Saturday, July 05, 2008

2010 Toyota Prius



More illustrations of the next Prius. Pretty realistic.
I wouldn't be surprised if the real thing looks really close to this.

We'll know for sure in January.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not much different than the ugliness the Prius is now.

The second pic it taller. My bet is the top pic was made more squat so as to fake sportiness.

smokeonit said...

if toyota makes 2 versions, one like the old one, with lotsa room and no sportiness.

one for us that zaps and handels well... i test drove the actual prius in 2003 and liked it, but the suspension sucked big time... felt like a 70s american made car...

Anonymous said...

smokeonit said...
if toyota makes 2 versions, one like the old one, with lotsa room and no sportiness.
one for us that zaps

did you mean like ^ gives an electro shock to anyone that touches it?
that'd be neat :-)

Anonymous said...

Just more people playing around with photoshops again.

Anonymous said...

Nothing like the real thing...
Lots of people speculate its futuristic exterior, but in reality, the new car looks somewhwat more conventional compared to the current model. Think of a "Civic" look front end w/ a hatchback. It also has a more defined C-pillar. However, the interior is a big improvement, especially the center console.

Anonymous said...

Next Prius to have solar powered Air Conditioner:

http://uk.reuters.com/article/technologyNews/idUKT29871820080706

Anonymous said...

Screw all hybrids! My best friend got in a minor fender bender and died because he was electrocuted! The state police investigaters said he would have survived with only a few broken ribs if that damn Prius didn't have so many batteries!

Anonymous said...

just as pretty as the last one i owned, not. I hated mine, especially when it died at highway speeds. it was common.

Anonymous said...

Sorry about the loss of your friend. It sounds like there was lots of rain or water around the vehicle.

Anyway this design seems cool my biggest gripe about the current design is the way the rear wheel area looks small and has no definition.