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Click show for a short list of the current PHEV conversion and kit options for the Toyota Prius.

For Prius conversion details see the Prius PHEV article and comparisons table.

  1. Ron's Original PriusPlus History and current Contactor Based PriusPlus documentation for DIY projects.
  2. Ryan's PriusBlue is the testbed for DC-DC PFC Based PiPrius kits and documentation for DIY projects.
  3. Toyota OEM Prius PHEV and Prime Could use some work on this page
  4. Enginer China. But the rest of these appear to all be defunct as of 2020?
  5. |~- Hybrids-Plus USA/Colorado/Li -~|~- EnergyCS USA -~|~- Hymotion USA/Canada -~|~- Amberjac UK. -~|~- EDrive USA -~| Peter mentioned Plug-In Conversions |~-

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--={ Doc Process }={ Mechanical }={ Electrical }={ Electronic }={ Interest }={ Talk:PriusPlus Main Discussion }=--

--={ Historic }={ Battery }={ Schematics }={ PseudoCode }={ Photos }=--

Team Photo from the PriusPlus conversion of Sven's Prius from Nov 2006.

This is the home of the PRIUS+ PHEV DIY (Do-it-Yourself) documentation. These pages are currently anonymously editable, which may change in the future. Please feel free to use the Discussion page for general discussion and commentary on the main article. If you would like to add to an existing section use the "edit" link near that topic's heading. Don't forget to use the Summary field to describe your changes. While editing use the "Show Preview" button to make sure your changes look like you expect them to, before you click "Save Page".

Please feel free to add any new comments, questions, or thoughts by clicking on the "+" link at the top of this page next to edit. Then enter a brief description in the "Subject/Headline" field followed by your comments in the large text area. Use the "Show Preview" button to make sure it looks like you expect it to before you clicking "Save Page".

If you would like to add to an existing discussion use the "edit" link near that topics heading. You can use multiple ":" characters to indent replies, otherwise someone will be around to cleanup and keep the page organized, so don't be bashful. --Rjf 23:45, 4 October 2006 (CDT)

Example Topic

This is an example of a particular topic... --Rjf 23:51, 4 October 2006 (CDT)

An indented reply, click the edit link (to the right of this "Example Topic" heading) to see what this example looks like. The edit link at the very top of the page will edit the whole page which could get large and difficult to follow.
Try to add a comment to the Summary box before you "Save page".
Another reply to the first reply or something. You can sign your comments with the signature button above the large edit box, the one to the left of the ---- bar. --(User: 00:24, 5 October 2006 (CDT)

Perhaps a new tangent related to this topic that can be made into a whole new topic if it warrants that in the future.

Don't forget the "Check spelling" feature...

PriusPlus History article reorganization

We need to reorganize a number of the existing historical PriusPlus pages to make way for the new documentation... In the end this PriusPlus PHEV article will be named PriusPlus which will have moved to PriusPlus History. The bulk of the reorganization should be finished, remaining items are bold.

New potential menu/navigation hierarchy:

Heavily inclusive Templates:

Overall feedback

Congradulations, I am immensley impressed by your committment and attention to detail. What troubles me so far is the small return for the outlay of time and money invested. It sounds to me like the components will have to be obtained in quanity to make it more practical. Thankyou for the dedication to solving this dilemma. K.J. in Michigan with a blue 04 Prius.

07 Prius Conversion

I have just purchased an 07 Prius and would like to complete a PHEV conversion in the next couple months. Has anyone done an 07 conversion yet? Are there any significant changes from 06? Thanks, Dave

I believe someone has mentioned plans to begin an 07 conversion soon, and there are no significant changes from 06 to 07. The only change was made in early 06 when the Multi Function Display MFD went from using analog to digital video signals, so a CAN-View version 3 is used in 04-05 and early 06 with analog screens, while a new version 4 with it's own additional screen is used in the newer Prius, and perhaps other types of hybrids. --Rjf 14:14, 11 April 2007 (CDT)
Where are you located Dave? DWS 22 May, 2007


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