Toyota: Over 20 years ago, where anyone could even think of electrified vehicles will become trendsetters. Toyota a Japanese company made a big gamble with a car called Prius. As it was the world’s first mass-produced hybrid vehicle. The one that will soon enter the modern culture and sell like crazy.
Almost complete 23 years and around 6 million Priuses later. The technology is getting far more advance than that of the original hybrid are around. So the model soldiers on with enough force to make the carmaker releases a commemorative version.
The Y2K computer reduced to the punchline of the year this was around 20 years ago. Technology in another corner takes a mammoth leap as a small. Also, unassuming sedan very quietly rolled into US dealerships.
In 2001 Toyota Prius the world’s first production hybrid car had arrived. It will profoundly change the trajectory of propulsion evolution.
The Toyota Prius launched in Japan in the year 1997. But enter the American market to the greatest. Around 2 million units sold in the American market in the year 2000. On the 20th anniversary of that moment, Toyota announces a special edition Prius.
Information based on 2021 Prius XLE FWD:
The special edition will build in a limited edition of 2,020 units. Also, sporting one of two colors and a series of other features.
Toyota: Toyota Prius Colors Variants
It may be available in either Supersonic Red or the new Wind Chill Pearl color variant. On the 20th anniversary, Prius added 17-inch wheels with black inserts. And other features such as blackout headlights, B-pillars and mirror housings, and a 2020 insignia on the key glove/fob and floor mats.
The edition takes the safety Sense system of ADAS technology one step ahead. So it brings low-light pedestrian detection, lane departure alert, automatic high beams, and road sign assist.
The cost of this special Toyota Prius was not announced.