Toyota, a Japanese automotive manufacturer, has launched its all-new Aqua model in Japan. In fact, it does follow the first-generation Aqua that was making at the Iwate Plant of Toyota Motor East Japan, Inc.
Toyota – Aqua offers the Practiability of a Compact Car
The carmaker had a “desire to greatly increase hybrid-vehicle familiarity,” as well as in the pursuit of “creating a compact car for the next 10 years.” Combining the practicality of a compact car with the fuel efficiency and quietness of a hybrid electric-only model, the Aqua has an affordable price. This information is according to Toyota. More than 1.87 million units of the Aqua are sold since its launch, thus contributing to a claim of an overall reduction in CO2 of roughly 12.4 million tonnes.
Aqua is Good for the Environment
The new Aqua is roughly 20% more fuel-efficient than the previous generation model, according to Toyota. The new Aqua is the world’s first vehicle to use a high-output bipolar nickel-hydrogen battery, Toyota says. This would be as an electric drive battery. Thus, compared to the nickel-hydrogen battery that is in the previous-generation Aqua, the new battery achieves roughly twice the output. Moreover, it also delivers improved accelerator responsiveness. The Aqua enables smooth, linear acceleration from low speeds. In addition, the speed range at which the all-new Aqua can operate on electrical power alone is expanding. It allows the vehicle to run on electricity alone. Moreover, without engaging the engine, in a broad variety of urban scenarios, it has been claiming.
In fact, the Aqua does come with a 100-volt (alternating current) /1,500-watt accessory power outlet. In addition, to an emergency power supply mode. This would allow electricity to be drawn from the vehicle for external use during blackouts.
Aqua Has a Car Subscription Service
In fact, Toyota’s latest Aqua is also offering via the KINTO ONE car subscription service. In fact, customers can sign up either online or at Toyota dealers. Moreover, the Aqua is available from 19,580 yen per month (including tax) when using the seven-year lease plan.