Toyota renews its lineup with the new 302-horsepower RAV4 Prime
• Most powerful and fastest RAV4 ever • Most fuel efficient RAV4 • Designed 0-60 MPH in 5.8 seconds and rated 90 MPGe • Available in SE and XSE models grades • Available color screen display, first RAV4 • Premium Design Features • New for model year 2021 and available in summer 2020
LOS ANGELES (November 20, 2019) – The fifth-generation Toyota RAV4, barely a year on the market, goes to more places than it has gone so far. The arrival of the first RAV4 TRD Off-Road model was announced earlier this year, and today, at the Los Angeles Motor Show, Toyota debuts a new premium, fun-powered RAV4 Performance Model with an estimated 302 horsepower, all-wheel drive, sport-tuned performance. suspension and exclusive design features. It just happens to be the first RAV4 hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV). And so despite being able to do 0-60 km / h in 5.8 seconds, which is the second fastest acceleration time in Toyota's lineup, it can drive about 29 miles on a single-charge battery, which is the highest. EV range from any PHEV SUV on the market. The RAV4 Prime also has 90 MPGe-rated MPGs from the manufacturer. Welcome to a new chapter of Toyota SUV performance.
The Toyota RAV4 Prime, a 2021 model that arrives in the summer of 2020, breaks down as the most powerful and fastest RAV4 ever and is at the same time the most fuel efficient. The 2021 RAV4 Prime will be available in SE and XSE grades, emphasizing on-road athletic performance and supreme comfort and style. With its advanced hybrid technology advancing, Toyota sees such vehicles as key to an overall electrification strategy that will include standard hybrids and battery-powered vehicles (BEVs), along with FCEVs as a second-generation Mirai in October. .
Think Faster Toyota RAV4 Prime builds on the RAV4 Hybrid, which is currently the most powerful and efficient fuel-cell model at 72% over last year and is currently the best-selling hybrid vehicle on the market. The RAV4 Prime enhances performance and efficiency, reflecting the advantages of a 20+ year Toyota hybrid vehicle. With more powerful engine generators, a newly developed high-capacity lithium-ion battery and converter amplifier, the 2021 RAV4 Prime delivers 83 horsepower (hp) in the overall production system over the RAV4 Hybrid and has the most horsepower in its segment.
Performance boost is impressive: Toyota projects 0-60 km / h in 5.8 seconds faster than the RAV4 Hybrid (7.8 sec) and in a luxury / performance SUV coming nowhere in Toyota's extraordinary fuel economy. And, in particular, the RAV4 Prime uses regular-level gasoline – just not much of it. The comparison to the older RAV4 offers a vivid illustration of the march of technology. The 2006V RAV4 offers an optional 269-hp, 3.5-liter petrol V6 engine that reaches 0-60 km / h in 6.3 seconds, which is half a second slower than the RAV4 Prime. And, the 21st combined fuel economy rating of this MPG model is simply noticeable in comparison.
Sporty and Sportier Toyota engineered the 2021 RAV4 Prime for a performance-oriented driver and therefore offer it in the SE and XSE sports departments. SE grade is new to RAV4 Prime, and XSE is currently exclusive to RAV4 Hybrid. SEE activates its sporting attitude with the 18th. colored and machined aluminum wheels and exclusive front grille and lower spoiler design. Black-and-white accents and a colored grille / diffuser complete the premium look. The SE equipment is quite comprehensive, with standard heated front seats, an 8-way driver's seat with lumbar adjustment, 7-in. Multi-information display, Blind Spot Monitor, leather steering wheel and red-shift gear button, power lift and 8-way audio. touch screen and Amazon Alexa, as well as compatibility with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay.
The available Weather & Moonroof package allows the sun, moon and waves to keep the bay cool with a heated steering wheel, heated rear exterior seats and windscreen wipers, while windshield wipers feel more rain.
As with the current RAV4 Hybrid XSE, the Prime version of this unit stands out with a two-tone exterior color scheme to match the black roof with selected colors, including the striking supersonic red new-RAV4. Exclusive 19th. Alloy wheels, the largest ever offered on a hybrid RAV4, have a unique two-ton design. Vertical LED headlights give the XSE a distinctive look, while the optional Auto Lighting Adjustment (AFS) system with auto headlight alignment partially directs the beams to rotate as drivers.
Inside, the XSE enhances sport, luxury and technology with the first RAV4 paddle shifters, along with the moon, SofTex-based synthetic leather surfaces, cordless smartphone charging, ambient lighting, auto-retractable glare and retrograde auto dimming multimedia display in any RAV4 ever. The standard Audio Plus system comes with a 9-inch display. touch screen and has Premium Audio available which includes a dynamic navigation system and JBL speakers. The available premium package pushes the RAV4 Prime XSE in addition to Premium Audio with Dynamic Navigation and JBL speakers, perforated and ventilated SofTex front seats, RAV4 head first screen, heated SofTex rear exterior seat, heated steering wheel, panoramic moonroof , memory driver's seat, 4-way passenger power seat, 5-door SmartKey system, rear-view impact lift, bird watch monitor, and yes, more.
How does he do it? Toyota's hybrids have been demonstrating high performance with low fuel consumption for years, and now the 2021 RAV4 Prime is one of the strongest cases yet. The RAV4 Prime uses a differently tuned version of the 2.5-liter four-cylinder four-cylinder four-cylinder four-cylinder Atkinson gas engine. Produces the same designed 176 hp as the hybrid, but connected to electric motors, the total output system is 302 horsepower. The passenger compartment of the RAV4 Prime is not compromised with the larger lithium-ion battery, as it is mounted under the floor. The mounting position also gives the RAV4 Prime a low center of gravity and improved driving stability. The improved HVAC Heat Pump System with RAV4 Prime, based on Prius Prime and tailored to suit RAV4 Prime, contributes to an increased EV range, as the power consumption for cabin temperature control can significantly reduce the driving range with EV.
Electrified traction The RAV4 Prime uses the same version of all-on-demand (AWD) powertrain as the RAV4 hybrid. In both models, a separate rear-mounted electric motor powers the rear wheels when needed, including proactively at startup acceleration and in reduced traction conditions. The AWD system also reduces lower amount during bending for improved steering stability.
Off-pavement, AWD improves climbing performance. Driver mode that can be selected by the driver allows the brake of the spinning wheel to be removed and to send torque to the grounding wheel. With the available paddle shifters, the driver can be "lowered" to increase regenerative braking in steps, allowing greater control when driving in hilly areas, for example.
As for the RAV4 hybrid, the innovative "Predictive Efficient Drive" feature acts as an invisible "hyper-Miller" co-driver. Using the available navigation system, Predictive Efficiency Drive essentially reads the road and teaches driver models to optimize hybrid battery charging and discharge operations based on driving conditions. The system accumulates data as the vehicle is steered and "remembers" road features such as hills and stops and adjusts the performance of the hybrid drive to increase efficiency.
All Toyota RAV4 models are fitted with standard Toyota Safety Sense (TSS 2.0), which groups a long list of active safety technologies and features: • Pedestrian Detection Pre-Collision System (PCS w / PD) • Dynamic Radar with Full Speed Cruise Control (DRCC) • Driver's Lane Departure Alert (LDA w / SA) • High Beam Automatic (AHB) • Lane Tracking Assist (LTA) • Roadside Assistant (RSA)
The XSE Premium package adds rear-view traffic braking (RCTB) and front and rear parking brake assist (PA / AB). Starting with the 2020 model, each warranty on Toyota's hybrid battery has been increased from 8 years or 100,000 miles to 10 years from the initial date of first use, or 150,000 miles, whichever comes first.