Toyota i-Road, is already carsharing

Toyota i-Road, is already carsharing

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Last year we presented theToyota I-Roadlike the electric car that can climb stairs, presented for the first time to the public at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show, today theToyota I-Roadit is also a reality in Europe.

After the preliminary tests conducted by the Japanese manufacturer in Toyota City and Tokyo, the electric carI-Roaddepopulated on the French streets and soon could also arrive in Italy, a courageous entrepreneur with an eye to the future would be enough.


ThereToyota I-Roadis an ultra-compact vehicle that has a width of 850 mm, similar to that of two-wheeled vehicles but much more comfortable to drive, has been designed for individual mobility and available in five bright colors.

The car sharing service it offersToyota i-Roadis FrenchCité Lib By Ha: Mowhich offers a new type of urban mobility based on individual transport on ultra-compact vehicles just like theI-Road. Thecar-sharingaims to relieve the city of urban traffic and not burden the pockets of users: in the French municipality ofGrenobleL'I-Roadit is taken with 1, 2 or 3 euros.


ThereToyota I-Roadis an innovative ultra-compact three-wheeled car, agile, slim and full of comfort. Thanks to the compactness of the vehicles, it was not necessary to create any specific parking spaces, while the investments focused on the creation of an infrastructure network for electricity supply.

THE electric vehicles they are part of the global solution for low-carbon transport and ultra-compact vehicles are particularly suitable for short-distance, urban commuting. Hybrid vehicles, plug-in hybrids and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles prove very practical on longer journeys, while urban traffic seems destined to focus on electric traction.

The technical characteristics of theToyotai-Roadused in tests in Toyota City and Tokyo see a vehicle single-seaterable to go at a maximum speed of 60 km / h and with a total range of about 50 km, enough for urban travel.


The use of the electric single-seater Toyota I-Road in the French municipality it goes to support or replace the public transport network, allowing citizens to travel different distances starting from 1 euro for the routes that are covered in 15 minutes.

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