The 2013 Toyota Prius Plus presented with which new interior design with dynamic architecture. The horizontal dashboard features consisting of a cluster center, center console, and instrumentation in the form of which flow. The middle space between the console and the cluster which used to connect the driver and passenger is in good order, which has never happened before.
Current consoles are centrally organized, allowing excellent visibility. There is also a Hybrid System Indicator, speedometer, and gear shift indicator that positioned closer to the steering wheel, thus minimizing the driver’s view of the road while driving.
The 2013 Toyota Prius Plus with hybrid system offers a 1.8 liter VVT-i gasoline machine, a powerful electric motor, a generator, a high performance lithium-ion battery, a power control unit, and a power split device.
Then, the HSD system utilizing the power of a gasoline engine and electric motor simultaneously, thus maximizing the effectiveness of the two units to reach an optimum balance of driving performance and fuel efficiency.
The 2013 Prius features Plus offers three modes to enhance the ability of the hybrid powertrain, including unique hybrid, EV mode which enables ultra-quiet running on electric motor power alone, and produce zero fuel consumption and CO2, NOx and PM emissions.
The 2013 Toyota Prius Plus Hybrid Synergy Drive powertrain combines the 99 DIN hp/73 kW output of the 1.8 litre petrol engine with the 60 kW output of the electric motor for a maximum system power output of 136 DIN hp. The Prius+ will accelerate seamlessly from 0-100 km/h in 11.3 seconds and has a top speed of 165 km/h.
Over the course of any journey, Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive® system operates in several different modes to maximise the Prius Plus overall efficiency.
The new 2013 Toyota Prius Plus may be equipped with an improved version of Intelligent Park Assist fitted to the standard Prius; an Easy Set function making it easier and significantly quicker to use. The system uses a rear camera and ultrasonic sensors on the front side-bumper to identify viable reverse and parallel parking spaces.
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