2016 Toyota Prius Interior Spied

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Details on the 2016 Toyota Prius interior have been revealed thanks to our spy photographers. 

In the photos, we can see that the Prius will keep its center-biased guage cluster, while a large LCD screen is fitting in the middle of the center stack. Proper buttons remain for the HVAC system, which are placed just beneath the display.

All the vehicle info will appear on the top display and our photos show off the new energy usage and flow screen, on which is a small illustration of the Prius, hinting at the car’s design.

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The new Toyota hybrid is rumored to be rated at 54 mpg combined, while power output has also been improved. This will be Toyota’s first vehicle sitting on the new TNGA modular architecture, which should help the Prius shed quite a bit of weight.

The new 2016 Prius is expected to be unveiled at the Tokyo Motor Show in October of this year.

Discuss this story at our Toyota Prius forum

  • John Donaldson

    If that is a true representation of the gauges in the 2016 Prius then I’ve got a problem. We like our 2008 Prius but skipped over the Gen III model due to the “flying buttress” console. It looks like that is gone. My second gripe about the Prius is how Toyota insists on pushing the gauges more and more to the right/center of the dash. I don’t mind so much that the gauges are way forward under the windshield. I was really hoping they would abandon that design and shift to traditional gauges in front of the driver.

    These photos suggest two things 1) the gauges are still in the middle. 2) What is worse is they are now pulled back away from the windshield. This means the gauges are at an even larger angle so the driver actually has to look more to the right to see the speedometer. That is more like the Prius V which we rejected for the same reason.

    If we don’t buy a Prius we will be looking elsewhere, perhaps a Honda CR-V. Lower mileage but without some of the issues I have with the Prius. Too bad because we’ve really liked the 2008 model and it has been amazingly reliable. The speedometer in the 2008 is still almost in front of the driver, just shifted a bit to the right; not as radical as the Gen III or apparently the Gen IV.

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  • SayWhat

    I see they went with the Honda Civic on top of dash instrumentation. Never liked having anything in my line of vision. Nothing it displays is so important it has to be in your face. Give me a traditional cluster with a large data screen located below the dash in a center console.