1. Automóveis Eletrificados

Find your perfect electrified* car

  • Hybrid
     

    Easy to live with, Hybrids combine electric power and a petrol engine in one best-of-both-worlds powertrain.
     
     
     
     

    Hybrids feature two power sources: a combustion engine, and a battery powering one or more electric motors. These two power sources can work in tandem or individually.


    Drive and refuel normally, with no need to charge


    The relatively small battery means limited electric-only driving in EV mode
     


    From XXX €

  • Plug-in Hybrid
     

    Plug-in Hybrids also feature a combustion engine and one or more electric motors, but with bigger batteries, they offer the pure-electric capability to cover greater distances in EV mode than Hybrids.  


    Powered by a combustion engine, a battery and one or more electric motors
     


    Drive and refuel normally, charging the battery when it’s convenient for you  


     Sufficient electric-only range to cover local trips in EV mode  
     


    From XXX €

  • Battery Electric 
     

    Combining a big battery and at least one electric motor, Battery Electric cars run on electricity alone. Smooth and refined, their powertrains produce no emissions while driving.§  
     
     

     Powered by a battery and one or more electric motors 

     


    Charge at home or on the move, using the public charger network


    Hundreds of kilometers of pure-electric driving range
     


    From XXX €

  • Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric 

    Emitting nothing but water from the tailpipe**, pioneering Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric vehicles are revolutionising the way we drive.
     
     
     
     

    Powered by a hydrogen fuel cell, a battery and one or more electric motors
     


    Refuel quickly and easily at a dedicated hydrogen filling station  
     


    Hundreds of kilometers of driving range§§ with no harmful tailpipe emissions**


    From XXX €

Confident on the road

  • Range 

    Range is a key consideration when it comes to choosing an electrified* car, particularly a Battery Electric vehicle. An EV’s range is dictated by the size of its battery, the car’s efficiency and a number of external factors◊◊, including driving style, speed, weather conditions and vehicle load.  The greater a Battery Electric car’s range, the further you can drive between charges. More range is useful on long drives and means you may be able to cover a number of shorter, local trips without needing to charge.

  • Charging

    Both Battery Electric and Plug-in Hybrid cars can be charged, either at home or on the move at public charging stations. Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric cars create their own electricity from hydrogen, so don't require charging. Instead, they are refuelled at a hydrogen filling station. Hybrids are refuelled with petrol in the normal way but only offer a limited electric-only driving range.

Switching pays off

Lower tailpipe emissions while driving

Part of the push towards a more sustainable future, Battery Electric cars, Hydrogen Fuel Cell Electric cars, Hybrids and Plug-in Hybrids all use electric technology to help reduce tailpipe emissions while driving §. Some, including Battery Electric cars and Plug-in Hybrids driven in electric-only EV mode, produce no tailpipe emissions as you drive §.

Choose how you charge

With Battery Electric and Plug-in Hybrid cars you can charge when and where it suits you. Charging at home overnight while you sleep, as you do with your mobile phone, is convenient and cost-effective on an off-peak energy tariff.§§§

Tax and charge exemption benefits

In many countries there are tax relief incentives that make it more rewarding to switch to an electrified* car, particularly for company car drivers. Some electrified* cars are also exempt from road tax and charges when entering congestion zones and low-emission zones, saving you money.

Save on fuel

Charging an electrified car can be more cost-effective than refuelling a petrol or diesel car.**** Charge at home overnight and it can also be more convenient than detouring to a fuel station.

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FAQS

An electrified car is one propelled by one or more electric motors to some extent. Some are entirely electric. Others, including Hybrids and Plug-in Hybrids, also have a petrol engine. Toyota's Hybrid and Plug-in Hybrids feature an EV mode allowing you to drive using electric power alone. The extent to which you can do this varies, but generally Plug-in Hybrids feature bigger batteries than Hybrids and can spend more time and cover greater distances in EV mode. 

An EV is an Electric Vehicle. You may also hear the term BEV, which stands for Battery Electric Vehicle. EVs use an electric motor instead of an engine and a battery instead of a fuel tank. Electric cars are recharged rather than refuelled. They’re smooth and quiet to drive, with impressive acceleration.

An electric car runs on battery power alone, with no combustion engine. Hybrids combine a traditional engine and an electric powertrain – a battery and one or more electric motors. Self-charging§§§§ Hybrids switch seamlessly between petrol and electric power as required, boosting performance while also working as a generator to turn surplus energy into electrical charge, reducing fuel consumption.

§§§§ Combining the power of a highly-efficient petrol engine and one or more electric motors, Toyota self-charging Hybrids can charge themselves while you drive, slow down or brake. You can drive some distances in electric-only EV mode and never have to plug  in or worry about battery range as the petrol engine takes over when the battery is empty.

Like its Hybrids, Toyota’s Plug-in Hybrids switch between two power sources, a petrol engine and one or more electric motors powered by a battery. But the battery in a Plug-in Hybrid is bigger, giving more electric-only driving capability in EV mode, increased performance and, with regular charging, reduced emissions and fuel consumption.  

A normal EV is powered by a battery which requires charging when it runs low. Powered by hydrogen, a Hydrogen Electric Fuel Cell Electric car produces its own electricity in an onboard fuel cell stack.

* An electrified car is one propelled by one or more electric motors to some extent. Some electrified cars, including Hybrids and Plug-in Hybrids, also have a petrol engine. Others, like the Toyota bZ4X, are entirely electric.

§ Emissions may be associated with other aspects of the car’s life cycle (including its manufacture), from the production of electricity and from day-to-day usage, such as from the tyres and brakes. 

411km to 512km on the WLTP cycle for the Toyota bZ4X. These range figures are estimates based on official homologation figures in a controlled environment (WLTP). These figures are provided solely for comparison purposes. Only compare them with other cars tested to the same technical procedures. The actual electric range value of your vehicle will vary from these calculated values, since many factors have an influence on a car's electric range. Such factors include: selected grade, optional equipment and accessories fitted, driving style, speed, road conditions, traffic, vehicle condition, tyre type (summer/winter) and pressure, vehicle load, number of passengers, external temperature, battery temperature, etc. For more info about WLTP visit our website or contact your local Toyota Centre. 

** Emissions will be associated with other aspects of the car’s life cycle (including its manufacture), from the production of hydrogen fuel and from day-to-day usage, such as from the tyres and brakes.

§§ Around 650km WLTP for the Toyota Mirai. Range subject to selected grades, driving style, equipment weight, weather and local driving conditions. Visit our webpage to find out more about WLTP.

◊◊ Such factors include: selected grade, optional equipment and accessories fitted, driving style, speed, road conditions, traffic, vehicle condition, tyre type (summer/winter) and pressure, vehicle load, number of passengers, external temperature, battery temperature, etc. For more info about WLTP visit our website or contact your local Toyota Centre. 

*** Emissions will be associated with other aspects of the car’s life cycle (including its manufacture) and its day-to-day usage, such as from the tyres and brakes.

§§§ Not including the cost of a Toyota HomeCharge.

**** When you charge at home on an off-peak energy tariff. Does not include the cost of a Toyota HomeCharge.

§§§§ Combining the power of a highly-efficient petrol engine and one or more electric motors, Toyota self-charging Hybrids can charge themselves while you drive, slow down or brake. You can drive some distances in electric-only EV mode and never have to plug  in or worry about battery range as the petrol engine takes over when the battery is empty.