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Wald International Makes The Toyota Prius Sporty

Friday, July 6th, 2012:

Wald International is at it again with the Toyota Prius Mk3 after releasing their first attempt for the hybrid with the “Exclusive Line” back in 2010. This new “Sports Line” program will hit the market very soon, so look out for the new aero parts from the notorious Black Bison tuners. For this kit, it starts off with a new front bumper, side skirts and rear apron with integrated diffuser and customized exhaust exits.

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Tommy Kaira Toyota Prius

Thursday, October 8th, 2009:

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Japanese car tuning specialists Tommy Kaira have created a modified version of the third-generation Toyota Prius, which is one of the top selling hybrids. All of the customizations are cosmetic because the tuning company didn’t want to hinder fuel economy, since that is the reason people buy the Prius in the first place. The front end received a completely redesigned look with the addition of a front lip spoiler and air intake vents. Lowering the ride height of the Toyota Prius is an aftermarket suspension kit to add to the new sporty look. It also received new larger wheels and tires because the wheels on most hybrid models are pathetic.

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Modellista Toyota Prius

Tuesday, May 26th, 2009:

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The all new Toyota Prius will be launching in 2010 and the Japanese automakers designed several car tuning kits exclusively from Modellista. There are several performance and styling modifications available so they made it easy by designing three separate kits. All three packages are unique and named Modellista Versions 1, 2, and the Aero Tourer kit. The Aero Tourer kit looks to have the same stock front bumper, however improvements in the grille for better aerodynamics was the focus.

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NCE Toyota Prius Convertible

Wednesday, June 4th, 2008:

The company that made this hybrid Toyota Prius convertible is called Newport Convertible Engineering [NCE]. Hybrid cars aren’t very well designed, and the guys from NCE thought they could improve this car a lot by making it convertible and adding some cool elements. Even though a lot of people don’t think this car looks too great it’s surely an improvement from the stock car and it looks really well for a hybrid car. You could buy used hybrid cars and try to make them convertible like this one. The car’s tail lights were modified and the interior is fully covered with white. Hybrid cars will be really popular in the future and if you buy a Toyota Prius you could go wild and modify it as you wish. I’ve heard a lot of bad comments about this car but I’m pretty sure it’s a lot better than its stock version.

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