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Hybrid Synergy Drive Gasoline engine: 1.5-liter DOHC 16–valve 1NZ-FXE I4 VVT-i
VVT-i
(Atkinson cycle)[2]

Transmission CVT

Hybrid drivetrain Front-Wheel Drive

Battery 0.9 kWh Nickel-metal hydride[3]

Dimensions

Wheelbase 2,550 mm (100.4 in)[2]

Length 4,000 mm (157.3 in)[2]

Width 1,690 mm (66.7 in)[2]

Height 1,450 mm (56.9 in)[2]

Curb weight 1,100–1,140 kg (2,430–2,510 lb)

The Toyota
Toyota
Prius c (c stands for "city"[4]), named the Toyota
Toyota
Aqua ("aqua" is Latin for water) in Japan, is a full hybrid gasoline-electric subcompact hatchback manufactured and marketed by Toyota
Toyota
Motor Corporation. The Prius c is the third member of the Prius family, and combines the features of a Yaris-sized car with a hybrid powertrain. The Prius c is priced lower than the conventional Prius and has a higher fuel economy in city driving under United States Environmental Protection Agency test cycles.[5][6] The Prius c was ranked by the EPA as the 2012 most fuel efficient compact car when plug-in electric vehicles are excluded.[7][8] The production version of the Aqua was unveiled in the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show. The production Prius c was introduced in the U.S. at the January 2012 North American International Auto Show
North American International Auto Show
in Detroit.[9] The Aqua was launched in Japan
Japan
in December 2011 at a price of ¥1.69 million (US$21,700).[10] Sales in several Asian markets began in January 2012.[11][12] The Prius c was released in the U.S. and Canada in March 2012.[13][14] Sales in Australia
Australia
and New Zealand
New Zealand
began in April 2012.[15][16] The Aqua is considered the most successful nameplate launch in Japan in the last 20 years.[17] As of January 2017[update], the Aqua/Prius c is the second most sold hybrid of Toyota
Toyota
Motor Corporation after the regular Prius, with 1,380,100 units sold worldwide. Japan
Japan
as the market leader with 1,154,500 units sold through January 2017.[18] The Aqua was the top selling new car in Japan
Japan
for three years in a row, from 2013 to 2015.[19][20][21]

Contents

1 Prius c Concept 2 Specifications 3 Fuel economy and emissions 4 Production

4.1 2015 updates

5 Markets and sales

5.1 Japan 5.2 United States 5.3 Canada 5.4 Australia 5.5 Other countries

6 Recognition 7 See also 8 References 9 External links

Prius c Concept[edit]

Prius c concept exhibited at the 2011 Washington Auto Show.

The Toyota
Toyota
Prius c concept car was unveiled at the January 2011 North American International Auto Show in Detroit. Toyota
Toyota
explained that the 'c' in 'Prius c' stands for "city"-centric vehicle as it is much smaller than the normal Prius and is aimed at younger buyers without families who don't need lots of space.[4] Together with the introduction of the production version of the Toyota Aqua at the 2011 Tokyo Motor Show, the carmaker also exhibited two other Aqua concepts, the Aqua Kiriri version and the Aqua Piriri.[22]

Specifications[edit]

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Hybrid Synergy Drive
Hybrid Synergy Drive
of Toyota
Toyota
Aqua (Prius c)

Generation 3 (chainless) Hybrid Synergy Drive. The ICE-MG1 Power Split Device/MG2 Motor Speed Reduction Device HSD is shown in a sectioned and highlighted view.

Built on an enhanced and streamlined Yaris-inspired platform, the Prius c features Toyota's Generation 3 Hybrid Synergy Drive
Hybrid Synergy Drive
with a 1.5-liter DOHC four-cylinder, 16–valve with VVT-i
VVT-i
gasoline engine, the same engine model and displacement as on the earliest Priuses, but now "beltless", with all accessory drives replaced by electric motors which operate whether the engine is running or not.[citation needed] Unlike earlier Prius HSDs, the Prius c incorporates separate planetary gear reduction paths for the ICE/MG1 (internal combustion engine/motor-generator one, this path familiarly referred to as the "power split device", with the MG1 doing double duty as the ICE starter and a battery charging alternator; HV to charge the HV battery, HV through a dc–dc converter to charge the LV battery), and the MG2 (motor-generator two, this path newly referred to as the "motor speed reduction device", with the MG2 doing double duty as the traction (propulsion) motor and the HV battery regenerative charging alternator), thereby allowing higher electric-only performance (this is limited mainly by the MG1-to-final-drive ratio, and, of course, the capacity of the MG1), and higher hybrid performance (this is limited mainly by the MG2-to-final-drive ratio, and, of course, the capacity of the MG2), with the gear ratios, hence the rotational speeds of the MG1 and MG2, now better matched to their respective mission functions, in a significantly smaller, lighter weight package. The chain drive found in the Gen 1 and Gen 2 HSDs is also eliminated, replaced by helical gears in the Gen 3 HSD. The MG2 ratio is 2.5:1 rather than 1:1 as on earlier HSDs, thereby allowing the physical size of the MG2 to be reduced to the cross-section of the MG1. The Prius v
Prius v
and Prius Plug-in share this basic Gen 3 design (P410 transaxle, for both of these), but not its specific implementation, and which is unique to the Prius c and its lower maximum weight, and lower HSD net horsepower (P510 transaxle, for Prius c, North America; Prius Aqua, Japan; and Yaris Hybrid, Europe).[citation needed] The hybrid system includes a new high-voltage battery and inverter, and a smaller auxiliary 12 volt battery. Both batteries are housed underneath the rear passenger bench seat, and are easily accessible to service personnel, yet are protected from possible collision damage by a welded tubular steel cage which also acts as support for the rear seat. Being housed underneath the passenger seat, the large high voltage traction battery does not impact the trunk space, unlike the traction battery on earlier Priuses. This location for the traction battery also significantly lowers the center of gravity of the Prius c, and improves road handling.[citation needed]

Interior

The hybrid powertrain weighs around 40 kg (88 lb) less than that of the standard Prius Liftback.[6][23] The 1NZ-FXE engine[24] produces 54 kW (73 hp) and the HSD motor is rated at 45 kW (60 hp). Total output is rated at 74 kW (99 hp).[25] Compared to the standard Prius Liftback,[2] the 2,550 mm (100.4 in) wheelbase of the Prius C is 150 mm (5.9 in) shorter, and an overall length of 4,000 mm (157.3 in) is 490 mm (19.1 in) shorter. This places the Prius c in the American subcompact class. Japanese versions are also compliant with Japanese government dimension regulations which reduce tax liability. The use of a 1.5 litre engine also reduces the annual Japanese Government road tax obligation.

Fuel economy and emissions[edit]

Toyota
Toyota
Prius c badge

Under the United States Environmental Protection Agency
United States Environmental Protection Agency
test cycles, the 2017 Prius c is rated at 48 mpg‑US (4.9 L/100 km; 58 mpg‑imp) city and 43 mpg‑US (5.5 L/100 km; 52 mpg‑imp) highway, for a combined fuel economy of 46 mpg‑US (5.1 L/100 km; 55 mpg‑imp).[26] The Prius c emission certification is SULEV.[2] The Prius c was ranked by the EPA as the 2012 model year most fuel efficient compact car excluding plug-in electric vehicles. When electric-powered cars are considered, the Chevrolet Volt
Chevrolet Volt
ranks on top of the compact car category, followed by the Prius c.[7][8]

Production[edit] The Prius c is assembled at the Iwate Plant of Toyota
Toyota
Motor East Japan, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Toyota
Toyota
Motor Corporation, in Kanegasaki, Iwate
Kanegasaki, Iwate
in northern Japan.[6] Toyota's initial production capacity for the Aqua/Prius c at this facility was 12,000 units per month, with a maximum production capacity of 30,000 units per month.[27] The decision to manufacture at Toyota
Toyota
Motor East Japan
Japan
(formerly Kanto Auto Works) was motivated by the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami – Toyota
Toyota
is making a valuable economic contribution to the region in providing jobs and development associated with production.[citation needed] 2015 updates[edit]

Facelift Toyota
Toyota
Prius c

A facelifted version was presented at the November 2014 Los Angeles Auto Show.[28] The new model has a revised front bumper and headlights similar to the GT86, with a more aggressive and aerodynamic look. The taillights are also modified, now incorporating black plastic segments towards the leading edge. The interior features metallic HVAC vents, as well as a redesigned climate control cluster.

Markets and sales[edit] During 2012 a total of 315,406 units were sold worldwide, led by Japan with 266,574 Aquas sold, representing 84.5% of the model global sales.[29] The Prius c is not available in Europe, instead, Toyota
Toyota
is selling the Toyota
Toyota
Yaris Hybrid since June 2012.[30] The Yaris Hybrid shares the same powertrain as the Prius c.[31] Global sales of the Aqua/Prius c passed the 500,000 milestone in August 2013,[32][33][34][35] and the 1 million milestone during the first half of 2015.[36] As of January 2017[update], the Aqua/Prius c is the second most sold hybrid of Toyota
Toyota
Motor Corporation after the regular Prius, with 1,380,100 units sold worldwide. The market leader is Japan
Japan
with 1,154,500 units sold, capturing 83.6% of global sales.[18] Ranking second is the U.S. with 177,218 units sold through December 2016,[34][37][38][39][40] and Canada
Canada
with 11,879 through April 2016.[41] A total of 31,000 units have been sold in the rest of the world through April 2016.[42] For three years running, 2013 through 2015, the Aqua was the top selling new car in Japan.[21][19][20][43] The Aqua is considered the most successful nameplate launch in Japan in the last 20 years.[17] The following table presents retail sales since deliveries of the Aqua began in December 2011 for the top selling national markets by year through April 2016.

Toyota
Toyota
Aqua/Prius sales by top national markets between 2011 and April 2016

Country Total 2016 CYTD(1) 2015 2014 2013 2012 2011

 Japan[42][44] 1,041,200 63,000 215,525 233,212 262,367 266,574 361

 United States[34][37][38][39][45] 165,075 8,309 38,484 40,570 41,979 35,733 0

 Canada[41] 11,876 725 3,029 2,776 2,816 2,530 0

 Australia[46][47][48][49] 7,432 NA NA 1,654 1,242(2) 1,883 0

Total top markets 1,225,583 72,034(3) 257,038(3) 278,212 308,404 306,720 361

Global sales[42][44] 1,249,100 73,000 260,572 281,867 317,891 315,406 361

Notes: (1) CYTD sales through April 2016. (2) CYTD sales through June 2013. (3) Australian sales are not included.

Japan[edit]

Pre-facelift Toyota
Toyota
Aqua

First facelift Toyota
Toyota
Aqua

Second facelift Toyota
Toyota
Aqua

Second facelift Toyota
Toyota
Aqua Crossover

The Aqua was launched in Japan
Japan
in December 2011 at a price of ¥1.69 million (US$21,700),[10] and is available at all Japanese Toyota networks Toyota
Toyota
Store, Toyopet Store, Corolla Store and Toyota
Toyota
Netz. Toyota
Toyota
initially established a sales target of 12,000 units per month, but before its market launch, Toyota
Toyota
had received orders for 60,000 Aquas, creating a four-month waiting list for deliveries.[50] By January 31, 2012, the number of orders grew to 120,000.[27] The Aqua was the third top selling new car in the Japanese market in February and March 2012, and ranked second from April through September, surpassed only by the combined sales of the regular Prius and Prius α, as Toyota
Toyota
is reporting sales of both models together.[32][51] The Aqua ranked as the top selling new car in Japan
Japan
in October 2012, surpassing combined sales of the regular Prius and the Prius α, which ranked second, and ending the Prius brand record of being the top selling new car in Japan
Japan
for 16 months in a row.[52][53] The Aqua kept the top selling spot through December 2012, and with 266,567 units sold in 2012, the Aqua ranked as the second best selling car that year after the Prius brand.[32][54] When sales of these two Prius models are broken down, the Toyota
Toyota
Aqua ranks as the top selling model in Japan, including kei cars, and the Aqua led monthly sales since February through December 2012.[55][56][57] The Aqua continued as the top selling car in Japan
Japan
during every month of the first quarter of 2013,[58] and after ranking second behind the Toyota
Toyota
Prius during the second quarter, the Aqua was again the top selling car in Japan
Japan
during the third quarter of 2013.[33][59] A total of 262,367 Aquas were sold in 2013, down 1.6% from 2012, but nevertheless, the Aqua topped new car sales in Japan
Japan
in 2013, including kei car sales.[43] With 233,212 units sold during 2014, down 11.1% from 2013, the Aqua was the top selling new car in Japan
Japan
for the second consecutive year.[19] Again in 2015, with 215,525 units sold, down 7.6% from 2014, the Aqua ranked as the top selling new car in Japan.[20] During the first quarter of 2016, the Prius liftback surpassed the Aqua as the best selling new car,[60] and ended 2016 as the second best-selling new car with 168,208 units sold.[21][61] Since its introduction, a total of 1,154,500 units have been sold in Japan
Japan
through January 2017, representing 83.6% of the model global sales.[18] In addition of being the best-selling new car in Japan
Japan
for three consecutive years, 2013 through 2015,[21] the Toyota
Toyota
Aqua is considered the most successful nameplate launch in the Japanese market of the last 20 years.[17] United States[edit]

A Prius c in the United States

Sales of the Prius c began in the U.S. in March 2012, at a price starting at US$18,950 plus a US$760 destination charge.[8][13][14] After three days in the American market, the carmaker announced that the Prius c became "one of Toyota's fastest-selling vehicles."[62] During its first month in the market, the Prius c sold 4,875 units, accounting for 17.0% of the Prius family
Prius family
sales in the U.S.[63] A total of 35,733 units were sold during 2012, and the Prius c ranked as the fourth best selling hybrid car in the U.S that year.[34][41] During 2013 a total of 41,979 units were sold, allowing the Prius c to rank as the third top selling hybrid car during that year, behind the Prius liftback and the Camry Hybrid sedan.[37] During the first nine months of 2014 Prius c sales were down by 4.7% as compared with the same period in 2013, following the same declining trend as the overall hybrid segment in the American market.[64] As of December 2016[update], a total of 177,218 units have been sold since its introduction in March 2012.[34][37][38][39][40] The Prius c is offered in four trims named Prius c One through Prius c Four. The basic level Prius c One includes power windows and door locks, automatic climate control, Multi-Information Display (MID), Hill Start Assist Control (HAC), Remote Keyless Entry, projector-beam halogen headlamps, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, 4-speaker audio, Bluetooth hands-free telephone controls, Bluetooth and USB auxiliary outlets, and rear intermittent window wiper. The Prius c Four, which sells for US$23,230 also includes Softex-trimmed seats, heated front power mirrors with turn signal indicators, alloy wheels, and fog lamps.[8][14] For the 2015 model year, the Prius c received a light facelift with alterations to the front and rear lamps and bumpers. Three new bright colors have also been added to the North American lineup.[28] Canada[edit] Toyota
Toyota
Canada
Canada
launched the Prius c in March 2012 with a starting price of CA$20,950 (US$21,100).[65][66] During its first month in the Canadian market, 328 units were sold and the Prius c represented about 25% of Toyota
Toyota
subcompact sales that month.[41][67] A total of 556 units were sold in April, its first full month in the market, accounting for 39% of total Prius family
Prius family
sales and 33% of Toyota subcompact sales.[68] A total of 2,530 units were sold during 2012, 2,816 units in 2013, and sales declined to 2,776 in 2014, and recovered to 3,029 in 2015. Since its introduction, a total of 11,876 Prius c hybrids have been sold through April 2016.[41] Australia[edit]

Pre-facelift Prius c

Facelift Toyota
Toyota
Prius c

The Prius c was released in Australia
Australia
in April 2012 starting at A$23,990 (US$24,426). A second trim with the higher-spec model is called Prius C i-Tech and priced at A$26,990 (US$27,480).[15] A total of 1,883 units were sold during 2012, significantly ahead of Prius v (936 units) and the conventional Prius (861 units).[46] Sales during the first half of 2013 reached 1,242 units, again surpassing Prius v (539 units) and the Prius liftback (277 units).[47] Again in 2014, sales of the Prius c (1,654) topped its siblings Prius v
Prius v
(722) and the third-generation Prius hatch (487).[48] As of April 2016[update], cumulative sales since introduction totaled 7,432 units.[49] Other countries[edit] Excluding the Japanese and North American markets, a total of 25,462 units have been sold in other countries as of September 2014[update].[29]

Costa Rica

The Prius c was introduced in 2012 at a price starting at US$36,000. As the other electric-drive vehicles sold in the country, the Prius c is subject to lower import duties and local taxes. Since October 2012, Prius c owners are exempted from the driving restriction by license plate number used to control access to downtown San José, the country's capital.[69]

Ecuador

Toyota
Toyota
launched the Prius c in Ecuador
Ecuador
in April 2012, with the standard price of US$26,900.[citation needed]

Hong Kong

A total of 358 Prius c were sold during 2012, surpassing combined sales of the conventional Prius (132 units) and the Prius v
Prius v
(113).[70]

Malaysia

The Prius c was launched in Malaysia
Malaysia
in February 2012, where it costs RM97,000 (US$31,750) including insurance.[12]

New Zealand

Sales of the Prius c in New Zealand
New Zealand
began in April 2012, starting at a price of NZ$30,990 (US$25,400).[16]

Philippines

Toyota
Toyota
launched the Prius c in the Philippines
Philippines
in January 2012, with the introductory pricing of ₱1,475,000 (US$34,250).[11]

Singapore

The Prius c was launched in Singapore
Singapore
in January 2012, costing about S$115,988 (~US$93,257) for the base trim and about S$118,988 (~US$95,670) for the Snazzy trim with a COE of S$64,209 (~US$51,625) as of March 2013.[71]

Sri Lanka

The Japanese-made Toyota
Toyota
Aqua was sold in Sri Lanka and sold very well in the Sri Lankan market. Later Toyota
Toyota
Lanka introduced the Toyota Prius c

Taiwan

Toyota
Toyota
launched the Prius c in Taiwan
Taiwan
in March 2012, starting at a price of NT$859,000 (US$29,100).[72]

Uruguay

Toyota
Toyota
first launched the Prius C in Uruguay in 2012, at a price of US$39,900.[73] At this time, the price was too high compared to other vehicles in the market. In consequence of this, it sold less than 10 cars. Six years later, with some tax reductions for hybrid vehicles, Toyota
Toyota
tried again with the 2018 Asian and South American restyling with a new price of US$25,990 [74] Recognition[edit]

The Prius c was one of the five finalists for the 2013 Green Car of the Year awarded by the Green Car Journal
Green Car Journal
at the 2012 Los Angeles Auto Show.[75] In November 2012, Consumer Reports
Consumer Reports
ranked the Prius c as the most reliable 2012 model year vehicle in the United States. The magazine based this later ranking on reliability data obtained through its annual auto survey that covers 1.2 million vehicles owned or leased by subscribers to Consumer Reports.[76] The magazine had previously given a negative review to the Prius c. The magazine had based this earlier ranking on driving tests by its own testers.[77]

See also[edit]

Toyota
Toyota
Prius Toyota
Toyota
Prius v Toyota
Toyota
Prius Plug-in Hybrid

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