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2014 Toyota Geneva Motor Show: Prius+ - the first Full Hybrid 7-seat MPV

Though still compactly sized to optimise its aerodynamic performance, the Prius+ provides, as its name suggests, a significant increase in space and passenger accommodation. It is 135 mm longer than a standard Prius, 30 mm wider, and 85 mm higher, with a wheelbase extended by 80 mm, making it possible to accommodate 7 people in three rows.

The new Toyota full hybrid's seven-seat format features three, independent, sliding/split/folding second row seats and a 50:50 split/folding third tier. The adoption of third row seating has been made possible by the installation of a highly compact, space-saving lithium-ion battery pack within the vehicle centre console between the front seats.

The Prius+ provides 232 litres of cargo space, even with seven passengers on board. With the third seating row stowed, this figure rises to 784 litres, and with all second and third row seats folded flat, increases to a maximum 1,750 litres.

Its environmental performance enhanced by the Prius+'s class-leading aerodynamic performance and low weight, the full hybrid drive system returns both class-leading fuel economy and CO2 emissions of 4.1 l/100 km and 95 g/km respectively.


Auris Hybrid Hatchback
Hybrid powertrain
Engine 4 in line cylinders
Fuel type 95 unleaded petrol or higher
Valve mechanism DOHC 16-valve with VVT-i
Fuel system Electronic Fuel Injection
Displacement 1,798 cm3
Compression ratio 13.0:1
Motor generator permanent magnet AC synchronous
Max. output 60 kW
Max. torque 207 Nm
Battery Lithium-ion
Max. power (system total) 136 DIN hp/100 kW @ 5200 rpm
Max. torque (petrol engine only) 142 Nm @ 4000 rpm
Main dimensions & capacities
Overall length 4,615 mm
Overall width 1,775 mm
Overall height 1,575 mm
Wheelbase 2,780 mm
Cargo capacity 232/784/1,750 l*
Fuel tank capacity 45 l
Drag coefficient (Cd) 0,28
  *7/5/2 seats up
Max. speed 65 km/h
Acc. 0-100 km/h 11.3 s
Fuel consumption
Urban 3.8 l/100
Extra-urban 4.2 l/100
Combined 4.1 l/100
CO2 emissions (combined cycle) 95 g/km