Today Toyota unveiled their 2016 Prius in Las Vegas. The new Prius sports an all new design that leaves no surface untouched. The exterior manages to look sexy with the right lighting an angles. Take away the flashy lights and the car is a major improvement over the previous generation Prius, but it still has economy car styling. The new Prius is 2.4-inches longer, 0.6-inches wider, and 0.8-inches lower than the third-generation Prius. While detailed specifications haven’t been released yet Toyota promises more responsive suspension...

  The 2010 Prius has a slight upgrade over the previous years with a light facelift… but it is still unmistakably an ugly Prius.  Until now, there wasn’t much you could do about the looks of your Prius.  Well, Tommy Kaira has...

The new Toyota Prius (2010) will have a new design, a solar panel roof, and a new display just below the windshield.  The display mimics the button set on the steering wheel and lights up yellow...

Toyota announced they are converting their truck manufacturing facility in Mississippi to produce Prius hybrids. The picture above shows what Mississippi tailgate parties may look like going forward.  This doesn’t come as a surprise since truck sales are dying...

Edmunds, “where smart car buyers start” compared “three cars from their long-term fleet known for squeezing extra miles out of every gallon of gas: the 2008 Smart Fortwo, 2008 Ford Focus SES coupe, a 2005 Volkswagen Jetta TDI, and a 2008 Toyota Prius.” If you are serious about saving gas this is a great video to watch. ...

Looks like a long awaited Prius overall is on the horizon.  The last body change for the Prius was in 2004.  The new Toyota Prius is supposed to debut at the 2009 Detroit auto show, will let you know more details as they become available… for now...

If you have ever installed a roof rack on your vehicle for carrying your extra curricular activities you know how challenging it can be. Think bikes, boats, surfboards, etc… Some cars require drilling holes in the roof or the use of potentially paint scratching window grabber mounts. Not cool. With that said, there are a handful of  cars that make putting roof racks on quite easy. For example, the Tesla Model S has four threaded holes hiding under little trapdoors waiting for a roof rack installation. So, if you don’t have...

Shell just unveiled a concept car named the Project M which claims and impressive 89-mpg. Who knows if these numbers are actually real. This could just be a fancy bit of plastic to get some good PR. Not to be overly suspicious, but Shell makes more money off of the gas guzzling SUV than the Toyota Prius. This Project M car seems to go against their profit model. Enough about that. The Project M concept car is a redesign of Gordon Murray’s 2010 T.25 city car. The car was lightened up and the overall size reduced to be more streamlined....

As gas prices retreat muscle cars are hitting the roads in greater numbers. It is hard to believe that you can pick up stock cars that have over 600 horsepower so easily. For example; the 2014 Shelby GT500 (with a factory ROUSH stage 3 kit) has 662 horsepower and the Hellcat has 707 horsepower. Kids these days. Don’t get me started. Well things just got more awesome with an amazing deal on a ton of muscle. The folks at Lebanon Ford Performance are cranking out muscle cars with 727 horsepower for just $39,995! Read on for details. ...

Posted on Feb 10 2016 - 7:25am by Russ
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That is it. I am selling the Prius. The Russian’s have figured out what my next car is going to look like. It is going to look like the SHERP ATV. Mainly because it is going to be a SHERP ATV. The Russian SHERP looks like a lot of fun. Forget about the fact that your tires are the only real suspension because the front and back tires are shocks. Speaking of the front and back tires, they are about almost touching the wheelbase is so short. This means you can go over obstacles as tall as 27.5-inches, float in water, and do spins...