Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid
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Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid

The Toyota Prius hybrid was initially introduced in Japan in 1997. First launched in the United States in 2001, with barely 15,000 units sold in the first year. By 2011, U.S. sales had surpassed 1 million, and global sales have surpassed 3.5 million. A gasoline engine and an electric motor with a battery pack are used in the Prius. The hybrid system saves gasoline by using the electric motor at low speeds and turning on the gas engine only when necessary. The batteries of the Prius are replenished by braking energy and the gasoline engine. Prius moniker transferred to numerous hybrid products, including Prius c, v, and Prime, and is known for its unique appearance.

Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid Latest Generation

The Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid combines the benefits of prolonged EV driving with the advantages of modern hybrid technology. Enjoy a unforgettable driving adventure. Because majority of daily travels are shorter than 45km, you can easily complete most of them in an electric vehicle. The more you charge your vehicle, the more money you’ll save on gas.

Prius Plug-in Hybrid Fifth Generation

Why Should I Choose Prius Plug-in Hybrid

On everyday trips, choose electric for no fuel or emissions, and rely on efficient hybrid technology for longer excursions. Everything you love about Prius, with more electric drive power, a longer electric range, lower CO emissions and lower fuel consumption. With the 8.8 kW battery, you can now drive on electric alone for nearly 50km*. CO2 emissions are at an all-time low of 22 g/km, while fuel consumption is at 1.0 liter per 100 km. The Prius Plug-in Hybrid equipped with slew of cutting-edge features, including solar roof charging and Adaptive Automatic High Beam.

Prius Rechargeable Hybrid

With charging cords for both a residential plug socket and a home wall box or public charge point, the new plug-in system is meant to make your life easier. With an increasing number of public charging stations, you’ll be able to recharge wherever you are at home, work or on street.

Toyota Prius PHV
Prius Plug-in Hybrid can fully charged in 2 hours*. Enjoy instant acceleration and a smooth rewarding drive. Plug-in regularly and enjoy greater fuel savings by extending your electric drive. On a full charge travel over 50 km on electric alone. (Range can be optimize up to 63 km depending on the driving condition). Run on pure electric or switch to hybrid and enjoy freedom of the total driving range of over 1300 km*.

Solar Roof For Recharging In Prius Plug-in Hybrid

It’s yet another pioneering step in the right direction towards zero emission. During parking time, the solar roof assists in charging the high-capacity driving battery by momentarily charging the solar battery. And then transmitting the collected electricity to the driving battery. Solar roof enhances charging efficiency and can provide you with enough energy to power you for about 1000km per year*.
Solar charging technology also supplies extra power to gadgets like satellite navigation, lighting, and automated windows when travelling in the sun.

Toyota Prius Solar Roof

Regenerative Braking System and Large 8.8 KW Battery

Small charges are returned to the EV battery every time you brake on Prius Plug-in Hybrid. This means you’ll use less energy and be able to travel longer on each trip. Remember that the more you keep the battery charged, the more gasoline you’ll save by driving in electric mode for longer distances.

Prius Plug-in Hybrid Recharging

Greater Power And Optimize Performance

Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid PHV Performance

Glide through the streets with a new sensation of liberation and power, and accelerate with purpose. Thanks to Toyota’s new high stiffness foundation. The energetic and extremely responsive powertrain is backed up by precise handling and comforting stability.
Toyota’s first twin motor drive technology provides rapid and forceful acceleration in EV mode. The electric vehicle’s power output is a whopping 68 kW. Choose electric or hybrid to fit your travel – whether you’re in the city or on the wide road – to maximize your efficiency and performance. Where it is legal, you may travel up to 135 km/h in pure electric mode. Prius 1.8L Plug-in Hybrid e-CVT Power 122 hp, Fuel Consumption* 1.0L/100 km, CO2 Emissions* 22 g/km, Acceleration 11.1 seconds 0-100 km/h.

Fifth Generation Toyota Prius 2022

The five-seat Toyota Prius is the hybrid of choice for those looking for a roomy interior, a long list of standard safety features, and outstanding gas mileage. The hatchback’s gas-electric motor produces 121 horsepower and gets up to 23.8 km/l combined, according to the EPA. There are few better ways to save money on gas than to buy an electric car or the Prius Prime plug-in hybrid. All-wheel drive is optional. Front-wheel drive is normal.

Toyota Prius Hybrid 2022

What’s New on the 2022 Toyota Prius?

The Toyota Prius is a five-passenger hybrid four-door hatchback that will be released in 2022. L Eco, LE, XLE, Nightshade Edition, and Limited are the five trim options offered for the front-wheel-drive vehicle. The Prius AWD-e, which includes all-wheel drive, is only available in the LE and XLE grades, as well as the Nightshade Edition. A 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine with a hybrid powertrain (121 total system horsepower) and a continuously variable automatic gearbox powers all Prius variants.

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2022 Toyota Prius Fuel Economy

The 2022 Toyota Prius leads its segment in terms of fuel economy. The hybrid gets 23 km/l in the city and 23 km/l on the interstate. While the 2022 Toyota Prius has impressive performance capabilities, it also has a slew of modern interior amenities. The hybrid ensures you enjoy your ride to the utmost with features like Heated Front Bucket Seats, Remote Keyless Entry, and Fade-to-Off Interior Lighting.

Safety and Driver-Assistance Features

Toyota Safety Sense is a set of active safety technologies that come standard on many new Toyota automobiles. These cutting-edge features were created to keep you and your passengers safe.
Driver-assistance technology is standard on the Prius, although many competitors only offer it as an option package or on higher trim levels. Visit the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) websites for further information on its crash-test results.

Key safety features include:

  • Pedestrian recognition and standard automated emergency braking
  • Lane-departure warning and lane-keeping assist are standard.
  • Standard adaptive cruise control

Toyota Prius Safety Features

Intelligent Clearance Sonar With Intelligent Parking Assist

The available Intelligent Clearance Sonar (ICS) scans for fixed obstacles such as walls or posts that are in close vicinity while you park. An audio and visual alarm will sound if Prius Prime predicts a collision. The engine or motor output will then slow down. And if necessary, brakes will be engaged to assist in bringing Prius Prime to a stop. Intelligent Parking Assist (IPA) is a feature that assists you in navigating and overcoming tough parking situations. Prius Prime will lead you into an available parking place by controlling the steering wheel as you operate the accelerator and braking pedals.

Monitor Blind Spot

The optional Blind Area Monitor (BSM) illuminates the indication in the sideview mirror when a vehicle in the adjacent lane enters. The light will flash to catch your attention if you continue to signal a lane change to that lane.

Rear Cross-Traffic Alert

Rear Cross-Traffic Alert (RCTA) is a feature offer on the Prius Prime that employs sensors to detect cars coming from either side. If the system detects cross traffic, it will flash the side mirror indicators and play a warning tone to alert you.

Fourth Generation Toyota Prius

When someone mentions a hybrid car, everyone immediately thinks of the Prius, the car that kicked off the hybrid craze. In 2016, it upgraded to the fourth generation. From the second to the third generation Prius, there were no substantial design modifications. The fourth-generation Prius, on the other hand, retained the “triangle silhouette” design but had a more aggressive look and a lower center of gravity. The new model had a 40.8 km/L fuel efficiency, as well as remarkable performance in a dynamic redesign.

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Engine Noise Cancelling Device

Engine vibration and noise have been reduced, and high-performance sound-proofing and absorbent materials have been employed to minimize engine sounds from entering the cabin. Furthermore, porous sound-proofing materials for the wall between the engine compartment and the driver’s seat newly utilized to suppress sound with the same frequency range as the engine noise.

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Friendly Environment Performance (fuel economy)

Improved combustion efficiency achieved by increasing the cooled exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) input. And improving the tumble ratio by modifying the air intake port. The all-new Prius has made great strides in terms of fuel economy, with a maximum thermal efficiency of 40%, the highest for a gasoline engine in the world.

 Redesigned Hybrid System of Toyota Prius

The fourth-generation Prius focused on making the hybrid powertrain compact and lightweight, as well as lowering transmission loss. To improve fuel economy and achieve excellent space utilization, a high-revolution motor with higher output density achieved by new winding method. A transaxle with multi-shaft positioning of the motors. The power control unit positioned directly above the transaxle, and all other technologies have been assembled.

Third Generation Prius 2009 – 2015

In May 2009, the third-generation Prius unveiled, keeping the iconic triangular form of its predecessor. Despite having somewhat bigger body dimensions, the drag coefficient increased to 0.25. The combination of a bigger engine (1.8-liter, 2ZR-FXE) and an updated 3JM motor, in addition to the new THS II hybrid system with a reduction gear, increased fuel economy at high speeds.
Internal friction minimized with Toyota’s first electric-powered water pump and the exhaust-gas recirculation (EGR) system, resulting in a fuel economy of 38.0 km/l (under the 10-15 mode test cycle). The hybrid battery built using improved nickel-metal hydride cells. Solar-ventilation system also made available as an option to ventilate car when parked, powered by solar cells put on roof.

The 1.8-liter Atkinson-type gasoline engine designed to keep the batteries charged whenever they  needed. The car’s fuel economy improved once the 1.5-liter engine replaced with a 1.8-liter.

Toyota Prius ZVW30 Third Generation

Second Generation Prius 2003 – 2009

Previous model’s Toyota Hybrid System (THS) updated to THS II, while the engine (1NZ-FXE) had its revolution speed raised. The motor (3CM) had its power increased by 50% to 50 kW. The fuel economy improved to 35.5 km/l (in the 10-15 mode test cycle), which was among the world’s finest. The Prius also featured a number of first-of-their-kind features, such as the Intelligent Parking Assist system, which semi-automated curbside parking. The Steering-assisted Vehicle Stability Control system (S-VSC), which unified the control of anti-skid and power steering systems. An electric inverter-controlled automatic air conditioner that remained operational even when the engine stopped in idling reduction mode.

POWER 57.4 KW @ 5000 RPM 78 HP @ 5000 RPM 77 BHP @ 5000 RPM
TORQUE 85 lb-ft @ 4000 RPM 115 Nm @ 4000 RPM

Toyota Prius Hybrid Second Generation

First Generation Prius 1997 – 2003

In October 1997, the first-generation Prius introduced as the world’s first mass-produced hybrid passenger vehicle. The first-generation Prius was a stockier sedan than the current design, with a body small enough to be register with a 5-series number plate. The first-generation Prius had a fuel efficiency rating of 28.0 km/L in the Japanese 10-15 test cycle when it introduced, and marketed with the slogan “Just in time for the twenty-first century.”
The Prius introduced with a specifically engineered VVT-i 1.5-liter gasoline engine and an electric motor. This hybrid system may balance the power of these units to fit the driving circumstances to the best of its ability. The power split device, which used a planetary gear set, functioned as a continuously variable gearbox while simultaneously distributing engine power effectively to the drivetrain and generator.

Toyota Prius First Generation

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