The Toyota Prius Plug-in is too expensive by half. It works well as a short-range, pseudo-electric vehicle, but not well enough elsewhereread the full model review
For an added layer of luxury, top-spec Excel trim adds leather seats, an upgraded stereo system and rain-sensing windscreen wipers. There are also extra infotainment features such as text message and email integration.,
Engine:1.8 VVTi Plug-in
There is only one: a combination of two electric motors and a 1.8-litre petrol that produces up to 121bhp. The way it works makes it feel more powerful than that might imply at low speeds and under battery power only.