Toyota Unveils Electric Hybrid Luxury Car With Self-charging Attribute

Vellfire with two electric motors and a hybrid battery-price range of INR 79.5 Lac

Luxury Cars for a Riche Family, Not a Poor Family

Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) recently launched the latest hybrid self-charging multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) “Vellfire” for the first time in India’s history. With the majestic interior and luxurious exterior, this car is hitting the market ground by leaving a lasting impression on potential customers.

As Toyota unveils electric hybrid luxury car, it offers a great driving experience with less fuel consumption and carbon footprints. Numerous researches have proved that hybrid cars are usually capable of running 60% of the time and 40% of the distance on zero-emission or electric mode while the engine is off.

At the launching ceremony of Toyota Vellfire, Naveen Soni announced that the first three shipments of 180 vehicles are sold out successfully in India. He added that 20% of the sales are only from Hyderabad, and 6-lac cars are sold out globally.

Toyota Unveils Electric Hybrid Luxury Car with Specific Features

Toyota Vellfire is rapidly hitting the automotive industry in India with the latest exciting features. This electric car is equipped with a hybrid battery and two electronic motors to reduce emissions. This electric hybrid car is powered by a 2.5-liter 4-Cylinder gasoline hybrid engine, providing 86kw power with maximum torque of 198 Nm @2800 to 4000 rpm.

Toyota unveils electric hybrid luxury car with comfortable, spacious seating, VIP suspension, power sliding door, 12-speaker JBL audio, double mono roofs, 16 colors ambient light, and many more.

Toyota Vellfire belongs to electrified vehicles (xEVs) and categorized in a Strong Hybrid Electric Vehicle (SHEV). It offers Plug-in Hybrid Vehicles (PHEVs), Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs), and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEVs). The technologies employed in Vellfire hybrid vehicles share some core technologies of the latest battery system, controllers, and motors.

Latest Toyota Vellfire has become a hot seller in India with a price range of 79.5 Lac. It has an on-board charging feature, where the electric batteries are self-charged. Its safety features include Vehicle Dynamics Integrated Management (VDIM), Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), and Hill-start Assist Control (HAC).

Toyota unveils electric hybrid luxury car announcing that “All regulated emission levels are under the particular limit and many of them are less than one-tenth of these limits. Researchers have proven that hybrid cars run faster on roads as compared to other cars. ” Moreover, Toyota declared Vellfire as a stronger hybrid car.

Toyota Unveils Electric Hybrid Luxury Car With ‘Better Cars, Better Technology’

In India, the automotive industry is developing with fast-paced technology, innovative ideas, and creativity, describing the overall user experience. As per industry leaders’ opinion, it is necessary to test our skills with the latest inventions.

Toyota Kirloskar Motor (TKM) mission is to design better cars with the latest technology for a better environment. Toyota’s new hybrid Vellfire is packed with environmentally supportable solutions for regular and official use.

Toyota’s managing director Masakazu Yoshimura said, “We’re hitting the global market with luxury and latest vehicles, and Vellfire launch in India is a significant part throughout our journey. However, Vellfire hybrid vehicle launch is a prodigious step to achieve long-term goals.”

Vice President, Mr. Naveen Soni, said that the latest Vellfire is all set up with Toyota Environmental Challenge 2050 where people, cars, and nature could coexist in harmony. He replied in answer to huge Vellfire demand that a high number of Indian customers who want to experience luxury and business-class travel are willing to pay any amount. This luxury car is for a wealthy family as it is beyond the range of a middle family.

Toyota is expanding its vehicles by adding more electrified models with global emissions regulations; however, the demand for environment-friendly vehicles has grown rapidly.


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