Toyota revealed the next-generation 2016 Prius hybrid in a flashy presentation, build up the hybrid car’s smoother new lines. It says it will add another 10 percent to its already remarkable fuel economy mark.
The fuel-economy increase should enable Toyota to uphold the 2016 Prius as the country’s gas-mileage champion among cars with an average of about 55 miles per gallon and don’t come with a plug.
The existing 2015 Prius is ranked at 50mpg. It will be aided by a battery with higher energy density and a lighter hybrid components.
Toyota says it will introduce an “Eco” version of the Prius, which is unfamiliar since the whole point of the existing car is to be easy on gas and economic friendly.
Interesting feature of the new Prius is its innovative looks, with a high-tech looking front end, intense creases running along the sides and fresh, dramatically vertical rear light. The innovative generation will have additional passenger room as it is 2.4 inches longer, 0.6 inches wider and 0.8 inches lower than the previous Prius.
The general manager of the Toyota Division, Bill Fay stated that, the Prius sets the global yardstick for hybrids, but now is breaking its own limits with new attractive style and fun-to-drive changing aspects.
The magnificent unveiling shows Toyota’s confidence in the resurrection of a model whose sales seem linked to the gas prices.
Before it became a household name when gas prices peaked in 2008, it was around for about eight years. It has seen sales swoons when gas prices increased. But compared to the same period prices last year they are down by 16.8% through the first eight months of the year.
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