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Toyota widens the Prius appeal

Greater efficiency and improved quality

28th February, 2016
At lower speeds the new Toyota Prius is exceptionally quiet, spending more of its time in electric-only mode than before

The apparently squinting face of the all-new Toyota Prius may be eye-catching enough to cause observers to squint back, but there’s no doubt that its styling is divisive. There is a purpose to it though, other than splitting opinion. The slippery aerodynamics reduce drag and improve the new car’s fuel economy – and efficiency is the order of the day here.

Built using an entirely new approach to vehicular platform design,...

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