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No timeline, but a target has been set.

The chief engineer of the Toyota Prius tells us that a five-seat version of the Prime PHEV is something he's working on. But he won't say when it might arrive.

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Prius, Prime get five stars from NHTSA, best-ever rating from IIHS.

Toyota Prius, Prime hybrid models get top crash-test ratings by safety and insurance regulators.

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The new Toyota Prius goes farther on a gallon of gas than any vehicle Consumer Reports has ever tested.

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Toyota Prius gets the low-rider treatment and we kind of like it.

Japan-based Wald International unveils an aftermarket kit for the world's best-selling hybrid. Finally.

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Toyota engineers listened to what you did and didn't like about the first Prius Plug In.

As they developed the Prius Prime, Toyota engineers took customer and driver feedback into account. 22 miles of EV range and 120 MPGe are the result.

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More taillights, just like we first saw with the new Prius.

Toyota releases a simple taillight picture of the 'next mechanical marvel' coming to the New York Auto Show. What is it? Something Prius-related, it seems.

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Toyota knows how to make some lighthearted fun of itself in this ad that tries to change your preconceptions of the Prius.

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Future May Not Be Bright For The Toyota Prius V, C

Toyota Prius V may be on the proverbial chopping block after company debuted the RAV4 Hybrid.

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Doesn't Help MPG Much, But Who Cares?

2016 Toyota Prius may have an all-wheel-drive option.

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Weekly Recap for 9.11.15

Bentley and Rolls-Royce both introduce new luxury vehicles while Toyota reveals the 2016 Prius. Autoblog senior editor Greg Migliore reports on the Weekly Recap edition of Autoblog Minute.

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The New Prius Gets Unveiled Tonight. Here's A Primer.

We collect the details and rumors we've heard about the 2016 Toyota Prius and put them in one spot. The new hybrid is going to be unveiled tonight in Las Vegas.

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It's Just Black And Red, And It Matches Our Spy Shots

Toyota has just released the first official teaser picture of the 2016 Prius. If you've seen the spy photos, it's nothing surprising.

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Automaker Might Be Tripling EV Range In Upcoming PHEV

Toyota might increase the Prius Plug-in Hybrid's all-electric range to as far as 35 miles, if unnamed sources are to be believed.

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New spy shots of the 2016 Toyota Prius show a shape that's more sedan than the liftback configuration of the current model. Take a look.

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Toyota boosts incentives on Prius for California residents to as much as $3,000.

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Prius C, Plug-In Hybrid Get Biggest Markdowns

Toyota marks down Prius variants in Southern California to spur sales.

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Angular, Aggressive Design Could Arrive On Fourth-Gen Hybrid

When the designers thought they were just about finished with the new look of the fourth-generation Toyota Prius hybrid, higher-ups did not like what they saw and sent those designers back to the proverbial drawing board to come up with something a little spicier. Duly inspired, the designers came up with something last spring that may look a bit like the C-HR crossover concept, Automotive News says. For those looking for a Prius design with a little more bite, that isn't necessarily a bad thing

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Overall Sales Impressive, Despite Recent US Slowdown

You take your victories where you can. In Toyota's case, that means disclosing the cumulative total of hybrid sales since the first Prius was sold in Japan in 1997. And that number is impressive.

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Is the Prius going into "Pimp My Ride" territory? A new official special edition model won't be lowered or have three-wheel motion or anything like that (though that'd be cool), but the world's best-selling hybrid is putting on a few stylish bells and whistles this September.

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Short-term pain for longer-term gain? That may be the prognosis for the next-generation Toyota Prius, the world's best-selling hybrid. But, hey, the new version might get holiday season debut, now.

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Dirty trucks a form of political protest

Rolling coal isn't always mere indiscriminate harassment, but a form of grassroots political protest against President Obama and perceived burdensome federal regulations.

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