My RAV4 EV 2012 is just a month old and I have changed the badges on the front and back to make it more to my liking ( the attached photos). Toyota calls it the 2nd generation RAV4 EV. Under ideal conditions, driven on the freeway at 55 mph and if the traffic is not stop and go and you have a very light accelerator foot, you can get well over 130 miles on a single charge. I did a 100 mile trip the other day with 30 miles left on the range meter. I found there are many more charging stations around than those listed on the car’s navigation map, that’s more than the number of gas stations locally, so range is not a problem for me. The acceleration is just unbelievable even when you are not in sport mode. Toyota made the ride a little stiff to support the 840 pound battery. It comes with a Tesla battery, controls and drive motor with the only options of silver, blue or white, I got the white one. Charging at home is quite magical, just plug it into the 40 amp charger and after midnight it turns on the charger and fills up the car, also the electric company charges only 10 cents a kwh at that time. Toyota is building only 2600 of these vehicles to comply with California’s regulations and after that the Canadians won’t be making any more. I was put through a special signing ceremony at the dealership to drill it into me that this car has no gas engine, the batteries have a finite life and if taken it out of California I can‘t get the car serviced. This car is not for everyone, it’s pricey and has a limited range on a single charge, but is the most fun car I’ve ever had and I’m not burning gas doing it.