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    Spying: 2016 Toyota Prius, Minus the Camoflage


    • Surprise! The Next Toyota Prius is Caught without any Camoflage

    The fourth-generation Toyota Prius has made an early debut thanks to spy photographer who caught the vehicle uncovered at a photo shoot.

     

    There's a lot of the Mirai hydrogen vehicle in the new Prius' design. Such details include very busy front-end with split opening grille and forked headlights, to a similar side profile and blacked-out C-Pillar. The Prius will be keeping the liftback shape that it has been using since the seconf-generation model.

     

    We don't know any details on the next-generation Prius hybrid powertrain, but Green Car Reports says the next Prius will use Toyota's new global modular platform and possibly have all-wheel drive as an option.

     

    We'll get our first look at the next-generation Prius next month.

     

    Source: Green Car Reports

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    Using the BUTT UGLY Hydrogen style on the Prius took it from Ugly to outright hideous! 

     

    I just do not get the Japan style they are doing, either the cars are totally boring and will put you to sleep or hideously ugly.

     

    :stupid:  :dizzy:  :facepalm:  :duh:  :nono:  :palm:

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