Toyota C+pod 9.06 kWh (13 Hp) 2020

Key specs

Toyota C+pod (Hatchback) C+pod 2020,2021,2022,2023,2024

What is the body type, Toyota C+pod 9.06 kWh (13 Hp) 2020?

Hatchback, 3 Doors, 2 Seats

How fast is the car, Toyota C+pod 9.06 kWh (13 Hp) 2020?

60 km/h 37.28 mph

How many cylinders, Toyota C+pod 9.06 kWh (13 Hp) 2020?


What is the drivetrain, Toyota C+pod 9.06 kWh (13 Hp) 2020?

Rear wheel drive,

How long is this vehicle, Toyota C+pod 9.06 kWh (13 Hp) 2020?

2490 mm
98.03 in.

How wide is the vehicle, Toyota C+pod 9.06 kWh (13 Hp) 2020?

1290 mm
50.79 in.

What is the curb weight, Toyota C+pod 9.06 kWh (13 Hp) 2020?

670-690 kg
1477.1 - 1521.19 lbs.

Toyota C+pod (Hatchback) C+pod 2020,2021,2022,2023,2024 Specs

General information

Brand Toyota
Model C+pod (Hatchback)
Version C+pod
Engine version 9.06 kWh (13 Hp)
Year production start 2020
Vehicle type Hatchback
Curb weight kg -lbs total

670-690 kg

1477.1 - 1521.19 lbs.
Overall length mm - inch

2490 mm

98.03 in.
Doors 3
Top Speed 60 km/h 37.28 mph

Engine specs

Engine position and orientation Rear axle, Transverse
Cylinders Electric
Weight / horsepower kg/hp - hp/tons

51.5 kg/Hp

19.4 Hp/tonne
Weight / torque kg/Nm - Nm/tons 12 kg/Nm, 83.6 Nm/tonne

12 kg/Nm

83.6 Nm/tonne
Fuel type Electricity
Powertrain architecture BEV (Electric Vehicle)
Electric motor power 13 Hp
Electric motor torque 56 Nm 41.3 lb.-ft.
Engine location Rear axle, Transverse
Total available power 13 Hp
Totale available torque 56 Nm 41.3 lb.-ft.

Transmission and Drive system

Drive configuration Rear wheel drive


Front brakes Disc
Rear brakes Drum


Steering type Steering rack and pinion
Turning diameter m - ft

7.8 m

25.59 ft.


Front suspension Spring Strut, Transverse stabilizer
Rear suspension Helical spring, Torsion

Body / Chassis

Wheels & Tyres

Wheels size 155/70 R13
Wheels rims 13



Safety and Security


Passengers seats 2


Overall length mm - inch

2490 mm

98.03 in.
Overall width mm -inch

1290 mm

50.79 in.
Overall height mm -inch

1550 mm

61.02 in.
Wheelbase mm - inch

1780 mm

70.08 in.
Track width front mm - inch

1105 mm

43.5 in.
Track width rear mm - inch

1095 mm

43.11 in.


Curb weight kg -lbs total

670-690 kg

1477.1 - 1521.19 lbs.

Fuel economy

Engine type


Electric - Bev
A battery-powered electric car is an automobile which is propelled by electric motors.
Although electric cars often give good acceleration and have generally acceptable
top speed, the lower specific energy of production batteries available compared
with carbon-based fuels means that electric cars need big batteries to
increase miles range and recharging can also take much more time than average.

Electric - PHEV
A plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) is a hybrid electric vehicle whose battery
pack can be recharged by plugging a charging cable into an external electric power
source, in addition to internally by its on-board internal combustion engine-powered
generator. Compared to conventional hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs), PHEVs have
a larger battery pack that can be charged from the power grid, which is also more
A PHEV's battery pack is smaller than all-electric vehicles for the same vehicle
weight, but has the auxiliary option of switching back to using its gasoline/diesel
engine like a conventional HEV if the battery runs low.

Electric - FCEV
A fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV) is an electric vehicle that uses a fuel cell,
sometimes in combination with a small battery or supercapacitor, to power its
onboard electric motor. Fuel cells in vehicles generate electricity generally
using oxygen from the air and compressed hydrogen. Most fuel cell vehicles are
classified as zero-emissions vehicles that emit only water and heat.
As compared with internal combustion vehicles, hydrogen vehicles centralize pollutants at
the site of the hydrogen production, where hydrogen is typically derived from
reformed natural gas.

Electric - PFCEV
This vehicle is very similar to Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle but has a socket and
can be recharged from the grid. Battery likely is significantly larger - comparable to
Plug in Hybrid Electric Vehicle. This vehicle type can be used solely on electricity
charged by plugging in or solely on electricity generated by fuel cell.
Plug-in fuel cell electric vehicles (PFCEVs) combine features of battery electric
vehicles (BEVs) and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs). With a 40-mile battery
electric range (BER), the PFCEV provides unusually efficient driving.
The fuel cell and hydrogen fuel facilitate long range and quick refueling, removing range


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