The Toronto Electric Vehicle Association TEVA hasn't wasted any time and just released another interesting test drive review - this time featuring the 2018 Toyota Prius Prime.

The Japanese flagship quickly became the best selling plug-in hybrid in the U.S. in 2017 and leads the way this year, too.

Thanks to better looks than the ordinary Prius and lower prices after incentives (both in the U.S. and Canada) it's gained traction among the Prius family. Not bad for a car with only a 8.8 kWh battery and 25 miles of all-electric range.

In the U.S. Prius Prime starts below $23,500 (after federal tax credit).

The test drive focuses on the interior, infotainment, instrument cluster, driving modes and value proposition of the Prius Prime, which should be handy for potential customers.

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