Toyota hybrid electric reducing environmental impact

Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) has been taking environmental initiatives since the early 60s. As a partner of TMC, United Traders Syndicate (UTS) aims to build a corporate group admired and trusted by society by ensuring that all employees, including those at consolidated subsidiaries, recognise their sustainable policies.

To go beyond achieving carbon neutrality and provide better mobility for all, Toyota is on a mission to develop a full line-up of electrified vehicles, including hybrid electric vehicles (HEV), plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), battery electric vehicles (BEV), and fuel-cell engine vehicles (FCEV).

Toyota Battery Electric

Battery electric vehicles have advanced Toyota’s journey towards a more sustainable future through electrification. The statement issued by UTS highlighted instant acceleration, smooth performance, and incredible quietness – all while reducing the carbon footprint.

By 2030, UTS aims to launch 3.5 million battery electric vehicles globally to help them propel towards their goal of carbon neutrality in 2050.

How it works

Unlike vehicles with internal combustion engines, battery electric vehicles are powered solely by electric motors. This provides an entirely new experience.

Battery electric vehicles produce zero emissions, have fewer moving parts, and are a thrill to drive as the torque is always available and instant acceleration is possible. Without the need for a transmission, one enjoys simpler, smoother, and quieter driving.

The battery is typically located under the floorboards, lowering the centre of gravity considerably. This allows for less body roll and better handling.

Meanwhile, Toyota Nepal has added a new page “ELECTRIFIED” to the website.

The UTS has expressed its joy in bringing its latest “Electrified” page. More information about the timeline of Toyota’s electrification journey, how the Hybrid Technology works, its benefits and BEVs is available on the website.


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