Toyota’s “Big Daddy Prius” to be unveiled in Detroit.

In just a few short weeks, Toyota will be debuting their latest hybrid vehicle which is part of the “Prius” family of vehicles. At last year’s NAIAS 2010, Toyota teased us with a mini Prius concept called the FT-CH concept. The FT-CH is a dedicated full hybrid vehicle featuring a compact exterior with maximum interior space.  For 2011, Toyota will finally unveil their latest Prius creation which will have the the same basic recipe as the original but in a larger more versatile package. This is no surprise to us as this is a part of Toyota’s strategy with new hybrids by 2012. The latest “Big Daddy Prius” is geared towards those with an active lifestyle as this new car has 50% more cargo space than the current Prius! So who would like something like this? X-Games championship skateborder, Bob Burnquist would. He talks about his active lifestyle, his Prius, and the next big talk of the town:

Toyota to Reveal Prius Family of Vehicles at the North American International Auto Show

Following on the first and second official Toyota teaser shots of the “big daddy Prius”, here’s the third one, which appears to rule out third-row seating:

TORRANCE, Calif., Dec. 23, 2010 – Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., will stage the world premiere of the Prius family of vehicles at a press conference at the 2011 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.  In addition to the current third-generation Prius and Prius Plug-in vehicle (PHV), the first all-new addition to the Prius Family will debut along with a Prius concept vehicle.

The press conference will be held on Monday, Jan. 10 at 1:05 p.m. EST in the Riverview Ballroom at Cobo Center. A live Webcast will be available at ToyotaNewsroom.com.

Courtesy: Toyota
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