According to autocar.co.uk, the new LED Tech option comes with a special function that automatically switches the lights on in low light. Fitted with washers, the pack also includes dipping interior mirror and water-repellent front glass windows. The new feature package is offered with a price tag of 895 pounds (1,040 euros).
The third-generation Prius is one of the most attractive models in the entire Toyota range, with record sales posted in several corners around the world. The best example is Australia which helped the Prius become the best selling hybrid in the country in July with 446 units sold in a month.
Up until now, the Japanese manufacturer sold a total of 1,33 million Priuses worldwide, 13,300 of them being delivered in Australia. Japan is obviously one of the largest markets, with the Prius named the best-selling car in May this year as sales reached 10,915 units.
"The success of Prius reflects the growing popularity of vehicles that are viewed as environmentally friendly. At the same time, customers are telling us they welcome the added performance, space and versatility of the new car - as well as smart features such as solar panels on the roof,” declared Mr Buttner Toyota Australia's senior executive director of sales and marketing.