Toyota revealed the 2016 Prius in Las Vegas and we asked some visiting tourists what they thought of the new hybrid.
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Sebastian: [00:00:00] Hello everybody, Sebastian here with Autoblog and AutoblogGreen at the reveal of the 2016 Toyota Prius, this is the 4th generation of the world's best selling hybrid. We just got to see it descend from up on high. It's going to have its fans and the people who don't like it so much. We wanted to go to the streets and see what people themselves think, so let's go listen.

Alex: [00:00:30] The Prius looks pretty much like a Prius, they just changed a couple dimensions on it. It's probably super rad and some people have probably a really nice idea of it. Gas prices are super cheap right now, so you're going to see that influx of SUV's and everybody buying up the cars and it's not going to be as popular anymore because that's just how it is.

Joanna: It looks really cute, it's really nice, it is really modern and futuristic looking, I really like it.

Xavier: [00:01:00] I really like the new models, they look cooler. I feel like for the longest time the Prius had a shape that ... It was never a car that a dude like me could look at and be like, "Oh that's a really good looking model." Now that I'm looking at this one, this one looks cool, man. I like the back, I like the way it curves at the back. I like the headlights too, the headlights are pretty sick.

Sebastian: We heard from a few people this evening in downtown Las Vegas or at least on the strip. It's been awhile since the event but I had my pictures loaded up on my iPad and I showed them to [00:01:30] people who are walking by and I got a few to share thoughts about what they thought of the new 2016 Toyota Prius. It was nice of them to interrupt their evenings and share their thoughts with me and with you. From downtown Las Vegas, this is Sebastian Blanco with Autoblog and Autoblog Green.


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