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Both use the new GA-C platform which is part of Toyota’s New Global Architecture, and both share an identical hybrid drivetrain.
This includes the concept’s all-electric drivetrain as well as its use of Volkswagen’s MEB modular electric-vehicle architecture.
New platforms and drivetrains were developed and first employed in the luxury car builder’s full-size 90 series sedans and crossovers.
In the earlier part of this decade, Tesla partnered with both Toyota and Daimler, producing drivetrains for the electric Mercedes Benz B-Class.
By 1970, restrictions on air volumes and drivetrains had effectively legislated the jet cars out of the race.
Each model offers several engine/drivetrain combinations, including three with Instinctive AWD.
With some cars, these conditions can trigger gauge cluster messages that suggest stopping for a Coke while the drivetrain cools down.
The high-tech car introduced the hybrid drivetrain to many consumers, helping kick off a movement toward greater fuel efficiency.
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