There are still a few months to meet the next Toyota Prius, but today we bring these images that seem to show what will be the final design of the new Toyota Prius and Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid . After many delays to launch this new generation, it appears that Toyota will unveil the final design and specifications of the new Toyota Prius later this year. Technologically speaking aims to provide an evolution with respect to what is already known yet Toyota does want to mark a turning point in its design and concept to make Prius reaches a wider audience.
The secret of the new Toyota Prius to lower consumption will be in your email, nothing revolutionary new engines or systems
If we rely on these images that have been filtered by Autonet, this is a risky design for the fourth generation of the Toyota Prius. What is not in doubt is that the inspiration of the Toyota Mirai , the first car fuel cell Hydrogen Toyota, collecting certain details of their design to deliver something new in his peculiar style Body Kammback .
Toyota confirmed that the new Toyota Prius delays responding to the need to ensure compliance with the specifications that had been proposed as a target in this new generation . Based on the same concept of the engine 1.8 petrol Atkinson, electric motor and change type e-CVT Toyota has focused on improving the entire power electronics for unprecedented leap in efficiency . Although it could have opted for a propulsion plant new bill, the recipe of the new Prius will enhance every detail of the energy management system to provide better fuel consumption. [1.99901 million]
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Again Toyota Prius will have its (body blue in the picture) plug-in hybrid version based on the use of lithium-ion batteries with greater capacity than the conventional Prius, and with the possibility to recharge these batteries through an external connector. In the current generation Toyota Prius PHEV was achieved approving a consumption of 2.1 l / 100 km thanks to a range of 23 kilometers, for this new generation is expected to significantly improve these figures facing the gap with the recent wave of plug-in hybrids that have hit the market as the Ford Focus C-Max Energi Plug-In, Audi A3 e-tron or Volkswagen Golf GTE . [1.99901 million]
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