Ben Cohen reviews the Toyota Prius Plug-in

Ben Cohen

Ben Cohen, the former England international and Rugby World Cup Winner, test drove the Toyota Prius Plug-in as part of the Go Ultra Low campaign.

A Go Ultra Low car is an ultra low emission car which produces 75g or less of CO2 per kilometre from the tailpipe – the Toyota Prius Plug-in emits just 49g/km of CO2.

Ben was keen to see how the Prius Plug-in would fit around his life. He runs an environmentally-friendly farm and has twin girls, so the Prius Plug-in – a spacious family car that returns an average fuel economy of 134mpg – seemed an ideal choice.

Take a look at the video below to see how he got on.

GoUltraLow.com aims to provide a one-stop hub for everything you need to know about ultra low emission vehicles.

To find out more about the Prius Plug-in, visit the dedicated area of the Toyota website.

See also
Toyota Prius Plug-in records a 698mpg lap of the Nürburgring
Toyota Prius Plug-in hybrid helps beat the ‘back to school’ blues

 

Comments (2)

  1. I’ve got the Prius+ it’s fab and its hard to tell when it swaps between Petrol and Electric because its so smooth, you would notice an automatic changing gear more than the car swapping.

    Love it.

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