Two Prius models only
TOYOTA is offering the new Prius in two model grades, with an option pack for the entry level model. The two grades are Prius and Prius i-Tech. All Prius models have petrol-electric Hybrid Synergy Drive, which includes electronic constantly variable transmission and regenerative braking.
Standard features include 15in alloy wheels (not including spare), seven airbags, Vehicle Stability Control with cooperative steering assist, Smart (wireless) entry and Smart start, auto power windows with anti-jamming protection, power driver-seat lumbar adjustment, steering wheel controls for airconditioning, audio and mobile telephone, multi-information display with in-meter VFD-type sub display (touch tracer system), Head-Up Display, eight-speaker audio system with two-channel amplifier, integrated Super Live Sound System, microphone, amplifier and audio mini jack and space-saver spare wheel. The optional navigation pack adds seven-inch Audio Visual Navigation ( AVN) screen, satellite navigation and Intelligent Park Assist ( IPA) with back monitor and rear guide assist.
Prius i-Tech has the additional features over entry level Prius of AVN screen, DVD-based satellite navigation, IPA, LED low-beam headlamps, auto headlamp levelling, pop-up headlamp cleaners, Dynamic radar cruise control, PreCrash safety System, sunroof with solar cells, leather-bound steering wheel, leather seat trim, leather door trim and leather rear console box trim, front seat heaters, electrochromatic interior rearview mirror, steering wheel-mounted remote switches and climate-controlled airconditioning with brushless motor and remote airconditioning feature.
Prius i-Tech has a tyre repair kit in lieu of the space-saver spare wheel.
Right: The Head-Up Display on the windscreen of the Prius can show the car’s speed. Left: The hybrid engine uses fuel at the average combined rate of 3.9L/100km.