Showing posts with label Toyota Prius. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Toyota Prius. Show all posts

Toyota Prius C

Friday, January 24, 2014

2012 Toyota Prius C Side Angle
2012 Toyota Prius C From being a fan of hybrid car, fuel, or just sipping green cars is now hip, it only seems natural for Toyota to try and have their Prius for young people around the world. Before all that happens to have to rethink their approach and created an entirely new version of its Prius as a Toyota Prius C. Ok, it may not be different, but it's something youthful about it Toyota Prius C.

2012 Toyota Prius C Turing
What the Japanese really hope will make the 2012 Toyota Prius C more appealing to the tree hugging hip youngsters is the price. For a while it had been missing from the picture but it’s now officially out there. Like they’ve originally claimed, you can get a brand new Toyota Prius C for under 19.000 dollars in the United States but as you’d imagine, that only applies for the base model and is subject to a condition. A Prius C One, as the base model is called, costs the average American youngster 18.950 USD 2012 Toyota Prius C.

Toyota Prius Next Generation Hybrid Car

Monday, April 18, 2011

toyota-prius-2012-generationAccording to Auto Observer, Toyota is preparing the next generation for the year 2009 launch of the Prius. The new Prius will be powered by a 1.8 liter engine and will come with nickel metal hydride batteries to start. It is expected that the Prius will get bigger in size.

2011 Toyota Prius Hybrid Car

2011-toyota-prius-hybrid-carToyota announces 2011 all new cars hybrid Prius. Backed by a four-cylinder engine 1.8-liter VVT-i offers 98 hp at 5200 rpm and 105 lb-ft of torque at 4,000 rpm. Magnet 2011 Toyota Prius electric motor's synchronous, on the other hand, provides 80 hp and153 lb-ft of torque. It features fuel-efficient 50 mpg.

toyota-prius-advertisement2011 Toyota Prius offers three driving modes: EV-Drive Mode allows driving on battery power alone at low speeds for about a mile, if conditions permit. There is also a Power Mode, which increases sensitivity to throttle input for a sportier feel, and an Eco Mode, which helps the driver achieve their best mileage.