2017 Prius Hybrid (Electric / Gasoline (Petrol) vehicle. The manufacturer’s goal is design and build the safest car on the road.
HUD (Heads up Display) You can see the white symbol markings on my yellow jacket. This is the heads up display as displayed on the inside surface of the glass windshield (wind screen). It displays the vehicle current speed and electric motor / gasoline engine usage.
The lower console displays real time digital speed, the current day’s driving distance and current miles/gallon.
The vehicle is equipped with forward radar cruise control that senses the distance between this car and the car in front of you. The system alerts you to when you are following to close for safe stopping. If you ignore the alert sounds it will automatically apply the brakes to avoid a collision.
This vehicle has 10 external proximity sensors that alert you to when the objects are too close. 4 of the sensors alert the driver to approaching vehicles that are in the drivers left and right blind rear spots. The rear end sensors also alerts to approaching human other vehicles cross traffic. Yes, if you do not manually stop, it will take over and automatically stop.
Of course there are the standard GPS mapping features and cellphone hands free Bluetooth connectivity.
All of the internal lighting and external lights are low consumption LED.
Fuel efficiency high/low range:
40 miles/gallon or 14 Litres/100km
65 miles/gallon or 23 Litres/100km
ALL these features make the Prius a safe vehicle and one of the best vehicles. These features are standard available in the 2016 and 2017 models.
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