10 thoughts on “TOYOTA Plug-in Hybrid System | Energy Management”

  1. They mention a generator powering while acceleration. How is that possible without engine running. Where does the power comes from for the mentioned generator.

  2. Why are you not attaching "electricity generator" to drive shaft?
    When car starts to move it will produce some electricity and helps to battery to reduce the discharging of battery.

  3. λ„μš”νƒ€ μ™œ λ°œμ „κΈ° 1κΈ° 인가?! 이해 ν• μˆ˜ μ—†λ‹€.

    λ°œμ „κΈ° 10μ‹œκ°„μ— 5μ‹œκ°„ 3μ‹œκ°„ 1μ‹œκ°„ μ „λ ₯생성 사이클 100.50ν”„λ‘œ 달락 λͺ¨ν„°μŠ€ 100.20 달락
    λ°œμ „κΈ° μ „μžν™œμ„± λ°œμ „κΈ° 5μ‹œκ°„μ— 3μ‹œκ°„ μ „λ ₯생성 사이클 100.30ν”„λ‘œ 달락 λ°œμ „κΈ° 2κΈ° μ„€μΉ˜ ꡐ체운영 μ‹œμŠ€ν…œ 판맀 λ°”λžλ‹ˆλ‹€.

  4. In NZ with gas at $1.80 per litre and power at approx $0.35 per kW hr and assuming an electric vehicle running 5 kms per kW hr – at 3.4 litres per 100 kms running costs below par compared ev.( not including serving costs).

  5. Toyota leads the world with outstanding cars creating great technologies. I hope this Plug-in Prius will have more HP than today (IIIrd Gen) By the way thank you Toyota for my Prius (above 150 000 miles and no malfunction) It was very good purchase.

  6. Interesting! So now the battery pack has enough power to feed both MG2 and MG1 being both used as a motor!

    What is the new battery peak power then?

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