2016 Toyota Prius: Our best look yet
These photos showed up on the Prius Club Malaysia Facebook page (thanks, World Car Fans), and include an up-close view of the angular-yet-curvy rear end. The car's overall shape hasn't changed much, but as we said before, the Prius seems a little longer, probably to help with aerodynamics.
The new Prius is expected to be powered by a 1.8-liter four-cylinder engine and an electric motor, good for about 150 total horsepower. Electric driving range is said to be around 35 miles, as well – a nice improvement over the current car's 11 miles of EV travel.
Toyota will show the highly anticipated, fourth-generation Prius at an event in early September. Naturally, we'll be on hand, so stay tuned for the official details in the not-too-distant future.
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