Toyota's Electrified Line Up
Why Toyota Hybrid
Toyota Hybrids don't compromise on power or performance. They recharge on the go, so they never need to be plugged in. They require no additional routine maintenance, and they improve your fuelling habits. Toyota Hybrids help you to reduce your carbon footprint with every kilometre. Since 1997, Toyota's Hybrid lineup has prevents more than 94 million tons of CO2 emissions globally.
There's a Toyota Hybrid model available to match your lifestyle. So why not choose one today?
Toyota Hybrids are designed to offer, similar, if not greater, levels of performance to their conventional gas counterpart.
Drive Like You Always Have
Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive works seamlessly in the background, so you don't have to change a thing about how you drive or where you take you vehicle.
No Need to Plug-In
Toyota's Hybrid Synergy Drive System charges the battery through regenerative braking and through its internal combustion engine. Neither system require the vehicle to be plugged in to charge.
Hybrid was just the beginning...
HEVs seamlessly combine the power of a gas engine with electric motors. And because the hybrid battery recharges on the go, you never need to plug in.
BEVs are zero-emission vehicles that are powered by electricity alone. BEVs require plugging-in, while also utilizing regenerative braking to recharge the onboard battery as you drive.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric
FCEVs use hydrogen as an energy source to power high-output electric motors, emitting water as the only by-product from the tailpipe.
Plug-In Hybrid Electric
PHEVs operate in the same way as HEVs, but can optionally be plugged in for extended electric-only range.
Hybrid Electric Vehicles
Freedom to Move
Hybrid electric vehicles allow you to maintain your current driving habits while reducing fuel costs and lower emissions.
The hybrid battery recharges as you go so you can go where ever you want, whenever you want to.
Since 1997, electrified Toyota vehicles have prevented 94 million tons of CO2 emissions globally.
Fuel Costs & Emissions
Spend time in zero-fuel, zero-emissions driving, depending on your driving habits and conditions.
Hybrid electric powertrains switch automatically, so you don't have to change any setting while driving.
Hybrid electric and gas models follow the same maintenance schedule, so you won't have any additional costs.
Battery Electric Vehicles
Power Exercised Wisely
In place of an internal combustion engine, BEVs are powered by a large battery pack and high-output electric motors. Because it runs on electricity alone, BEVs emit no exhaust from the tailpipe.
Fully-electric vehicles allow you to reduce your CO2 emissions and lessen the amount of greenhouse gasses omitted.
Toyota's bZ4X has an estimated range of up to 406km (for FWD models) on a full charge. There are more than 5,000 public charging stations in Canada, so it's simple to recharge during your travels.
At this point, charging your vehicle with electricity is more cost effective than regular gas. Savings can be even higher if you recharge during off-peak hours.
Battery Electric Toyota's no longer have engines or transmissions and therefore have less maintenance and repair costs.
The federal government's iZEV program offers an incentive of up to $5,000 for the purchase of a zero emissions vehicle. Visit Transport Canada to learn more.
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles
Simple. Safe. Revolutionary.
Toyota's revolutionary fuel cell stack creates the electricity that drives the vehicle through a chemical reaction between hydrogen that is stored on board, and oxygen from the atmosphere.
When hydrogen is made using renewable energy, it is completely carbon-free. When a car uses hydrogen as its power source, the only tailpipe emission is water vapour.
Refuelling a hydrogen-powered car is as simple as filling a gas-powered vehicle. Eventually, you'll see hydrogen pumps next to the gas and diesel pumps as your local convenience store.
Electricity is produced onboard, and supplied to the electric motor as needed. Excess energy is stored in a compact battery pack.
Plug-In Electric Vehicles
The Best of Both Worlds
With two sources of power, a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle gives you all the benefits of a hybrid electric vehicle plus an extended CO2 emissions-free electric-only driving range.
PHEVs can travel faster and further with zero-fuel driving than conventional hybrid electric vehicles.
With both a gas engine and electric motor, even if your hybrid battery runs low, you never need to worry about finding a charging station.
The electric motor provides immediate torque for instant acceleration. When switching between gas & electric, it's an automatic, smooth transition in every driving condition.
The federal government's iZEV program offers an incentive for the purchase of a zero emissions vehicle. Visit Transport Canada to learn more.
A Plug-In Electric vehicle's maintenance schedule is nearly identical to the gas model's schedule. Drive with Toyota confidence.