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After Toyota launched the first generation of the Prius in late 1990, it took six years until the second was launched in 2003. Currently we have already arrived at the fourth generation because the Prius IV has been around since January last year. The flagship is the plug-in hybrid with an R4 petrol engine and 2 electric motors that unearths 122 hp. But the design of the Japanese is still extremely controversial and our vehicle shouldn't necessarily change that either. However, we wanted to give the Prius a lot more power. So we have conjured up a V8 biturbo with well over 700 PS in the rear and also installed a high-gloss stainless steel sports exhaust system with 4 tailpipes. However, there is currently no space for the standard bumper, which is somehow less bad. So that the performance is somehow brought onto the road, there was a set of powerful aluminum rims with semi-slicks and of course a lowering. The Prius Lamborghini, Ferrari & co. certainly not to fear. Only hook: it is of course only a virtual photomontage.
We have made the following virtual changes:
- V8-Biturbo rear engine installed
- Stainless steel sports exhaust system with 4 tailpipes
- Alloy wheels with semislicks
Now our question to you, what do you think of that? Would you like the extreme Prius as modified by us on the computer or would that be "Too much" and yet a number too blatant? In any case, I would be happy to see the car in this way or at least something similar on our streets and could imagine that it is quite an eye-catcher. 🙂 Ps. If you want to see more virtually tuned vehicles from tuningblog.eu just click HERE!
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