Tuesday, March 6, 2018

New Engines and Tech for Next-Gen Toyota Cars

At Keyes Toyota, we're always excited to see what kind of new upgrades the Toyota brand is working on. It's not always about flashy in-car tech though. Right now, the Toyota research and development department is developing a brand new engine that will offer some new perks for future Toyota models. Its newest technology could make future generations of the Toyota Camry or our other favorite models better than ever.

As it works on the Toyota New Generation Architecture, or TNGA, this brand needs some new technology and advanced power options to go along with it. That's where this new Dynamic Force Engine comes in. This 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine uses the latest combustion technologies, making it the most thermally efficient engine ever built. This new engine uses a new heat recovery system that reduces energy loss and helps it achieve a forty percent thermal efficiency rating. This will help future Toyota cars produce less emissions while offering even better fuel efficiency.

The Toyota brand is also working on two new all-wheel drive system. The Dynamic Torque Vectoring system will be used in gasoline-powered models and it will be capable of sending torque to the left and right rear wheels when needed. It's designed to handle anything the road can throw your way. E-Four, another all-wheel drive system, is designed with hybrid vehicles in mind. It delivers more torque to the rear wheels than the current all-wheel drive system. The Toyota brand has even developed a new six-speed manual transmission and a new Continuously Variable Transmission, the first to use a launch gear. We can't wait to see what else next-generation Toyota cars will have to offer!

If you're in the market for dependable vehicles that are always improving, talk to a Toyota dealer near Los Angeles today. We'll answer any questions you may have about the newest vehicles, the latest features, and the upgrades that are coming next. We look forward to meeting you!

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