Following news that Toyota is considering solar panels for an upcoming Toyota Prius model, Car and Driver today posted illustrations of the all-new 2010 Toyota Prius. If the pictures in fact resemble the 2010 Prius, we can expect the car to keep its egg-shape but look much more upscale than the current model.
Car and Driver believes that the car will be more efficient than the current Prius generation, which is EPA rated at 48 mpg in the city and 45 mpg on the highway. Also, expect the car to be slightly more expensive than the current Prius with prices starting at about $23,000 for the base model and topping $30,000 for a loaded model with navigation system and leather interior.
You can read the Car and Driver article here.