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I believe Toyota will follow the market requests, it is preparing PHEV manufacturing in Europe, and maybe BEV also:
Toyota producirá coches...
I wish they could "hybridise" this tiny Aygo, so far Toyota did not mention that.
Toyota Debuts All-Electric SUV Concept - Toyota USA Newsroom
There we ago, finally a BEV Toyota for global launch.
We just have to wait one more...
Remember, air compression is a very inefficient way of storing energy.
And here it is:
Aygo X prologue - A new vision for the A-Segment
Absolutely diferent from what is about to be presented in Shanghai....
I've heard some people say it is not the same car.
Tomorroy we'll have more details of the EU presentation of the X-prologue.
It will be presented also in China, sorry for the incomplete info.
A major manufacturer pursueing a doomed solution?
Hard to believe, I wouldn't bet on that.
We can see clearly QS is currently comparing to others marketing/info leaks. The actual states of development are not known, for all companies...
This presentation is for european countries. So, for now, this x-prologue is EU only.
I'm sorry, no mention about the TGDI. Those links are for the Atkinsons 1.6 GDI we already know.
I've searched and couldn't find any source for this.
Can you share?
Those are numbers from june 2019, and probably because there was only one "mass produced" FCV by then, which is/was the Toyota Mirai.
But the plan...
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No, but the equations were picked by an EV supporter, it is a long time battle that consistently give good results when compared some aspects,...
"about the author": I am the editor of independent electric vehicle website WhichEV.
That's about it.
Couldn't find a reference to "our" 2ZR engines. Did I miss it?
Just checked Michelin site and the "Energy" models are not avaliable any more for this tyre size, now only Primacy4 and Alpin:...
The transaxle would benefit from changing transmission oil, IMHO.
If heated, of course they will release some H2 through those PRV (possibly with rupture disks). Common sense says it will feed the fire, but we...