Hybrid vehicles, like the Toyota Prius, have become extremely popular thanks to their impressive efficiency on the road. The 2019 Toyota Prius, for example, is capable of delivering up to 50 highway and 54 city mpg. How are hybrid vehicles capable of delivering this incredible level of efficiency, though?

The main component behind a hybrid model is its internal combustion engine and its electric motor. Thanks to a process called regenerative braking and the engine, the battery gets charged. Furthermore, the electric motor provides some additional power. In other words, all of these elements under the hood work together to ensure that you get increased fuel efficiency and a more aerodynamic, compact design without sacrificing quality performance.

You can learn more about how Toyota hybrid vehicles perform, and how the hybrid engine works, in this short video.

Have any questions about our Toyota models? Or maybe you would like to learn more about our Toyota hybrid cars? Stop by Sloane Toyota of Malvern, located in Malvern, PA, and our team would be happy to help you schedule a test drive with your preferred driving option.

Visit us today and we can help answer any questions you may have about our hybrid vehicles and their performance.

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