Toyota, at a global gathering of its hybrid fleet, offers up new details about the next generation Prius.
What you drive as a green vehicle says a lot about what your potential interests are in life, according to aggregated data from an Internet personalization company.
Toyota continues to rock the hybrid market segment, unveiling it now has sold over three million Prius vehicles globally since the car debuted in 1997.
Toyota and Lexus recall around 87,000 2010 hybrids around a braking issue which could potentially cause a crash.
New data from R.L. Polk confirms the Prius rising in popularity in the Golden State, with it ranking as the top in new vehicle registrations for 2012.
Google’s self driving Prius shows up in Texas even as laws there are unprepared for roads filled with vehicles that drive themselves.
NIssan announces the Leaf has sold over 50,000 cars since debuting in late 2010, and some quick math shows it may actually have outpaced the Toyota Prius.
Toyota is recalling 670,000 Prius hybrids between 2004 and 2009 because of a steering issue, with a 350,000 subset of these getting a second recall as well.
NASCAR driver Clint Bowyer and RKM Performance Center have teamed up to build a very tech heavy Prius that will be entered into a vehicle-modification build competition done by Toyota.
Toyota has upped the pricing on some of its 2013 Prius hybrid models, as well as introducing a new more “style-focued” edition.
Green Car Reports takes a look at which models are currently the most successful in the recently expanded Toyota Prius hybrid family.