The Toyota Prius is the pioneer of hybrid cars, having debuted in 1997 and sold over 15 million units worldwide. But the automotive landscape has changed a lot since then, with more and more competitors offering hybrid, plug-in hybrid, and electric vehicles that challenge the Prius’ dominance in the green car segment. To stay ahead of the curve, Toyota has given the Prius a major makeover for 2023, introducing a new design, a new engine, and a new plug-in hybrid variant.
The 2023 Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid promises to deliver the best of both worlds: the fuel efficiency and environmental benefits of an electric car with the range and convenience of a gas-powered car. But how does it compare to other options on the market? Here are some pros and cons of the new Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid.