2011 Toyota Prius v


Toyota benefits from the Detroit Show to enlarge the family minivan with Prius v, which also adopts a hybrid gasoline / electric.

The rumor that the Prius styling finally called Alpha Prius v, probably a nod to the name which is parent Verso Toyota MPVs in Europe.

4.61 m long with a wheelbase of 2.78 m, the Toyota Prius v has a bow slightly modified from the star hybrids while the profile is higher and the rear least logically inclined. Finally, the transformation is quite successful even though some aesthetic regret that the more conventional Toyota Prius 3 .

Inside, the console and the dashboard are still futuristic in the game. The brightness is ensured by two electrically retractable solar roofs. Space for rear passengers is particularly generous as the boot capacity to 971 liters announced.

Under the hood, the Toyota Prius v is powered by a 1.8 petrol 98 hp coupled to an electrical power of 81 hp and Ni-MH - Nickel Metal Hydride - for a total output of 136 hp. The first global automaker claims a combined fuel consumption of just 5.88 l/100km. Many arguments that should ensure the success of the youngest of the family Prius.


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