By Tom GjeltenRead moreThe Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid car debuted at the New York Auto Show in late September.
It’s not a car that’s going to go down well with consumers.
It has no range or range-topping tech, but it is a compact electric vehicle with a pretty sweet battery that can be charged up to 60 miles on a single charge.
It’ll be available to buyers in a variety of colors and options, but its best selling feature is a driver assist system that is more powerful than other hybrid cars on the market.
Toyota is betting that it’s the perfect car to be a “plug-in hybrid” and will be the first car to use a new technology called LIDAR.
The system uses lasers to scan objects and then measure them.
The technology has been used to help improve everything from autonomous driving to autonomous grocery delivery.
Toyota says it’s already used LIDARK to improve the performance of the Prius.
The Prius is powered by a 5.7-liter V6 engine, producing 300 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque.
That’s enough to push a Prius to 60 mph in about four seconds, and it’s capable of a top speed of 155 mph.
It also has a top-of-the-line safety package, including anti-lock brakes, automatic emergency braking and lane-keeping assist.
But the Priuses biggest selling point isn’t its power, but rather its hybrid driving capability.
Toyota hopes the car will help it sell more Priuses and that it will help drive down the cost of car ownership.
The company says that it’ll be selling about 20,000 Priuses a year, a figure that’s down from about 25,000 vehicles it sold last year.
That means Toyota will be able to sell more of the car at lower prices, which it said would mean a lower tax bill for the company.
It expects to make $4.8 billion in sales this year and a profit of $3.8bn, and that would leave Toyota with a $2.5 billion profit.
“The car that has the most potential for a long-term positive impact on the cost and the cost per mile of ownership, and the bottom line is, will be Toyota’s best performing car for a very long time,” said Jeff Immelt, Toyota’s CEO.
Immelt said Toyota will continue to improve LIDAD, adding that the car is more than just a plug-in car.
“This is a really exciting time in electric mobility, and we’re going to be working hard to deliver the best electric vehicle on the planet,” he said.
The company is also rolling out a number of other plug-ins, including a plug in hybrid sports car called the Prizm, and a hybrid hatchback called the Mirai.
That latter vehicle has been a hit, and now Toyota is bringing a second electric car, the Miray, as well.
That’s not all the Priuss is getting in the plug-up car.
Toyota is also bringing a Prii for those who don’t want to own an EV.
The Prius will be available in five different colors, but the Prii is a hatchback that is slightly smaller than the Priu.
It will be sold in seven colors, including white, gray, black, red, orange, yellow and green.
The vehicle will also have a rear view camera, a rearview camera lens and an active safety feature.
The Toyota is getting into the plug up car market with a car designed to be driven by a human driver.
It comes with a range of up to 100 miles on electricity, and is expected to be available by the end of 2019.