I didn't realize it at first, but there's a slightly less-offensive Prius on the road. The Prime is actually longer, lighter and even seats fewer people than the regular Prius. Being so, I am obligated to include it in my quest to illustrate every single Toyota variant ever sold in the US. Yup, this is number 236. Not sure who owns this particular car, but the guys over at @auto.tuned performed surgery on the suspension and were good enough to post it on their Instagram. Owner? Are you out there?
You've got to do a little digging to find a version of the new Prius that actually looks good. Even thought they started with a hideous car, @kuhlracing managed to pop out a pretty sweet version of the future that doesn't involve my eyes bleeding and my skin crawling. Lots of other bodykit examples to drool over if you visit their Instagram.
Man, there are just some cars that you can't find modified. Seems strange, but the first generation Prius might be the most boring car in the world. After much time spent bouncing from site to site, I finally found this blue Prius on a Japanese site with zero information about its source. Are you guys napping yet?
I'm whittling away at my quest to illustrate every Toyota sold in the US market, and today is number 115. We are in Tokyo today, where @tetsu_pri is flashing his SSR Professor VF1s and a subtle lip kit around, bolted to his second-gen Prius.
There are only a handful of Priuses (Priuii?) that are worth a second glance, and this is one of them. Thank you, @fumiyukikomaki, for keeping your ZVW30 tasteful! Don't even get me started on the 2016 Prius! Argh!