The 2018 Toyota Camry will be priced from $24,380, including delivery, when it goes on sale this summer — a $425 increase compared with the base 2017 Camry. Riding on an evolution of the Prius and C-HR’s Toyota New Global Architecture,...Show More Summary
The Toyota Prius C has been given another makeover in its home market of Japan, including the more significant addition of a crossover-style variant. Known back home as the Aqua, the Prius C gets subtle revisions to the headlights, grille, and front bumper, along with reworked tail-lights. Updated wheel and tyre packages complete the exterior changes. Inside, […]
The Prius Prime offers more eco-engagement than the Hyundai Ioniq Plug-In Hybrid. Continue reading The techie choice | 2017 Toyota Prius Prime Quick Spin The techie choice | 2017 Toyota Prius Prime Quick Spin originally appeared on Autoblog on Wed, 14 Jun 2017 12:01:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
The hybrid model gets two more miles to the gallon than the Toyota Prius, and it looks and drives more like a regular gas-powered car.
Pixar’s Brian Fee on his love for his 1982 Cutlass Supreme, the decline of Toyota’s Prius design and why a BIC is still his go-to pen.
The Toyota Prius Prime Plug-in Hybrid-Electric (PHEV) is new to the market and already outselling the Tesla Model S, Model X, Chevy Volt, and Bolt. The car is catching on with consumers becasue Toyota is already a leader in hybrid technology and a trusted brand. It has a number of advantages that consumers seem to […]
The battle for the top electric vehicle sales title is underway between Toyota’s Prius Prime and GM’s Chevrolet Volt and Bolt Emerging EV Sales Battle In The US: Prius Prime vs. The Bolt was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
Making its way around the internet lately is this photo of a Toyota Prius, tastefully modified by its present owner. Dancing boldly across the side of the hybrid is the iconic 1990s teal and purple Solo Cup theme. This jazzy decal is well known to anyone who has drank a beverage between 1992 and now. Show More Summary
As I noted last month, due to Tesla's higher and higher production rates and little insight into where those cars are shipped, we've decided to stop estimating Tesla's US sales/deliveries. That said, generally speaking, we expect that Tesla ships approximately 2,000–3,000 Model S and Model X each (so, 4,000–6,000 combined) to US customers. Show More Summary
We sample every Prime in the range to reach a single verdict.
With the world's first international giant robot fight just a few months away, team America has revealed its contender. The MegaBots Mk.III combat robot made its hulking debut at Maker Faire Bay Area, and took the opportunity to beat...Show More Summary
The 2017 Ioniq Hybrid is Hyundai's fuel-efficient challenger to the Toyota Prius, America's best-selling gasoline-electric hybrid.
The Note e-Power is a best-seller in Japan already.
Toyota said Wednesday its annual net profit fell for the first time in five years, with the Japanese automaker unexpectedly warning of more declines as a stronger yen takes a bite out of its bottom line. The Corolla and Prius hybridShow More Summary
Choosing between the standard Prius and the plug-in Prime isn't as simple as you might think, so here are five things to help you decide.
The new plug-in Prime adds 25 miles of electric range and up to 133 mpge to the Prius' already solid green car formula, but is it enough?
One man died in a crash involving a garbage truck and a Toyota Prius on Ortega Highway on Wednesday, April 19, authorities said.
The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime gains a whole lot of plugin hybrid efficiency, but makes some a few interesting compromises to get there.
The standard safety system adds value, though. Continue reading Toyota adds Prius One trim at lower price of $24,360 Toyota adds Prius One trim at lower price of $24,360 originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 18 Apr 2017 15:00:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments