There are a multitude of theories. But the most substantial of them seems to be that the emissions control laws do not allow you to switch from one 'fuel' to another, nor do they allow you to 'alter' the emissions control system on a car. In its urgency to get the vehicle to market and the potential cost and time involved in getting such a novel device approved Toyota simply decided to leave it off of the NA vehicles.sprett said:
Mabye because we've already beaten this subject to a bloody mishapen death in similar threads. :arrow: :shock:BIF said:Hmmm, not nice to interject politics into a thread about the EV switch, which is so totally unrelated to politics.
Why was that necessary? :?
Sprett, obviously my light-hearted remarks have hit a nerve. Perhaps when you've read more of my musings, you'll learn not to take me so seriously.sprett said:Hey Melgish, sorry for driving a lap on what you consider to be your track... I didn´t know that you had made up rules for what questions that ´s allowed to ask at this forum. Sure, I could have looked around closer, but I can´t understand why you bother to read and respond to the threads if you already have all the answers?
Yes.Hep said:The fun on these threads is the give and take, and adding your own two cents worth. Reading old threads just isn't the same. Let the new posters rehash the EV switch, tire pressure, and even the stupid little snowflake light.