LA JOLLA, CA – Toyota Motors Sales U.S.A. officials say the Toyota RAV4 electric vehicle coming next year consistently achieves 100 miles (161 km) of range, but more work remains on slashing the zero-emissions vehicle’s charging time and refining its driving dynamics. TMSUSA engineers currently get between 80 and 120 miles (129-193 km) of range between charges, but recharging via a typical U.S. 120V outlet takes as long as 28 hours. Bumping up to a 240V service cuts the cross/utility ...

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