Toyota Hybrid Electric Cars & SUVs
Toyota Hybrid Electric Cars And SUVs
Since 1997 with the launch of the Prius, Toyota’s first electric vehicle, Toyota has been continuously innovating toward a more sustainable and environmentally-friendly future for all of us.
Today, Toyota Canada offers three different types of electrified vehicles: hybrid electric, plug-in hybrid electric, and hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicles. Over 15 million Toyota electrified vehicles have been sold worldwide.
HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE
Toyota Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) combine gas engines with electric motors to generate electricity as you drive. While your vehicle is in motion, Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive seamlessly, and automatically, chooses the optimal source and blend of motive power. And because the system recharges as you drive, you never need to plug-in the hybrid electric vehicle.
Saving fuel and delivering instant torque.
Decelerating and Braking
Excess energy is used to help recharge the battery.
Accelerating and Cruising
The regenerative braking system converts braking energy.
Resting and Reversing
When stopped, the gas engine shuts down to conserve fuel.
PLUG-IN HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLEE
Toyota plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs) operate much the same way as regular Toyota hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs). However, they can also be optionally plugged in - enabling you to extend your electric-only driving range. RAV4 Prime and Prius Prime are great examples of PHEV technology.
Reach a top speed of 135 km/h in EV Mode***
Travel up to 1,035 km** between fill-ups with a full tank and fully charged battery
Commute up to 40 km in EV Mode alone***
5 hr 30 minutes**** charge time with a standard 120v household outlet.
HYDROGEN FUEL CELL ELECTRIC VEHICLE
Introducing Mirai. Mirai is the first mass-production hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle. Powered by hydrogen, it enables you to enjoy silent, responsive, long-distance, zero CO2 emissions driving - while only emitting water from the tailpipe.
247 LB. FT. TORQUE
HYDROGEN FUELLING TIME*