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Few manufacturers have the hybrid history of Toyota , which launched its first petrol-electric Prius back in 1997. Since then, the brand has slowly rolled the tech out across its range, meaning it’s now possible to drive a dual-fuel version of the Yaris supermini, Auris hatchback and, of course, the recently launched Mk4 Prius . However, this is the first time Toyota has given its rugged RAV4 SUV the hybrid treatment.

Sister firm Lexus donates the drivetrain from its NX 300h , meaning the RAV4 gets a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, electric motor, continuously variable automatic transmission and a relatively old-fashioned nickel metal hydride battery pack. Entry-level Business Edition models are front-wheel drive, yet all other versions feature an extra electric motor connected to the back axle to deliver four-wheel drive. Yet while the technology isn’t exactly cutting edge, the Toyota’s figures look good. For instance, our flagship four-wheel-drive Excel car claims 55.4mpg economy and CO2 emissions of 118g/km. But is the on-road reality a match for the on-paper promise?

Prod the RAV4’s starter button, and the dashboard lights and instruments burst into life with no engine sound coming from under the bonnet. Gently squeeze the throttle, and the Toyota moves silently away on battery power alone. It will maintain this neat trick for around a mile at speeds of up to 40mph, before the petrol engine fires. At this point, the electric motor is there to provide extra muscle until the battery regains its charge.

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Amazon Echo is designed around your voice. It's always on—just ask for information, music, news, weather, and more. Echo begins working as soon as it hears you say the wake word, "Alexa." It's also an expertly-tuned speaker that can fill any room with immersive sound.

My echo arrived last week. My early view agrees with most of the reviews out there. No one really needs this yet as it doesn't do enough, but it's kind of a cool tech toy and an interesting preview of where things are heading.

- The speed and quality of voice recognition and its own voice is very very good, very quick and natural. The mic/speaker tech in this is very nice.

Few manufacturers have the hybrid history of Toyota , which launched its first petrol-electric Prius back in 1997. Since then, the brand has slowly rolled the tech out across its range, meaning it’s now possible to drive a dual-fuel version of the Yaris supermini, Auris hatchback and, of course, the recently launched Mk4 Prius . However, this is the first time Toyota has given its rugged RAV4 SUV the hybrid treatment.

Sister firm Lexus donates the drivetrain from its NX 300h , meaning the RAV4 gets a 2.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, electric motor, continuously variable automatic transmission and a relatively old-fashioned nickel metal hydride battery pack. Entry-level Business Edition models are front-wheel drive, yet all other versions feature an extra electric motor connected to the back axle to deliver four-wheel drive. Yet while the technology isn’t exactly cutting edge, the Toyota’s figures look good. For instance, our flagship four-wheel-drive Excel car claims 55.4mpg economy and CO2 emissions of 118g/km. But is the on-road reality a match for the on-paper promise?

Prod the RAV4’s starter button, and the dashboard lights and instruments burst into life with no engine sound coming from under the bonnet. Gently squeeze the throttle, and the Toyota moves silently away on battery power alone. It will maintain this neat trick for around a mile at speeds of up to 40mph, before the petrol engine fires. At this point, the electric motor is there to provide extra muscle until the battery regains its charge.

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