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Sat Nov 5, 2016, 09:32 PM

11. There’s nothing new here, aside from an improved/safer battery

Their road map hasn’t changed.

[font face=Serif][font size=5]Prius Family: Which One Is Right For Me?[/font]

by Philippe Crowe | December 14, 2012

[font size=3]Toyota’s Prius is very often among the first to be thought of when one considers purchasing a hybrid car. This is not too surprising as Toyota created the hybrid segment when launching the original Prius 12 years ago.

Since then, Prius grew from being a model to becoming a family of models and turned into a sub-brand under the Toyota umbrella.

Today, Toyota offers three hybrid vehicles under the Prius name: the subcompact Prius c introduced in 2012; the third generation of the original, which Toyota has begun calling the Prius Liftback; and the tall wagon Prius v, also introduced as a 2012 model year product.

A fourth Prius, we will come back to in another article is the Prius Plug-In, a variation on the Liftback which can be plugged into a household electrical outlet for the batteries to be charged.


Maybe this time, the Prius PHV will sell more than a handful of cars…

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