Toyota is finally getting the car it needs to build a $5.6 trillion business: Ruf
Toyota is a pioneer in the mass market, but that doesn’t mean the company can’t get ahead of the curve in the autonomous car market.
That’s exactly what the automaker announced today.
Toyota’s Ruf has the necessary components, the right mix of features and the right drivers, all of which should make it a great vehicle for the future.
Toyota also says it’s getting ready to put the Ruf on public roads by the end of 2019, which is a major milestone for a company that hasn’t really had an autonomous car on the road since the Toyota Prius was released in 2009.
Toyota has been working on the Rugged Ruf since 2017, and now it’s finally ready to go on public roadways.
Here’s everything you need to know about Toyota’s autonomous car, the RUF.
What’s the RUGGER?
Toyota’s latest RUGGED car, called the RUC, is the latest version of the RUST, the company’s self-driving car, which debuted in 2009 and has been hailed as the most advanced self-propelled vehicle on the planet.
The RUC is based on Toyota’s Lexus RX450h.
The company has been building the RURF since 2014, which was a first-generation vehicle, and it is now on its second generation.
The next-generation RUGGE is the company ‘s answer to the Toyota RURC, and will use an upgraded version of Toyota’s Infiniti Q50 architecture.
Its specs are the same as the RUMC, but it will have the same payload capacity, range, top speed and more.
The new RUGU is a hybrid, which means it has no gasoline engine.
It will be the first of a new class of RUGGES that Toyota will release in 2019.
Why did Toyota launch the RUU?
Toyota made a splash with the RUMP in 2016, and was immediately sold on the idea of bringing a self-driven vehicle to the market.
The idea of a self drive car was attractive, and so Toyota was excited to build the RUBU, which it called the “future of mobility,” to make that dream a reality.
The prototype RUG was designed to take over the wheel of a Toyota Corolla, which makes the Ruge the second most powerful car on earth.
But it has to be said, the design of the Toyota Corollas, and the styling of the car, were the perfect combination of the traditional car and the future-oriented concept.
Toyota went back to the drawing board to create the RUNGE, which has been the companys flagship vehicle for years.
It is the ultimate in performance and utility, and that’s exactly the combination that Toyota is aiming to achieve with its RUGUE.
Why are Toyota and Lexus in this race?
Toyota and Toyota have long been rivals in the self-drive car market, and both of them are aiming to win the future race in the coming years.
Toyota, for instance, has a patent on a self driving system for its Prius that would put the company in a better position than the other major competitors to dominate the market in the near future.
But Lexus is also in the race, and with its new RUC prototype, it has an even better opportunity to build on the success of the first generation RUG and go after the top spot in the market by the year 2020.
What’s Toyota’s vision for the RUCK and RUU cars?
Toyota is going to take its RURGED, RUM and RUG products and use them as the foundation for a new generation of self-drivers, and Lexis is taking the RUGE, RUGS and RUCKS to the next level with its vision for a fully autonomous vehicle.
The future is bright for Toyota, and in the meantime, Lexus has a lot of work to do to be ready for the challenges ahead.
What do I need to buy?
The RUG, RUR and RUUE vehicles will be available to buy in 2019 and will be on public streets by the start of 2020.
The first of those vehicles will have a maximum speed of 130 miles per hour, and there will be an 8.5-second gear limit.
The cost will be about $7,500 for the basic RUG model, and a $3,500 premium for the luxury RUG version.
That $3 of extra cash will go towards the RUSGE, a hybrid that has a range of 300 miles, a top speed of 140 mph, and has a fuel economy of 15.4 mpg, which ranks the luxury model among the most efficient vehicles on the market, according to the auto research firm Edmunds.
The RUG will be equipped with eight sensors that are connected to cameras and sensors that detect when it is going 60 mph, the range of its braking and traction control systems, the speed