2021 Toyota RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid

These days, the Japanese have introduced 2021 Toyota RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid as as an upgraded version of the standard variant. In Los Angeles, it was heard that it was the fastest, most powerful and efficient RAV4 ever. Below is a summary of the basics of the features the new edition brings with the new images. At the end of the text you have a 4 minute video where you can enjoy the new RAV4.

2021 Toyota RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid

The slightest change is in the design. Expected to know that the current fifth generation is on the market this past year. Just a few marks for the Plug-in Hybrid version and of course the battery charging port. Sales in the US market in 2018 was 427,170 units (48,124 hybrids). We say this for the reason that the sales increase year by year and they only show that it is not necessary to change the look constantly.

Toyota RAV4 Interior

From the material, a leather seat and steering wheel trim was selected. The front seats have heaters. Special attention is drawn to the 8 inches screen like tablet with multimedia system such as Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Amazon Alexa systems.

The great news is that the designers were able to fit the battery into the floor to avoid wasting space in the cabin. This leaves room for passengers and also increases the stability of the vehicle due to a lower weight. The point here is still to mention Entune 3.0 Audio Plus package, SiriusXM radio and 5 USB ports.

2021 Toyota RAV4 Prime Plug-in Hybrid

Upcoming Toyota RAV4 Prime Plug-in Hybrid come as the most economical RAV4 ever! The power of 306 horses receive from higher lithium-ion battery capacity and four-cylinder engine. Choice fell on 2.5 L with 178 horses and 228 N/m. Advanced battery provides over 60 kilometers if using only electric drive. Hybrid system accelerate from 0-62 mph (0-100 km/h) for just 5.8 seconds. CO2 emissions is less than 30 g/km.

Toyota RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid release date and price

Toyota has prepared a promotion for the end of 2019 on US soil. The choice fell on Los Angeles as the last major auto show this year. Production starts soon, with sales halfway through 2020. There is speculation that the new Toyota RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid with base trim level will be priced $27,000. Model with label top trim can be around $34,000.