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The RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid, Toyota’s new hybrid flagship

 
  • The new RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid leads the RAV4 range and becomes the new flagship of Toyota’s hybrid vehicle line-up
  • Best-of-both worlds performance and technology
    • 306 DIN hp/225 kW*, 0-100 km/h in 6.2 seconds*
    • CO2 emissions below 29 g/km*
    • Best-in-class EV pure electric driving range of more than 65 km*
  • Sales to commence during second half of 2020

Since its launch as the world’s original recreational/lifestyle SUV in 1994, the RAV4 has consistently evolved to meet the changing needs and preferences of customers, with quality, style, performance and versatility that have secured its position as one of the world’s best-selling vehicles. Building on RAV4’s success as a pioneer of hybrid power among SUVs, Toyota is now ready to extend the benefits of the technology with the introduction of the new RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid, a new flagship vehicle for its hybrid line-up that promises to be not only more powerful but also more emissions and fuel-efficient than any other in its class.

This first plug-in hybrid-electric version of the RAV4 draws on more than 20 years of Toyota leadership in hybrid powertrain technology. It will sit at the pinnacle of the fifth generation RAV4 range, a model that has reaffirmed its historic status as one of Europe’s most popular SUVs with more than 130,000 customer orders since its launch early in 2019, including more than 115,000 hybrids (Western Europe).

The RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid will offer customers a best-of-both-worlds solution. It features Toyota’s latest hybrid-electric vehicle technology, with higher power and better driving dynamics, and also has a genuine pure electric EV driving capability, free from concerns about driving range or the need to stop to recharge the battery.

 

Performance and efficiency

With the experience of developing two generations of its Prius Plug-in Hybrid model, Toyota is well-equipped to produce an effective new powertrain for the RAV4. With full system output of 306 DIN hp/225 kW*, it has the potential to deliver acceleration from rest to 100 km/h in just 6.2 seconds*, outperforming any of its conventionally powered rivals. Moreover, it is also on course to deliver best-in-class CO2 emissions and fuel economy: Toyota’s pre-homologation, WLTP-standard data indicates CO2output of less than 29 g/km*. These levels are unmatched by any current D-segment plug-in hybrid AWD SUV.

The new RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid is constructed on Toyota’s GA-K platform, with added dynamic benefits achieved by locating the hybrid battery beneath the floor. It is also equipped as standard with the Toyota’s AWD-i intelligent electric all-wheel drive system.

Toyota has harnessed the boost in performance electric power can deliver to achieve a significant increase in output compared to the standard RAV4 Hybrid. It has developed a new, high-capacity lithium-ion battery and added an enhanced boost converter to the hybrid system’s power control unit. The 2.5-litre Hybrid Dynamic Force petrol engine is based on the unit featured in the regular RAV4 Hybrid, with improvements to meet the performance requirements of the plug-in hybrid system.

The result is not just rapid off-the-line acceleration: the RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid has a greater driving range in electric EV mode, with zero petrol consumption and exhaust emissions.

With four driving modes available, the driver can switch seamlessly from hybrid to pure EV driving. This new EV mode enables the RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid to cover more than 65 km* on electric power alone (battery charge and driving conditions permitting), further than any competitor plug-in hybrid SUV and beyond the 50 km average European daily commuting distance. Moreover, speeds up to 135 km/h can be reached without any intervention of the internal combustion engine, even under full acceleration.

Intelligent hybrid battery packaging

The compact dimensions of the lithium-ion battery allow it to be contained entirely beneath the vehicle floor. With minimal intrusion in the load space, cargo capacity is a generous 520 litres. The battery’s location low in the vehicle also helps give the RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid a low centre of gravity, enhancing handling stability and ride comfort.

 

High-efficiency heat pump air conditioning

In its scrutiny of every detail that can contribute to the overall efficient performance of the RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid, Toyota adopted the heat pump air conditioning system it introduced as a world-first in the current, second generation Prius Plug-in Hybrid, adapting it specifically for use in the new SUV with a hot water circuit – the same as that used in the RAV4 Hybrid. In addition, the battery is cooled by the refrigerant of the air conditioning system.

This system is far more efficient than engine heating or high-powered electric heaters, absorbing heat from the air outside the vehicle to warm the cabin.

 

Refined Sport design

Styling details for the exterior and the cabin demonstrate a more Refined Sport look for the mid-size SUV. At the front there is a dark plating for the dedicated grille mesh and frame and headlight extensions, together with a new metallic finish on the lower bumper moulding that emphasises the width and strength of the vehicle’s stance. New 18 and 19-inch wheel designs combine contrasting bright machined and grey or black finishes, while at the rear there is a metal-like finish for the garnish beneath the screen and black plating for the under-run.

In the cabin the focus is on new upholstery designs with a sporty feel, with ribbed patterns with contrast red detailing. Quilted black leather seats will also be available with a striking red ribbon detail. The centre console features a nine-inch multimedia touchscreen display – the largest in any RAV4 model – for clear and easy control of the car’s entertainment, information and connectivity functions.

 

Premium equipment specifications

Equipment specifications reflect the RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid’s flagship status. According to grade, features and options will include 19-inch alloy wheels, heated front and rear seats, a 230 V power outlet in the cabin, a bi-tone exterior paint finish, power tailgate with hands-free kick sensor, panoramic roof, head-up display, nine-inch display audio system and the latest Toyota multimedia package with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration.

 

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65 km* on electric power alone

 

Non è male, poi però nella realtà quanto sarà?

 

E soprattutto un SUV da 306 Cv quanto lo faranno pagare?

 

Ma comunque anche Toyota ormai è costretta a passare al PHEV perché HEV da solo non basta ad abbassare la CO2 nel ciclo di omologazione.

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3 minuti fa, xtom scrive:

Ma comunque anche Toyota ormai è costretta a passare al PHEV perché HEV da solo non basta ad abbassare la CO2 nel ciclo di omologazione.

 

Soprattutto sui mezzi così grossi. 

 

Se non altro, almeno questa PHEV si basa su una vera architettura ibrida, quindi dovrebbe tutto sommato compensare decentemente il consumo dovuto alla massa, quando funzionerà da ibrida.

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... non è solo questione di abbassare la Co2... altrimenti userebbero un filtro come sul 2000cc. Penso che vogliano sfruttare quello che il mercato ci accingerà a comperare e, avendo loro oltre 20 anni di esperienza sull'ibrido, il plug in, per chi è disposto a spendere determinate cifre e fa un uso prettamente cittadino, potrebbe essere una buona soluzione. 

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1 ora fa, davos scrive:

ma quanto è grande la batteria? 


Ho trovato questo

 

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The 2021 RAV4 Prime is expected at dealers in the summer of 2020. Toyota has not yet announced pricing, but we can already tell you that the 17.8 kWh battery will give you the full $8,000 EV rebate in Quebec. If the price starts under the $45,000 mark, you can add the $5,000 from the federal government’s incentives program. 

 

Con quella capacità i 65 Km di autonomia dichiarati in elettrico sono alla portata.

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22 minuti fa, xtom scrive:


Ho trovato questo

 

 

Con quella capacità i 65 Km di autonomia dichiarati in elettrico sono alla portata.

Si enorme. 

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3 ore fa, flower scrive:

... non è solo questione di abbassare la Co2... altrimenti userebbero un filtro come sul 2000cc.  

 

Il filtro non fa nulla contro la CO2, anzi la aumenta, a dirla tutta ;-) 

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17.8 kWh per 65km? Mi sembra una follia. Anche con la prudenza Toyota, che difficilmente usa più dello 80% delle batterie, si tratterebbe di consumi medi di 23kWh/100km.

Per una metrica: la Prius Prime con 8.8kWh ha una autonomia media di 50km. 14kWh/100km. Il RAV4 Prime in EV consumerebbe il 65% in più.

Che senso hanno questi mezzi?

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5 minuti fa, Laevus scrive:

17.8 kWh per 65km? Mi sembra una follia. Anche con la prudenza Toyota, che difficilmente usa più dello 80% delle batterie, si tratterebbe di consumi medi di 23kWh/100km.

Per una metrica: la Prius Prime con 8.8kWh ha una autonomia media di 50km. 14kWh/100km. Il RAV4 Prime in EV consumerebbe il 65% in più.

Che senso hanno questi mezzi?

 

Prius è stata studiata con l'aerodinamica come obiettivo massimo (a costo del mazinga style) e questa è un cancello. Senza parlare di massa e cilindrata ben superiori. Non mi sembra un delta così improbabile.

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