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It teams a thrifty but conventional 1.8-liter four-cylinder Atkinson-cycle engine that sips gasoline with a pair of high-voltage and high-torque electric motors — one to turn the front wheels and the other to work so many power accessories as well as crank up the four-pack engine and recharge a load of on-board batteries.
Aimed at young shoppers seeking a fuel-thrifty small car packing high-tech hybrid hardware, the new subcompact-size Prius c employs Toyota’s proven Hybrid Synergy Drive (HSD) system and earns downright impressive fuel economy numbers of 53 mpg City/46 mpg Highway. The itsy-bitsy economy car provides room for up to five riders on comfortable seats with a pair of buckets in front of a bench for three and room at the rear for cargo due to the hatchback roofline.
When you read a review of a hybrid vehicle, you’ll usually find a variation of this sentence: “It drives like a normal car.”
But you won’t read that about the new Toyota Prius, because it doesn’t. It feels like the result of a golf cart and a spaceship having a wild night in Vegas.
Toyota’s all-new 2010 Prius retains the old hybrid’s familiar shape, but it doesn’t have much else in common. It was re-engineered for even greater efficiency.
Toyota’s hybrid gas-electric sedan ranks among the most aerodynamic
production vehicles on the market.
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