Toyota Prius PHV
According to Romans, also worth mentioning is the forthcoming Prius plug-in, known as the Prius PHV, which contains a battery pack with a much, much larger capacity that can be quickly charged at a typical 110-volt outlet. The car is much lighter than the original, largely due to its 3.6-volt lithium-ion battery.
Not expected to hit dealerships in 15 states until spring 2012, Toyota has yet to reveal the MSRP. However, Edmunds estimates that it will cost about $4,000 more than standard Prius models.
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