2017 Toyota Hybrid X. Smash hit the second generation Toyota Prius was released in late 2017. Believe it or not, it’s almost four years ago. In the Car World, that means it’s time to refresh the design.
For several months, there have been hints and rumors about technology for the third generation of the Prius, including the use of lithium and some plug-ins that limited capacity.
But for the markets, the larger question may be, the current Prius design tends to quickly separate the haters Prius hybrid-huggers.
Toyota answers questions in a way that is clear when the company launched the Toyota Hybrid X at 2017 Geneva International Motor Show.
The press release described the concept in terms that this will create a new design language for hybrid models while also acting as an exhibition technology for hybrid cars the future.
This is purely a design exercise no details regarding the system of hybrid, fuel economy, or performance.
Mimicking pass through the ornate design is always used in a concept vehicle as bumper to the bumper translucent roof and you get a glimmer of the form that will come to the Prius.