23 December 2013

Toyota Will Show Off The Car Without Fuel

Toyota Will Show Off The Car Without Fuel


Toyota Indonesia

Event of Consumer Electronics Show ( CES ) 2014 will be held early next year is predicted to be performing slightly different. Because at CES 2014, a number of automotive manufacturers will also enliven the event.

One that has been officially declared its readiness to participate is a Japanese automotive manufacturer, Toyota. In fact, Toyota has given a little glimpse of what products will they show off at CES 2014.

According to Digital Trends quoted page, Friday ( 12/20/2013 ), Toyota mentioned will introduce a car that can be operated without fuel oil ( BBM ) by the code name ' FCV '. Toyota FCV has been equipped with fuel cell technology itself is capable of converting hydrogen into electricity.

In other words, this car does not require any kind of fuel. According described the Toyota, the driver just needs to stop for three minutes to make car back fully charged. With a fully charged power, the Toyota FCV claimed to be able to travel up to 500 Km.

The fuel cell itself is an old technology that has been developed since 10 years ago. However, until now it's use was limited to the prototype without any more serious effort.

Toyota hopes soon can be develop the tipe of this car, so it could be sold widely in 2015.

Toyota Avanza Sales Down Because Agya

Toyota Avanza Sales Down Because Agya

Toyota Agya

Positive atmosphere on the cheap car sales of environmentally friendly alias LCGC showed an increase in sales of the Astra family car marketed production of Daihatsu, Agya and Ayla.

But the atmosphere was not necessarily also to be positive of overall sales. President Director of PT Toyota Astra Motor Johnny Darmawan said that with the LCGC, Avanza and Xenia to be down.

"The current condition of market total fixed 100,000 units per year. and since the presence LCGC, Avanza and Xenia down," he said.

This fact has been felt since Agya-Ayla began to enter the top 5 best-selling models near the end of the year. Once entered, the position directly over the previous Suzuki Ertiga stick strictly Daihatsu Xenia.

At the close of October 2013, Toyota Agya sold 5,343 units, while 4,929 units Daihatsu Ayla. Underneath, Suzuki Ertiga sold 4,390 units.

Toyota Glanced Business of Electric Vehicles

Toyota Glanced Business of Electric Vehicles

Toyota Electric Vehicles

The fuel consumption is difficult to reduce. but if in case it needs to be done, so that the transfer of energy consumption can be reduced little by little. Even if there is the right solution is to replace the electric vehicle.

Although the name of Toyota has become a leader in hybrid four-wheel vehicles, in general it makes no switches and no business is interested in developing electric vehicles. But not in thought, the leading companies at the Tokyo Motor Show turned out to show the FT - EVII, the concept of electric-powered vehicles. Of course this is an unimaginable shock over this.

With homemade technology, Toyota iQ platform and develop specific components of the hybrid Synergy system. Although the vehicle is not for sale in the United States, vehicles using gasoline that's produced by the Toyota iQ sold very well on Japan and England market. At this time Toyota tried to using lithium-ion battery technology for electric vehicle FT - EVII their homemade.

Currently it's being widely developed an electric -powered vehicles, such as the Nissan Leaf and Mitsubishi iMiEV can running as far as 100 miles. As for this time the Toyota recently able to achieve only a distance of 56 miles at a speed of 62 miles / hour. This distance limitation is very suitable for the conditions in the metropolis like Tokyo, London and New York.

Toyota also wants to change the appearance of the vehicle that still looks like a regular, so eventually the company maked experimented and dressing up the pedal position and steering. It looks unusual and different from the previous. Hmmm, yes increasingly crowded electric vehicles, hopefully later vehicles like this will be more evolved, not least in Indonesia.