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The Toyota RAV4 EV Is Designed for the Real World

Sport Utility Vehicles (SUV) these days are a bit overrated. No one buys them for their sportiness and neither to go on a hardcore off-road adventure or haul things around, so neither of its sport nor utility properties are met. Not to mention the amount of gasoline these “utility vehicles” are drinking to help you move from a cafe to another around town.
Toyota RAV4 EV 1 photo
People buy them just because they are big and can showoff better in public. But what about an SUV that really does what it was meant to do, like the new Toyota RAV4 EV, the first full-electric SUV available on the market.

It looks good, it is luxurious but not that opulent as its gasoline concurrence, spacious and has no idea what gasoline means. It can do 103 miles (165 km) on a single charge and sportiness is assured with a zero to 60 mph (96 km/h) acceleration time of just 7 seconds. So yes, you can say it was built for the real world. See the new RAV4’s commercial down bellow.



 
 
 
 
 

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