2009 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid Concept


In Frankfurt, Toyota introduces a concept prefigures a rechargeable version of the new Prius 3.

Called Prius Plug-in Hybrid Concept, the prototype adopts lithium ion batteries when the production model uses NiMH batteries to Nickel. 

According to Toyota, this study has a range of 20 km all-electric mode and claims of C0 2 contained 60 g per km.

However, do not rejoice too soon. While the Prius is selling like 3 rolls (see our article), the plug-in version after this concept will not be marketed on a large scale.

The world's leading states, in fact, just a fleet of 500 vehicles will be tested in several countries from Japan to the United States through Great Britain, France and Germany. 


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