Posted April 01, 2018 01:21:36We’ve been seeing these kinds of ‘smart cars’ for years now, but until now, they’ve been confined to cars like the Honda Fit or Tesla Model S. But now a new smart car, the Toyota Prius Plug-In, is the company’s latest foray into the world of self-driving cars.
It’s a plug-in hybrid powered by a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds, with a top speed of 160 miles per hour.
The Prius is capable of running on electricity as well.
Its called the Toyota Plug-in Hybrid, after the plug-and-play interface for electric vehicles.
It’s essentially a plug and play hybrid car, with the ability to be used in a range of different scenarios, including urban and urban commuting, and even sports and driving.
The Toyota Priuses battery is rated for around 2,000 miles of driving.
It can also be charged via USB or with an adapter.
The plug-ins battery is also compatible with plug-away charging systems.
Toyota says it’s targeting a 2020 launch, which is a bit late, as they want to bring the Prius to the market at the same time as the next-generation Ford Focus, but we’ll find out later this year.
The Prius has a range that’s actually better than the current Range Rovers, which are around 10 miles.
The new Prius can travel on the highways in both cities and suburbs, with no stops or stops-and.
It also can be driven from home or to work.
The car has an on-board Wi-Fi network, so you can have your smartphone connected to the car, and you can charge the car remotely.
We’ve already seen a number of smart cars like Audi’s and Tesla’s, so it’s a big step forward for the Priuses, and we’re glad it’s finally getting a go.