and fuel efficiency.

The PHEVs in the leasing project were driven both in the urban and on longer journeys out of the city. an average yearly mileage of km, project participants acquired 800,000 km of PHEV driving

With over 70% of journeys less than 25 km, the zero fully electric range of the satisfied a significant share of the daily requirements. 42% of users completed long distance of more than 100 km at least a week, thanks to the PHEV’s to operate as a full hybrid the range anxiety associated journeys of this length in a electric vehicle.

Fuel figures obtained under conditions show that the consumes 36% less fuel the comparable, best-in-class diesel and almost 50% less than the petrol vehicle. Users maximised the potential of the PHEV and optimal use of the existing recharging were able to return fuel consumption figures of than 2.0 l/100 km.

Plug-in Technology — Extended EV With No Constraints

Electricity has potential as an alternative to oil, may be from renewable sources as solar, wind, tidal and power, can be readily supplied, and is neutral at the point of consumption.

although the environmental merits of EVs as commuters are well proven, the development of such vehicles is handicapped by the weight, size and of the large capacity batteries to offer satisfactory range, and the of an adequate recharging infrastructure.

In on PHEV technology, Toyota has the issues of driving range, and infrastructure. The Toyota Prius Hybrid is a full hybrid in which both the electric and petrol engine can drive the An extended fully electric, EV is employed for city driving, the hybrid powertrain’s petrol awards the car true long capability.

A further benefit of its EV driving range and ultra-low CO2 Toyota’s new PHEV qualifies for customer rebates and taxation in over 10 European countries, a significant impact on both and running costs.

Rather the former replacing the latter, standard and Plug-in versions of the full hybrid will on the market for the foreseeable future.

by the Prius, with Exclusive Cues

Sharing the third Prius’ characteristic, sweeping silhouette, and 20 mm longer to accommodate a new design, the Prius Plug-in is instantly recognisable as the flagship in Toyota’s remarkable full family.

The Toyota Prius Hybrid weighs just kg, only 55 kg more than a Prius. The weight of the new Lithium-ion has been limited to just 80 kg, 50% than that of the 2010 vehicle’s battery pack and 38 kg more than that of Prius’ nickel metal-hydride despite an extension of the car’s EV mode range.

As with member of the Prius family, in to fully benefit from its high tensile steel and construction and Hybrid Synergy powertrain, the Prius Plug-in distinctive exterior design on maximising aerodynamic efficiency to fuel economy, handling and quietness. The result is an aerodynamic with an excellent coefficient of of only Cd 0.25, which it with the standard Prius.

The of the new Toyota Prius Plug-in features the latest representation of trapezoidal, Under Priority Beneath an upper grille kept as small as possible to a smooth airflow over the body, the lower grille has enlarged, and incorporates a chrome-plated and a silver accent colour to the trim panel.

The upper extension area features a smoke paint finish to differentiate the new Toyota PHV from the of the Prius family.

In profile, the new Prius Plug-in may be identified by a battery charger lid on the opposite rear wing to the filler cap, which a silver plug logo to differentiate it from the fuel Additional PHEV-specific details a silver accent finish to the handles, an exclusive new 15, 5 spoke wheel design which to aerodynamic performance, and a front Plug-in Hybrid logo.

To the the large, energy efficient LED clusters are finished with a clear lens, the license features an exclusive silver colour, and the Hybrid Synergy badging has been adapted to a plug-in symbol.

The Toyota Plug-in Hybrid is available in a six range; Silver, Abyss Pearl White, Super Frosty Green and, to the new Toyota PHEV, True

Innovative and Spacious Interior

Despite a significant increase in EV driving range, the highly packaging of the new Lithium-ion battery means that neither passenger accommodation nor loadspace been compromised.

The new Toyota accommodates 5 people and has a luggage of 443 litres with the rear in position, only 2 litres than that of the standard with the added benefit of a 22 storage box beneath the loadspace With the 60:40 split seats folded down to a flat loadspace floor, capacity increases to a total of litres.

The Prius Plug-in shares the third generation dual-zone dashboard, designed to minimise the need for driver eye while viewing vehicle and to provide ergonomic functionality of all and switchgear. The new PHEV’s dashboard is by high brightness silver trim and a Plug-in Hybrid-exclusive

The upper, ‘display zone’ on the combination of a head-up display and a centre meter cluster at an ideal distance for at-a-glance of vehicle status information. As as vehicle speed and other instrumentation, the LED meter also a Touch Tracer display, and an ECO Support Monitor with content and functionality.

The lower zone’ is characterised by a distinctive, ‘bridge’ construction which not places the fly-by-wire transmission within the closest possible of the driver’s hand but also a generous additional storage below. This lower focuses on the full-colour Toyota display screen, placing the of audio and satellite navigation within easy reach of the

The front seats now benefit a new, two-step heater with improved control to temperature fluctuations and enhance In Eco mode, the seat heaters are now coordinated with the air conditioning They activate to warm more quickly, reducing the on the air conditioning system to further the Toyota Prius Plug-in fuel efficiency.

Plug-in Powertrain based on HSD Technology

a new benchmark in environmentally-friendly mobility, the new Plug-in Hybrid represents a new of the Hybrid Synergy Drive® capabilities.

Building on the core of Toyota’s renowned full powertrain, the Prius Plug-in addresses the specific needs of customers with a significantly fully-electric EV driving range of 25 km for cross-city journeys, while the powertrain’s petrol engine the new Toyota PHEV true range capability of over km.

A full hybrid capable of in petrol and electric modes as well as a combination of both, the Prius Plug-in Hybrid impressive, seamless acceleration and quiet operation, while unparalleled fuel efficiency and the possible emissions.

The new Toyota automatically operates in full mode once the extended EV has been expended. This the range anxiety which has to typify the driving of fully vehicles. Moreover, the unique of Toyota’s full hybrid require no change in driving or behaviour.

Performance — fuel efficiency and emissions

The Synergy Drive® powertrain a total system power of 136 DIN hp and allows the Toyota Prius Hybrid to accelerate seamlessly 0-100 km/h in 11.4 and on to a top speed of 180 km/h.

Conversely, the new Toyota PHEV’s overall efficiency significantly enhanced by its EV range, the Toyota Prius Hybrid returns a remarkably low consumption figure of only 2.1 km in the European homologation combined — an increase in fuel of over 45% compared to the regular

Commensurately, CO2 emissions have fallen to just 49 g/km. In the new PHEV generates significantly NOX and particulate emissions than engined cars of comparable

Moreover, when operating in its EV mode, the Toyota Prius Hybrid generates zero NOX and particulate emissions, driving city-crossing capability for up to 25 kilometres at of up to 85 km/h, dependant on battery and driving conditions.

Though its EV range plays a significant in lowering the new Toyota PHEV’s cycle fuel economy and the Prius Plug-in Hybrid remarkably efficient when purely in full hybrid mode.

After the EV range has expended, the HSD system still fuel consumption of only 3.7 km, and generates class-leading CO2 emissions of 85 g/km. These figures are lower than that of Prius, mainly due to the vehicle’s new battery, which can more recover energy under recharging the battery more and allowing owners to drive often in EV mode.

In addition, the Toyota Prius Hybrid has been fitted the latest generation of low rolling tyres.

Thanks to its highly HSD powertrain, the Prius Plug-in environmental performance in hybrid is superior to rival plug-ins in mode.

Hybrid Synergy — PHEV system

The new Toyota PHEV’s series/parallel hybrid system features a 1.8 VVT-i petrol engine, a electric motor, a generator, a performance Lithium-ion battery and a control unit. A power device employs a planetary set to combine and re-allocate power the engine, electric motor and according to operational requirements.

Key to the installation of Hybrid Synergy within the Prius Plug-in front-engined platform, the electric generator and power split are all housed in one transmission casing the of a conventional gearbox.

Unlike a belt-driven CVT transmission, HSD delivers torque through a power device in the form of planetary set. The generator is connected to the sun The engine is connected to the planetary gear carrier. And the electric is connected to the outer, ring itself directly connected to the which drives the wheels. with power transmitted to it from the engine, the electric or a combination of the two, the rotational of the ring gear determines the of the vehicle.

System power is by a lightweight, highly compact, 1,798 cc, Atkinson cycle petrol engine developing 99 DIN kW at 5,200 rpm and 142 Nm of torque at 4,000 and a high performance, permanent synchronous 60 kW electric motor instant power from 0 rpm and a 207 Nm of torque. The petrol engine and motor combine to give a system power output of 136 DIN kW.

Powered by the hybrid Lithium-ion the electric motor works in with the petrol engine to acceleration during normal Power allocation is constantly between engine and electric to combine optimum performance maximum fuel efficiency.

The motor alone powers the wheels when the Toyota Plug-in Hybrid is operating in EV mode. An EV range of up to 25 km is dictated by charge and driving conditions. once the EV battery charge has exhausted, the Toyota PHEV operates as a full hybrid recharged from an external supply, thus eradicating the range constraints of a conventional vehicle.

Maximising the Hybrid Drive® system’s efficiency, and of the driving mode selected, the motor also acts as a generator during deceleration and braking, to effect regenerative Normally wasted as heat, energy is recovered as electrical for storage in the high performance battery.

New Compact, Lightweight and Lithium-ion battery

Fundamental to the commercial application of PHEV the Prius Plug-in Hybrid a newly developed Lithium-ion pack.

Lithium-ion batteries been selected because have ideal characteristics for use in a They have a superior energy density and are very offering a larger EV driving with little adverse or packaging issues. They can be quickly and can effectively recover under braking, improving HSD efficiency.

As a result of Toyota’s and its continuous effort for improvement, the Prius Plug-in Hybrid’s battery pack has a 4.4 kWh capacity four times that of the generation Prius- and its SOC (State of for use has been enhanced to approximately manage the increase in voltage of the new battery, the Hybrid Synergy system’s revised Power Unit (PCU) features a new boost converter with greater durability.

Despite increase in power output, changes to the 288 cell battery used in prototype versions of the Plug-in Hybrid have for the new Lithium-ion pack’s installation no impact on rear passenger accommodation or luggage space, are now almost identical to that of the Prius.

The capacity of each cell has been enlarged over those of the prototype and the new battery is now a 56 cell, one pack comprising a stack of four, 14 series-connected batteries.

In conjunction the adoption of a new aluminium frame these revisions have the volume of the battery pack 201.7 to just 87.2 and halved its weight from 160 to 80 kg. As a result, the Prius Plug-in weighs only 55 kg more a standard Prius.

Rapid, Battery Recharging System

Via a charger inlet conveniently beneath a discreet, flush-mounted in the opposite rear wing to the PHEV’s fuel filler the battery pack can be fully in 1.5 hours from a standard, household outlet.

Operating a charging efficiency of some 84% allied to a 230V power the battery charger itself is under the hybrid battery, AC electricity to DC current to charge the battery pack.

Several improvements have made to the robust, highly charging system fitted to the versions of the Toyota Prius Hybrid. And a battery charger function has been added, users to set both the start and end of battery charging.

A CCID Circuit Interrupter Device) is inside the battery charger to automatically block the supply of AC in the case of electrical leakage charging. The CCID main size has been reduced to that of the prototype vehicle, and the plug can now be removed and replaced to usability.

Battery charger flexibility has been improved for handling during cold and users can choose between a length of 5 or 10 meters. A range of power plugs is available for with the diverse outlet of various countries and regions. And a new has been developed for compatibility the Mennekes-type charging station to represent the mainstream charging in Europe. The cable is stored in a compartment under the loadspace

The battery charger connector has been modified from the model to improve ease of Finished in blue, the main of the connector now has a scratch resistant finish. A freeze-proof lock button shape has been and the button has been chrome-plated to corrosion. A padlock-type cable may now also be fitted to the lock button for improved security.

The charger inlet itself has been revised to improve The inner and outer lids of the have been integrated to the opening and connection process. An LED fitted inside the lid illuminates the inlet connector, and a battery lamp beside the connector battery charging status.

A Driving Experience

The new Prius Hybrid offers drivers a truly 21st century experience. It combines seamless and remarkably quiet operation an extended EV range with fuel efficiency and the lowest emissions.

The unique characteristics of full hybrid powertrain no change in driving style or yet can help users maximise the of Hybrid Synergy Drive® numerous, PHEV-specific, driving monitors.

Moreover, the new Toyota capacity for long range in full hybrid mode the extended EV range has been totally removes the range which has come to typify the of fully electric vehicles to

Enhanced Eco Driving Experience

The Plug-in Hybrid offers the three switchable, ‘on-demand’ modes — the default EV, HV and EV-City.

With EV mode the Toyota Prius Plug-in is able to draw upon the capacity of the battery and will in electric drive mode, for urban driving with noise and zero CO2 and NOX emissions, for up to 25 kilometres at speeds of up to 85 km/h.

The engine will still if the system judges that power is necessary, however the use of to medium throttle inputs it switched off throughout EV mode

With HV mode selected, the Plug-in Hybrid functions to the standard Prius. It delivers the highly efficient Toyota HSD experience, seamlessly engaging the engine as appropriate. The vehicle’s EV mode range is preserved for use in urban environments.

With mode selected, the Prius Hybrid matches the EV mode’s Increased electric operation is by allowing more forceful use of the before the petrol engine in, allowing users to enter Emission inner city

Switched separately, ECO mode may be activated when the Toyota Plug-in Hybrid is operating in HV, EV or modes. In any drive mode, response to accelerator pedal is reduced and air-conditioning control for improved fuel economy. on driving conditions, the ECO mode can drivers achieve a perceptible in fuel consumption.

PHEV-specific Support Monitors

Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid

Complimenting three drive modes, the Plug-in Hybrid features Eco driving support for those who to adopt more environmentally-friendly techniques.

As in the Prius, the new Toyota is equipped with an Eco Drive Monitor. Various PHEV-specific allow customers to maximise the of the Prius Plug-in Hybrid’s EV driving range.

The Hybrid Indicator bar graphic now shows the at which the engine will under acceleration, allowing the to moderate throttle inputs and the use of the EV and EV-City modes.

The Energy displaying the engine operating and the flow of electric power, plug-in connection status and charge time displays. If the is turned on whilst the vehicle is charged externally, the connection will appear, along the approximate charging time to fully recharge the battery, up to the nearest 0.1 hour unit.

A first, users may also set and finish battery charging with both displayed on the Eco Support Monitor.

Both the System Indicator and the Energy feature an EV driving range adjacent to the battery SOC (State of level indicator, showing how far the can travel under electric power alone with the battery charge, rounded up to the 0.1 km.

The battery SOC display itself two different display methods to between HV and EV modes using electricity only. When the EV battery charge falls a certain level, the SOC display automatically change, with the HSD to HV mode. Conversely, when power is increased through braking, the display will to the former as the EV driving mode is restored.

In addition, an EV Driving indicator shows how much of the distance driven so far has been electric motor power This function also consumed power and fuel and a display indicating how much consumption is reduced by driving externally charged electricity

The trip fuel consumption display has been changed to a bar monthly average fuel display, and a calendar function has added to the system.

Finally, a Effect forest display has added to visualise the benefits of charging. The system converts the of externally charged electricity that of reduced CO2 and, for 10 kg reduction, one tree is planted in the to show the driver’s contribution to preservation. As the number of trees flowers and animals are also to the display.

In combination, this range of Eco Drive Support functions helps drivers to relaxed, fuel efficient techniques and maximise both EV and overall hybrid system

Suspension and Steering Revisions

The Plug-in Hybrid shares the MacPherson front and torsion rear suspension of the standard However, both systems been optimised for the specific distribution of the new Toyota PHEV, both ride comfort and stability.

Both front and shock absorber damping has been changed from of the standard Prius, and the front upper support rubber have also been to further improve the vehicle’s Noise and Vibration performance.

The map of the Electric Power Steering has also been revised in of the nominal effect the Plug-in specific weight distribution has on the driving dynamics.

High Equipment

As with every in the new Prius family, the Toyota Plug-in Hybrid is a front-runner in the of cutting-edge technological innovation.

Its standard equipment specification a highly fuel-efficient Remote Control System, steering-wheel Touch Tracer control a smart entry system and Touch — the world’s affordable touch screen interface.

Just as in the Prius, are offered a range of advanced and safety features to choose Options include a Pre-Crash system incorporating Adaptive Control, Intelligent Parking Toyota Touch Go Plus and Touch Pro navigation systems, and a JBL Premium Sound System GreenEdge technology.

Remote Control System

Making use of a PHEV design that electricity from an external source, the Prius Plug-in features a unique, Remote Control System.

The air conditioning uses an electric inverter allowing the air conditioning to be activated depending on the engine.

This is a conditioning system, capable of the vehicle interior both the PHEV is plugged in and using the HV alone as a power source. by a Remote A/C switch on the vehicle key the system will run for a maximum of 10 offering occupants a comfortable temperature from the moment get into the vehicle.

By pre-cooling the the system also improves the of Hybrid Synergy Drive® by air conditioner energy consumption vehicle start up, further fuel consumption.

In the absence of a pump, the system uses heat as a cabin heating In ECO mode, the system suppresses performance to minimise engine time and, hence, consumption. However, it compensates for by automatically activating the front heaters to warm cabin as quickly and efficiently as possible.

Display and Touch Tracer

A Display projects useful onto the base of the windscreen, vehicle speed, the Eco Drive and the status of the optional Pre-Crash and Active Cruise Control

A steering-wheel mounted Touch display switch allows the to control the audio system, the and the ECO Drive Monitor without the to look down, or remove his or her from the wheel.

New Driving Features

Driving support now include an EV indicator lamp and two new A Monthly Fuel Consumption shows the average fuel of both the current and 5 previous

Advanced Pre-Crash Safety with Adaptive Cruise

An Advanced Pre-Crash Safety system employs a millimetre radar sensor to scan the ahead, recognising potentially objects and assisting the driver in the chances of a collision.

If there is a possibility of a collision, PCS will the driver and, when he to brake, provide braking to supplement his own braking effort, activating the seatbelt pre-tensioners. If the does not brake and a collision is the system will automatically the brakes to reduce impact

Adaptive Cruise Control works in tandem with the PCS ACC will automatically maintain a distance from the vehicle in Once the road ahead is the Prius Plug-in Hybrid returns to its original cruising

Intelligent Parking Assist

The new Prius Plug-in Hybrid’s Parking Assist system has improved to allow even efficient and faster parking It is now able to recognize parking even when there are no bay lines. In addition, monitor will guide the driver to the starting point for the system to be when space sufficient for is detected.

Fitted as standard in the Prius Plug-in Hybrid, Touch is a 6.1 inch, full touch-screen interface which a new approach to affordable, on-board systems.

It incorporates AM/FM with enhanced FM reception the use of two tuners, a CD/MP3 player, mobile phone connectivity a music streaming facility, and a USB for the connection of portable music with the facility to display album cover art. the hybrid drive system Monitor and fuel consumption can be displayed, and in addition, a rear camera is fitted as standard.

Touch Go Plus

Building on the Touch multimedia base Toyota Touch Go Plus the new Prius Plug-in Hybrid an optional navigation system includes all the most popular functions, such as advanced coverage, customisable speed speed camera warnings, 3D models and landmarks.

Using a mobile phone, via Bluetooth, the offers on-board connectivity to Local Search — the and most up-to-date search in the world. Via Google Maps, may be input remotely from or office, and Points of Interest may be for entry as destinations.

Equipped voice recognition, which a ‘text-to-speech’ message readout Toyota Touch Go Plus the functionality of the navigation and audio It allows the driver to input a destination, make a phone or to pick a specific song a connected iPod with a voice command.

The system also display SMS text emails and calendars depending on mobile phone compatibility.

Touch Go Plus has been specifically to be both flexible and The system can be up-dated with the functions, as they become Available from launch, a Go Plus Apps function provide fuel price, and parking space information. new App options will be rolled accessible via a web portal.

Toyota Pro

The premium quality Toyota Pro features a high-resolution 7.0 inch interface with a ‘home’ at-a-glance function displaying the relevant air-conditioning, audio and information.

It offers a comprehensive of advanced features including recognition, automatic map zoom at 3D city model and landmark an on-line Points Of Interest facility and supplementary driver’s guidance in the Head-up Display.

The also provides access to SMS and emails, and includes a ‘text-to-speech’ readout facility. An HSD system Monitor, fuel consumption and a rear camera with guidance lines to help in confined spaces are fitted as

Toyota Touch Pro also DAB/DAB+/DMB digital radio as making it compatible with a new Transport Protocol Export (TPEG) traffic information Based on a digital communication TPEG represents a significant over existing, RDS-TMC systems because it can carry far information.

Not only will its accuracy enable better routing, but it will also a basic traffic event and service with information on availability and fuel prices, additional information including limits and weather thereafter.

JBL Premium Sound System

Toyota Touch Go Plus and Touch Pro may be equipped with an JBL Premium Sound System features GreenEdge technology. technologies are engineered holistically to that the speakers, amplifier, and even component placement together as a cohesive and efficient combining low electricity consumption high sound quality.

At the of the system is a JBL GreenEdge amplifier, is 66% smaller and lighter than units. Because the amplifier’s Power Technology measures input in real time, the necessary electricity is provided to the circuit. This greatly heat loss, and effects a 50% in current drawn from the alternator.

High-efficiency JBL GreenEdge generate twice the sound levels of conventional speakers for the power consumption. They custom designed acoustic to spread a more powerful across an even wider range.

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