Plug-in Prius truck
Toyota's Plug-in Prius is expected to be delivered to consumers next year and, unlike all-electric vehicles, it has a relatively small 5.2-kilowatt-hour battery. That will only allow for about 10 to 15 miles on EV only mode, but it keeps the cost down and means the battery can be charged in three hours off an ordinary 110-volt outlet. The car itself is essentially the same as the 2010 Prius, although there will be a little less cargo room. It will also come with this 110-volt charger.
April 21, 2011 8:43 AM PDT
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