Looks like there’s a conspiracy of some kind among automakers when it comes to publishing video material for their hybrid models. Just like Honda and it’s ultra tedious Insight video, Toyota also released some lifeless ‘b-roll’ footage for the new Prius that was revealed at the Detroit Show. For the record, we edited the official video cutting it down to a viewable four minutes as well as adding an ‘eco’ conscious song to break the annoying silence. Enjoy it right after the jump.
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