Toyota COMS (2 G.) `2012 - Квадрицикл (Япония)
HW100 - 45000
UAW55 - 105000
RRW100 - 175000
PKRR - 7500

Second generation
A show car of the second-generation COMS was unveiled at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show, with the production version being introduced by Toyota Auto Body in July 2012.
The car has a full-charge range of 50 kilometres under JC08, and fully charges in about 6 hours using a 100 V home grid. It has a maximum speed of 60 km/h (37 mph). The single motor delivers a power of 5 kilowatts (6.8 PS) to the rear wheels, with a torque output of 40 N⋅m (30 lb⋅ft). The 12 V lead-acid battery pack has a capacity of 52 Ah. The second-generation COMS also has various comfort improvements compared to its predecessor: a more comfortable ride, a driving position comparable to that of a larger car, and a turning radius of 3.2 metres. The car frame is made up of steel. The car's suspension is made up of MacPherson struts in the front and a beam axle in the rear, with front disc brakes and rear drum brakes.
While the production car only has one seat, there were plans to install an extra seat and seat belt in the cargo area that would "the COMS into a two-passenger vehicle allowed on public roads".
In Japan, the COMS is a light vehicle classified as a type 1 motorised quadricycle (原動機付自転車 , gendōki-tsuki jitensha) according to the Road Transport Vehicle Act (道路運送車両法 , Dōro Unsō Sharyō-hō) and as a minicar (ミニカー, minikā) according to the Road Traffic Act (道路交通法 , Dōro Kōtsū-hō).
Trims and revisions
The second-generation COMS is offered in two trims: the P-COM for individual use and the B-COM for business use. The B-COM has three body variations: delivery, deck, and basic. The P-COM has a weight of 420 kg (930 lb), while the B-COM has a weight of 420-430 kg (930-950 lb).
In April 2022, Toyota Auto Body introduced a revised COMS. Most trims increased its loading capacity from 30 kg (66 lb) to 45 kg (99 lb) and B-COM's deck variant to up to 90 kg (200 lb). There were other minor changes as a longer charging cable and styling revisions.
In October 2022, the company launched a special limited version of the P-COM trim to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the COMS launching. The version's equipment includes aluminium wheels, sun visors and accessory sockets. It also has a two tone colouring scheme exclusive for the model as an optional.
Markets and sales
In Indonesia, the COMS is only used as a rental car for tourists in Nusa Dua, Bali, alongside the Toyota C+pod.
As of March 2022, the second-generation COMS has sold 9,500 units.

First-generation COMS (en)