2009 RAV4 Limited Electric Vehicle

This is a new project that we have under development at
The Green Car Company.
We are in the process of converting six 2009 RAV4 Limited SUVs to be pure electric vehicles with lithium-ion (LiFFePO4) battery packs (34.5 kwh).

Our expert technicians have converted several used RAV4 SUVs to be pure electric vehicles. Now we are raising the stakes and preparing to convert brand new 2009 RAV4 Limited edition SUVs.

These vehicles will be highway capable with a top speed of 90+ mph and a range of 100 to 130 miles, depending on the driving style and terrain. They will be rechargable on 220 volts / 30 amps or 110 volts / 15 amps.

The 2009 RAV4 Limited will have the leather interior with the latest 2009 options available from Toyota.
If the customer has a specific preference for color or options in the RAV4 that is converted, it is best to contact us ASAP and we can make sure that one of the SUVs that we convert meets your choices.

Our cost efficiences are improved by converting six vehicles at the same time. This reduces the expenses significantly and enables us to pass these savings on to the future owner. These vehicles will be eligible for the federal plug-in tax credits of $7,500. In addition, many states have sales tax or income tax savings that this vehicle will qualify for.

The Green Car Company has converted over 150 Toyota Prius cars to the Hymotion plug-in battery system. Our group has the knowledge, experience and skill to perform these conversions and provide support going forward.

If you have an interest, please contact James at admin@peakoilgarage.com.



  1. $50k? Does that include the cost of the RAV4?

    If so, where does the line begin?


    • Hello there,
      Just wonder how much do you charge for a complete conversion kit for Toyota Prius and if you can please attach prices for a new 2009 Toyota Rav EV converted.

      Many thanks
      Brisbane Australia

  2. Yes, it does include the 2009 RAV4 Limited. The exact pricing is not set yet. We can some cost efficiencies by doing six at a time. We are currently getting our exact costs established, then we will set a price and get five serious customers to place a fully refundable deposit. Perhaps $3,000 to $5,000.

    I am likely going to keep one of the six vehicles as a marketing vehicle for the company. So that we can have one available for customer test drives, shows, marketing, etc.

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  4. This 2009 Rav4 EV project does sound pretty interesting, but what I’m really looking for is an EV conversion of a car that has adaptive cruise control. Cars like the 2009 Toyota Avalon, 2009 Acura RL, 2009 Chrysler 300, 2010 Ford Taurus, 2010 Hyundai Genesis, etc… There are many cars out there with this feature. Contact me if you guys can produce an EV conversion with adaptive cruise control.

  5. I am interested in finding out more about this. I am participating in the Mini-E trial and am particularly interested in a car to take its place after the trial is over. I am a bit skeptical of the range stated given the pack stats are the same as the mini-e and the vehicle is quite a bit larger though. Will you be able to fit in regenerative braking?

  6. How is this project progressing? I would have thought that given the positive comments when Toyota produced a factory EV RAV that people would jump at this offer. I know I would if it were in Australia for that price. Perhaps evcomponents will offer a kit with full instrcuctions for those of use overseas?!

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