Toyota is the first car company and the first Japanese company to sign a Global Corporate Partnership agreement with WWF. The agreement went into effect on July 1, 2016.
If you're interested in efficiency, you probably drive a hybrid. Hybrids like the Prius are great on gas, but if you want to take your fuel efficiency to the next level, adjusting the way you drive can be a big help. Check out the video below to see what we mean.
An alternatively fueled vehicle doesn't have to be something of intimidation, at least not anymore with Toyota's latest model, the 2016 Mirai. The Mirai is a zero-emissions, first of its kind hydrogen powered vehicle that's going to take the alternative fuel world (and your driving experience) by storm.
The Mirai will soon arrive here in Ontario, and
The highly anticipated New York International Auto Show is currently underway in Manhattan. As such, automakers in various verticals--from luxury to sustainable mobility--are making some significant debuts. Toyota, for example, unveiled the all-new 2017 Prius Prime--a plug-in hybrid that promises to be even more economical than the standard model.
Can your car battery power your house?
If it's a hybrid car, maybe it can.
Hybrid batteries have a much higher demand on them than regular car batteries. Your typical gasoline vehicle's battery is only responsible for a few things; start-up, and stabilizing voltage.
A hybrid battery, on the other hand, must be strong enough to power a motor, and actually move the car forward.
It's no wonder then, that after a battery's power has faded to the point that it can't adequately power a motor, it still has plenty of life left in it…