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Toyota Hybrid-R
Toyota Hybrid-R

In the Toyota company declare that the forthcoming Frankfurt auto show becomes a platform for demonstration of hybrid cars and technologies which in the future will help to reduce CO2 blowout to a zero mark. The ambitious concept of Toyota Yaris Hybrid-R becomes the main premiere of a brand.

Created on a platform of a usual 3-door hatchback of Yaris, the Toyota Hybrid-R concept car is equipped with the Global Race Engine (GRE) engine of 1,6 liters designed by the Toyota Motor Sports company that is located in Germany. This engine works together with two high-performance electric motors and intellectual system of an all wheel drive. Concept capacity – 400 h.p. As well as in the racing TS030 Hybrid model, when braking the electric motor will transform kinetic energy in electric and sends it to the high-capacity battery. This technology well proved on sports cars thanks to the high speed of charging and high specific power of the battery.

 

As report in the company, at present \"Toyota\" takes leading positions in design and production of hybrid systems. Once everything began with Prius, and now its model range totals 23 hybrid cars. By the end of 2015 in a product line of the Toyota company will appear 16 more new and updated hybrid cars. In Frankfurt Japanese once again will show the practices in this area, but it not all. At the Toyota stand on a showroom the last achievements of the company in the field of hybrid cars with engines on fuel elements will be shown. The car working at hydrogen fuel, - the ideal decision from the point of view of environmental friendliness and rational use of energy, – declare in the company. The mass production of the hybrid car with the engine on fuel elements is planned for 2015.

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