Toyota Rav4 used for new electric vehicle in Israel

A toyota motor vehicle used in Israel for electric cars has been sold to a local car dealership, in an attempt to boost sales of electric vehicles in the country.

The Rav4 is a 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol engine that uses an electric motor to provide the power.

The battery pack on the Rav4 has a capacity of 300Wh and can charge a full charge in as little as 12 hours.

Toyota has a history of building electric vehicles.

In 2005, the Japanese automaker launched the Rav2 EV, a small, four-door electric car with a range of around 60 miles, which was released in Japan, the US, Canada and Germany.

The Rav2 was also released in Israel, where the first production of the Rav3 EV began production in 2012.

In 2017, Toyota announced plans to build a new version of the car called the Rav6, which is powered by a 2-liter engine that has a range up to 100 miles.

The company announced a new partnership with the Israeli government earlier this year that will see the vehicle manufactured in Israel.

In 2018, Toyota introduced the Rav7, which has a power of up to 300Wh.