2013 Toyota Prius Plug-in

2013 Toyota Prius plug-in has a modest electric range, however it might not be so bad thing. Toyota Prius plug-in 2013 is a hybrid vehicle,  so he uses two motors to start the car, and with this car the fuel savings is significant well as environmental protection. This new Toyota model has a range on electric drive 25 km(15 miles) after a full charge, unlike the Chevy Volt which after a full battery charge can pass up to 60km. The answer to the question why this is so is quite simple, this car was built primarily for the domestic market, and the Japanese people on his way to work cross less than 20km.


Like the standard Prius, the Toyota Prius Plug-in has a perfectly designed exterior which creates minimal air resistance and thus increasing its cost-effectiveness. Subtle styling means differ plug-in version, including chrome accents on the door handles, grilles, liftgate and charging port door. Additional exterior features include:

  • Available fog lights
  • Blue-tinted headlight covers; LED headlights available
  • 15-inch alloy wheels
  • LED taillights
  • Rear spoiler


The control panel is a little different from the standard Prius dashboard, and the car was designed for seating five people in two rows. Additional Toyota Prius Plug-in interior features include:

  • Fabric-trimmed seats with first-row seat heaters
  • Tilt/telescoping steering wheel with audio, climate and Bluetooth controls
  • Digital instrumentation
  • Automatic climate control
  • Cruise control
  • 60/40-split folding backseat
  • CD stereo with MP3 jack, USB connectivity and Bluetooth streaming audio
  • Entune with applications for iHeartRadio and OpenTable, Pandora integration, weather information, gas prices and Bing search
  • Navigation system with backup camera
  • Available adaptive cruise control


The Toyota Prius Plug-In uses the Hybrid Synergy Drive system of the regular Prius, which is paired with a 4.4-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack in place of the Prius’ nickel-metal-hydride battery. The battery is located under the cargo floor along with the onboard charger. With a full battery, Toyota says the Prius Plug-In can travel up to 15 miles at speeds as high as 62 mph on electric-only operation. Under full acceleration, the car will revert to hybrid mode and turn on the gas engine.


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