Take your first look at these spy photos of next-gen 2015 Toyota Prius captured in California. The new model could come to market sometimes in 2015.
Although it’s camouflaged, it can be seen that the new Prius will have the same iconic half-moon design that has been with the car since 2003, adding a new sedan to the existing Prius C, Prius V and Prius Plug-In lineup. This goes against reports from last year that suggested the car would be getting a different look inspired by the 2013 NS4 Concept.
You can also see on these spy photos what the interior will look like, with a more stylish three-spoke steering wheel and an instrument panel design that sort of reminds of a BMW. With all the tape, cobbled together pieces and lack of space for a center stack display screen, it looks like this isn’t what the final product will resemble.
As for what will be powering the 2015 Toyota Prius, updated versions of the current electric system and engine will be employed, but it will carry over the nickel metal hydride batteries found in today’s model.
Still no word on the rumored possibility of all-wheel-drive system, either. In addition to a new design and updated powertrain, it sounds like production of the next-generation Prius could be making a move to the US, joining the line at Toyota’s Tupelo, MS plant.
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