2010 Prius flaunts its greenness

Toyota recently released the details of the 2010 Prius, and it is clear that Toyota has a different philosophy than Honda when it comes to hybrids. The new Prius has a 1.3-kWh NiMH battery and a larger electric motor (80 hp compared to 67 hp for the 2009 version), which leads to an EPA-estimated fue...

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