Toyota Begins i-Road Public Trials in Japan [VIDEO]
Mar 12, 2014 15:30
The first Toyota i-Road electric vehicles have been released on public roads in Japan. Residents from Toyota City had the chance to test the three-wheeler EVs, and it will soon be made available to residents at vehicle-sharing stations.
The i-Road will also become available to residents of Grenoble, France later this year.
Powered by two 2kW motors mounted on the front wheels, the i-Road weighs just 300 kg (661 lbs) and has a width of 850mm (33.4in). It has a driving range of around 31 miles (50 km) on a single charge, calculated at a constant speed of 19 mph (30 km/h).
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