Toyota Electric Vehicles

Toyota Electrified Vehicles for Sale in San Antonio

Does Toyota offer an all-electric car?

Toyota offers several hybrid models with a gasoline engine and electric motor combination and a model producing electric power from hydrogen, the Mirai fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV). Whether you choose - sedan, SUV, or minivan - Toyota's electrified vehicles are fuel-efficient while still providing the classic Toyota advantages of reliability, style, comfort, and top-notch safety amenities.

By 2025, Toyota has plans to manufacture about 70 electrified models under its new bZ (Beyond Zero) brand moniker. In April 2021, Toyota introduced its all-electric bZ4X Concept, an SUV prototype that gives a preview of what's to come.

Which Toyota models are electrified?

Toyota currently offers the following electrified vehicles:

  • Venza
  • RAV4
  • RAV4 Prime
  • Highlander Hybrid
  • Corolla Hybrid
  • Camry Hybrid
  • Avalon Hybrid
  • Sienna
  • Prius
  • Prius Prime
  • Mirai

The RAV4 Prime can get more than 40 miles of electric range, seamlessly changing from gasoline to electric power. The RAV4 Hybrid has a spacious interior, a dazzling chrome-accented interior, and an impressive range. The Venza is a stylish SUV featuring LED lighting, class-leading MPG ratings, and standard all-wheel drive. The Highlander Hybrid is a perfect SUV for families with seating for up to eight. It's also one of the most efficient SUVs on the market.

The Corolla Hybrid gets more than 50 MPG and comes loaded with safety aids and technology. The Camry Hybrid has a stunning exterior and a state-of-the-art cabin. The Avalon Hybrid comes with cutting-edge technology and a smooth-shifting hybrid powertrain. The Sienna Hybrid minivan can haul a large family while providing optimal efficiency, while the Prius Prime maximizes fuel economy with multiple driving modes. You may find the midsize Mirai more captivating, with its electric motor powered by hydrogen.

What is the difference between electric, hybrid, and plug-in models?

Electric cars use a different powertrain than hybrid vehicles. While electric vehicles are powered solely by an electric motor connected to a battery, hybrid and plug-in hybrid Toyota vehicles are equipped with a standard gasoline engine and an electric motor. Plug-in hybrids only use gasoline as a backup source of power, while hybrids use gasoline and electric power. Fuel cell vehicles are electric, but hydrogen is used to create electric power instead of a battery.

How far can Toyota electrified models go?

The range for electric-only driving varies. The Venza, for example, can go 30 miles on electricity only, while the Corolla gets up to 52 miles of combined range. Prius gets up to 49 miles combined, while Prius Prime has a maximum capacity of 54 miles in electric-only mode. The RAV4 Hybrid gets 40 miles of combined MPG, and the Highlander can go a combined 36 miles.

Do Toyota's hybrid SUVs have towing capacity?

The Highlander Hybrid can tow the most, with a rating of up to 3,500 pounds. The RAV4's towing capacity is 2,500 pounds.

How can I learn more about Toyota electrified vehicles?

More details on Toyota's electric line is available through our dealership. Contact us today for additional information.