The Toyota C+pod (stylized as C+pod) is a two-seater battery electric kei car manufactured by the Japanese automaker Toyota. Its design was previewed by the Ultra-Compact BEV concept car from October 2019, and its production form was revealed on 25 December 2020. The first batch will be for sale limited to corporate users, local governments and other organizations in Japan. It will be sold to individual customers in 2022.
Due to its dimensions, it qualifies under the kei car dimension category in Japan. It is the latest vehicle not to use up the maximum dimensions allowed for by the kei car regulations after the Subaru R1.
|Vehicle category (Road Transport Vehicle Act)||Minivehicle||Ultra-compact mobility (type approval)|
|Length x Width x Height||(mm)||2,490 x 1,290 x 1,550|
|Track||(mm)||Fr: 1,105 / Rr: 1,095|
|Minimum ground clearance||(mm)||145|
|Minimum turning radius||(m)||3.9|
|Motor||Type||1RM (Permanent magnet electric motor)|
|Main drive battery||Type||Lithium-ion battery|
|Range on single charge||WLTC mode, Class 1 test cycle||(km)||150|
|AC electric power consumption rate||WLTC mode, Class 1 test cycle||(Wh/km)||54|
|Charging time||Standard charge||Single phase, 200V/16A||Approx. 5 hours (Fully charged)|
|Single phase, 100V/6A||Approx. 16 hours (Fully charged)|
|Suspension||FrStrut coil spring suspension with stabilizerRrTorsion beam type coil spring suspension|
|Brakes||FrDisc brakesRrLeading/trailing shoe type drum brakes|
|Tire size||155/70R13 75S|