The 2017 Prius Prime marks Toyota’s re-entry into the plug-in car market. The Prius Prime offers 25 miles of all electric range and an additional 615 miles of hybrid range for a total range of 640 miles. The Prime features a 265 pound 8.8 kWh lithium ion battery coupled to an electric motor and a 1.8-liter 4-cylinder gas engine that generate a combined 121 horsepower (90 kW). In hybrid mode, the Prime achieves 54 miles per gallon with an 11.3 gallon gas tank; combined with the electric range, the Prime has a total MPG rating of 133 miles per gallon. The four-seater Prime is offered in three trims: Plus (starting at $27,100), Premium (starting at $28,800), and Advanced (starting at $33,100). All trims feature the same battery size, range, and performance, as well as 19.8 cubic feet of cargo space with fold-down rear seats. The Prime comes standard with quad-LED headlights and tail lights for optimal energy efficiency, a 11.6-inch HD center display info-tainment system, an optional heads-up display (HUD), and heated front seats with an optional heated steering wheel.