At the Geneva Motor Show this week, Toyota will unveil a new vehicle to complement the Prius, one of their most popular hybrid cars. Called the Prius +, it is also a hybrid vehicle runs on gasoline and electricity. Instead of seating 5 people like the previous generation Prius, the Prius + fits up to 7 passengers comfortably (ample leg room, sufficient head clearance and highly functional cargo space). It packs the 3rd generation Prius hybrid system, so you know that it’s been designed to save your money spent on fuel. No details on pricing and availability, but expect to find out more in the near future.
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