Toyota first experimented with an electric conversion of the 2-door 90's RAV4 in the mid 90s. Conductive charging units were built with J1772, but when the model went to production, the wireless inductive J1773 Magne Charge v2 SPI (also found in the EV1 and S10) was selected.
|Motor||50 kW Synchronous Permanent-Magnet Motor|
|Charger||6kW Wall Mounted Magne Charge SPI|
|Batteries||27.4 kW·h nickel-metal hydride|
|Capacity||Seats 5 Adults and has a full trunk|
There were 328 RAV4 EV models sold to the public. As a result, there is a strong community of owners around the world today helping support these cars: