Translogic 194: 2016 Toyota Prius

Jonathon Buckley gets familiar with the fourth generation of the popular hybrid.

Translogic host Jonathon Buckley spent a few days getting to know the all-new 2016 Toyota Prius, filming his impressions along the way. Now in its fourth generation, the popular hybrid receives upgrades in efficiency, driving dynamics, and styling. But will it be enough to win over our host?

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Host
Jonathon Buckley
Creator/Executive Producer
Adam Morath
Producer/Director
Matt Wood
Director of Photography
Tomi Skarica