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.

Tommy Kaira installed a new rear bumper in the back, and underneath is a four pipe exhaust system fitted nicely. Along the exterior of the body they removed the eco-friendly decals and badging, as well as the Toyota badging in the front. Prices for the conversion by Tommy Kaira on the Toyota Prius have yet to be released.