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Plan coincides with 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Toyota joins the EV development rush.

Oh, and you might get $4,500 back from the feds, too.

These numbers add up.

If you want a Prius, this is the one to get.

Power is good. Dual power sources are better.

Instead of simply improving gas-electric tech, the answer may lie in plugs.

If you think the Prime is a big advancement for Toyota, you're not alone.

This is the biggest touchscreen Toyota has ever made.

Not quite an iPad, but more than ever before.

Syd Mead lends his future-looking talents for Toyota VR.

The North American market is still on pace for a late autumn debut.

Toyota is reducing initial production of the Japanese market Prius PHV – North America's Prius Prime – and delaying its introduction from fall to winter.

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.

Finally, Toyota realizes that electric drive is powerful.

With the upcoming Prius Prime, Toyota is increasing the car's all-electric range compared to the earlier Prius Plug-In. Will it be enough?

At least not yet.

The option will miss the US-market Prius Prime because it won't meet safety regulations.

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.

New 8.8-kWh battery will double electric range, but that's still not a lot.

Toyota dropped the Prius Prime into the New York show mix today, joining the ranks of the mid-level PHEVs with its 22-mile electric range.

Toyota has filed for a trademark in the US for the Prius Prime, but the documents give no hints as to what the vehicle might be.

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