How we feeling about the 2023 Prius

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shyt not looking :scust: & :wrist:anymore
 

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Well at least it looks nice

Yea Toyota fukking up big time not taking the layup of turning this fully electric

It was the leader in the hybrid market for so long, I'm sure that switch with this redesign would easily have it lapping Tesla in no time.

The Japanese have been unbelievably stubborn over the last 15 - 20 years and it's caused them to lose a lot of ground that they dominated back in the 90s.
 

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so its basically nothing.

They should make back seat tvs in headrests damn near standard for Prius'. Make an edition thats longer profile, a removable center console, etc.

They should lead into Uberness and taxi life that feeds these cars.

I mean you're then taking a 30G car and making it a 50G one and at that cost, it's no longer a car folks who do Ubers can afford or would use for Uber
 

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Definitely should have invested in making it both hybrid and offering a fully electric version. The styling is nice enough to offer great competition to the model 3.
 

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Yea Toyota fukking up big time not taking the layup of turning this fully electric

It was the leader in the hybrid market for so long, I'm sure that switch with this redesign would easily have it lapping Tesla in no time.

The Japanese have been unbelievably stubborn over the last 15 - 20 years and it's caused them to lose a lot of ground that they dominated back in the 90s.


Electric cars today ain't touching hybrids though.
 
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