Toyota Unveils New Plug-In Hybrid Concept and Prius c at 2012 NA Auto Show

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  • Lakeland-Winter Haven, FL (1888PressRelease) January 31, 2012 - Sun Toyota, the leading Toyota dealership in Holiday, Florida, is pleased to announce that Toyota has introduced the NS4, an advanced plug-in hybrid concept vehicle, at the recent 2012 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.

    Toyota engineers were tasked with the challenge of designing a new mid-sized concept car that would be anticipated for global introduction by 2015. Separate from the Pruis family, the NS4 concept, designed with future mobility necessities in mind, is a dedicated plug-in hybrid.
    As mentioned by Jim Lentz, TMS president and CEO, the "NS4 demonstrates Toyota's take on the human connection to the car with technology that considers both emotional and rational relationships, person-to-car and car-to-society."

    Also introduced at the auto show was Toyota's Priuc C hybrid. As the larger Prius V, stands for versatile, the "c" in the new Prius is synonymous with 'city', which is just what this new Toyota offers. Lighter in weight, lower in height and a bit shorter in length than its predecessors, the new Prius c is modeled to nimbly maneuver any cityscape with responsive and agile handling. Featuring a 1.5L gas engine and a 144 volt nickel-metal hydrid battery, the c's hybrid system boasts an output of 99hp. Along with an estimated 53 mpg, it is also regarded with the highest city rate fuel efficiency of any car in the US.

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