viernes, 29 de abril de 2011


Hey! Les invito a ver el nuevo Toyotoa Prius Hybrid Plug-in, toda una joya de la ingenieria amigable del medio ambiente. Pueden visitar directamente la direccion en ingles o pasa a la version en español


Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid

the prius everyone's
been waiting for

Sign up today to get first dibs.

Spin the Prius using the left and right arrows to learn more.

Prototype shown with options. Production model will vary.

Registrants can reserve the Plug-in prior to the general public while quantities last.

Frequently Asked Questions

Will I be registering for the Prius Plug-in shown on this site?
No, the vehicle you see on this site was used as a demo model to test the in-use performance of lithium-ion battery technology and gather initial user feedback. Please stay tuned for details on the upcoming 2012 production model.
How does the Prius Plug-in work?
The Prius Plug-in requires no special charging station. To charge the vehicle, simply plug it into any standard 120V. If its charge depletes while you're driving, the vehicle switches over to full-hybrid mode, operating just like a regular Prius, still giving you outstanding mpg.
What are the benefits of the Prius Plug-in?
With the Plug-in's extended EV mode, [1][2] you'll be able to make many of your daily local trips without using a single drop of gas.[3] And because it's backed by Hybrid Synergy Drive®, you could get up to 475 miles on a single tank, depending on driving conditions. [3] You also get the convenience of Plug-in charging and rapid recharge times: 3 hours with a standard 120V household outlet or 1.5 hours with a 240V outlet.
Where can I find out more about the Plug-in?
Stay tuned! We can't release details about the production model just yet, but you can check out what the first test drivers of the demo model are saying here. You can also read and learn more at:
How will plugging in the vehicle at home affect my electric bill?
The Prius Plug-in draws approximately one kilowatt and takes approximately three hours to charge. But since electricity rates vary greatly depending on where you live and the utility company you use, we can't determine exactly how much it will cost you to plug in the vehicle. Your bill will also be affected by how often you charge the Prius Plug-in.

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First Impressions

Danny Cooper of tells us why he's excited about the new Prius Plug-in.

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