19th ITS World Congress Vienna 2012
PRIUS Plug-in Hybrid
Next-generation eco-car equipped with unsurpassable functionality and convenience
A Plug-in Hybrid makes possible reliable, environmentally-friendly long-distance driving without requiring any special infrastructure.
Background of Plug-in Hybrid development
The position of Plug-in Hybrid vehicles
The best choice for a next-generation eco-car.
An EV is best suited for driving over short distances, such as city driving, while a fuel cell vehicle is suited for driving long distances on predetermined routes. Hybrids and Plug-in Hybrids cover the applications of both these kinds of vehicles, and Toyota considers them to be the best choice for an eco-car that is perfectly suitable for a broad range of users.
Plug-in Hybrid – Proven in tests around the world
Before market introduction verification tests involving more than 600 Plug-in Hybrids were conducted worldwide over approximately 5 years beginning in 2007. In Strasbourg, France, verification tests involving 70 vehicles and participation of ordinary consumers were conducted. The result showed massive fuel savings.
- Atoyota global vision
- BThe Future of Mobility
- CUrban Transportation System
- DTraffic Data Management System and One Mile Mobility System
・Harmonious Mobility Network Ha:mo
- ENext-generation Vehicle-Infrastructure Cooperative Service
- FVehicle-Infrastructure Cooperative Service in practical use
- GOur Ultimate Goal : “Zero Casualties from Traffic Accident”
・Integrated Three Part Initiative
・Pursuit of Real-world Safety
- HOur Ultimate Goal : “Zero Casualties
from Traffic Accident”
・Integrated Safety Management Concept
・Toyota Research Activities on Safety in Europe
- IToyota City Low-carbon Society Verification Project
- JA Sustainable Energy Society Made Possible by Smart Communities
- KEnergy Data Management System
- LOur approach to verification of V2H (Vehicle to Home)
- MPRIUS Plug-in Hybrid