Technically Incorrect: Toyota used the Super Bowl to suggest that the environmentally friendly Prius is now an object of extreme desire. Is this faintly ridiculous?
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Cast members from HBO’s The Wire reunite in Toyota Prius’ 2016 Super Bowl commercial! James Ransone, Chris Bauer and Pablo Schreiber, who played members of the Sobotka family in the show’s second season, hop in a red Prius as a getaway vehicle after robbing a bank in the ad. The characters zoom through city streets [...]
Among this year's celeb-filled deluge of Super Bowl commercials was one spot aimed at those viewers familiar with a particular TV clan. To promote the all-new 2016 Prius, Toyota wrangled three of The Wire's Sobotkas (Chris Bauer, Pablo Schreiber, and James Ransone), plus one, to pull off a heist. The... More »
Back in the dark days of automotive history, fuel was cheap and plentiful and Detroit dinosaurs ruled the Earth. Then the Prius came along, offering the first practical hybrid solution, and became the bestselling car in California. Almost a decade later, fuel is cheap and plentiful again, and a...
This video is a whole lot of wut, but hey... it sounds pretty good! If you didn't have your afternoon cup of coffee yet, you can skip it. This video's got enough hype in it to keep you going until tomorrow. I don't feel any increased urge to drive a hybrid vehicle now, but I might be looking at my cup holder a little differently now. Show More Summary
Toyota has gone full metal with its new Super Bowl ad, featuring the new Prius, a Gibson Flying V, a keytar, and a granny flashing the sign of the horns. Continue reading Toyota Prius Super Bowl commercial is so metal, bro Toyota Prius Super Bowl commercial is so metal, bro originally appeared on Autoblog on Thu, 04 Feb 2016 13:45:00 EST. Show More Summary
The Flanders-approved "Heck on Wheels" teases the agency's Super Bowl spot promoting the Toyota Prius.
The Toyota Prius has been called many things, but never a "badass." Until now. The automaker is bringing the Prius to the Super Bowl for the first time in 11 years, beginning with the amusing 90-second teaser spot below, which comically positions the upgraded hybrid as a road-conquering dragster for the 9-to-5 set. Show More Summary
Think a hybrid car like a Prius is just eco-stodgy? Toyota's hoping you'll think again after this high-energy commercial set to air Sunday.
A Super Bowl ad for the Toyota Prius this Sunday will make no mention of its gas mileage efficiency, its hybrid engine or its eco-friendliness Instead, the mid-size hatchback will be tearing through residential zones, insolently splashing...Show More Summary
Toyota Prius V may be on the proverbial chopping block after company debuted the RAV4 Hybrid. Continue reading Toyota hints at shrinking Prius family Toyota hints at shrinking Prius family originally appeared on Autoblog on Tue, 02 Feb 2016 15:45:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
A Prius with a V8? Now, that's the craziest thing we've ever heard in awhile. However, that's exactly what Toyota and the APR Racing team have cooked up for the GT300 class of the 2016 Super GT racing series. See also: Faraday Future's...Show More Summary
Toyota has a team of anime girls in Japan to sell the fourth-generation Prius in Japan through some bizarre advertising. The characters personify every bit of the car, including the engine, soundproofing, and the door chime. Continue...Show More Summary
APR Racing's Toyota Prius GT300 racer is set to take on the competition in Japan's SuperGT series with a new, aggressive look and a 3.4-liter V8 hybrid. Continue reading Toyota Prius GT300 racecar hits the track as a V8 hybrid [w/video]...Show More Summary
This is the world's flashiest Toyota Prius, modified and tuned by the "yes you can too polish a turd" folks at Tokyo-based Kuhl Racing. It kind of reminds me of the iridescent sheen you sometimes see on roast beef. The modifications include "an original front diffuser, side step, and rear spoiler in a four point body kit. Show More Summary
APR Racing's Prius boasts a 3.5-liter V6.
If you’ve ever sat front seat in a Prius, or really any moderately new Toyota, then you’ve experienced its rear-view camera that pops up whenever you throw your auto in reverse. But what if someone had more artistic aspirations for that camera? Turns out that’s probably a bad idea. Read more...
If you think it’s challenging getting quality footage from smartphones, you might as well not even bother attempting this feat. LA-based YouTube crew Mommy Comedy has created a feature film using only a Toyota Prius back-up camera as the recording tool. This six-and-a-half minute video gives us a tongue-in-cheek behind-the-scenes look at what it took [...]Show More Summary