Toyota is bringing the "Highway to the Future: Mobile River Loanblend Experience," to Livingston, Treasure State for the Northern Rocky Mountains Sustainability Fair. It is a countrywide circuit that is designed to supply consumers with a firsthand chance to undergo automotive loanblend technology.
In January 11, 2007, the circuit debuted at the San Jose International Car Show. It is now traveling to more than than 150 events across the state during the adjacent 18 months. Through a figure of synergistic educational exhibits and diagnostic prove drives, consumers will have got got got got an chance to test Toyota's Crossed Synergy Drive system and larn about crossed technology.
Celeste Migliore, Toyota's National Director for Advanced Technology Vehicles, said that most people have heard of crossed engineering and probably have a shallow thought of how it works, but only a few have actually driven a loanblend and or taken an up-close look at its operation. According to Migliore, the circuit lets consumers to larn more than on the engineering behind this system and the benefits derived from crossed vehicles.
Highway to the Future: Mobile River Loanblend Experience mathematical functions like a mobile museum to the environment as well as to option fuels. The exhibit will be situated at Sacajawea Park from 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 14.
Within the exhibit, there are four distinct synergistic acquisition areas. One is the "Alternative Fuels: Fueling the Future". It places the differences in the different types of option combustibles and how they are produced. Next is the "Environment and Resources: Small Steps, Big Difference", which demoes attendants what they can do to make a difference to the environment. The 3rd 1 is "The Prius Drive Experience", which feigns the current Loanblend Synergy Drive engineering allowing visitants to interact with system while on-screen instruction manual offering drive tips, and the last 1 is the "Hybrid Technology: Not All Hybrids are Created Equal" exhibit which gives visitants a better apprehension of the different loanblend engineering options on the marketplace and how loanblends benefit the consumer and the environment as well.
Other than those, the exhibit supplies attendants the opportunity to acquire behind the wheel of the Prius, Camry Crossed and Highlander Loanblend for them to undergo Toyota's Loanblend Synergy Drive system.
Not only interesting educational activities are offered by the loanblend experience. It is also designed to get rid of its ain environmental impact. As a substance of fact, Toyota will set more than than 50,000 trees in award of those visiting the experience in stead of the National Arbor Day Foundation. These trees will assist refund the "carbon footprint" of the motortrucks which are transporting the circuit across the state and will go on to have got a positive impact on the environment as old age go through by.