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The Prius after a journey to the merciless Marina parking lot.

The Prius after a journey to the merciless Marina parking lot.

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The Prius after a journey to the merciless Marina parking lot.

Annika Yong, Web Editor

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The Toyota Prius is a beast, possibly the most desired supercar currently in the market. Acquiring the luxurious liftback is one of the most cherished and valued dreams of many Americans in the Bay Area, and the Prius has proven its magnificence to many.

The Prius contains a power-split device (PSD) which replaces the traditional gearbox and transmission, and has a 1.8 litre 4 cylinder engine, not that you actually care. Before you skip to other articles, let me answer the real concern here and just assure you that the cupholders in the car fit your two boba drinks perfectly fine: one for you, and another one also for you because a) there’s never too much boba, and  b) you don’t have any friends to share with anyway. The Prius can also crawl from 0-60 mph in a whopping 10.3 seconds; this amount of acceleration is just about 4 times slower than a Ferrari, but as long as it’s fast enough for you to steal that one parking spot in front of Ranch 99 before the car that has been flashing its indicator and exerting its dominance reaches it, it’s good enough for Bay Area style driving.

“This car is just my dream come true.” said Prius owner Alexus Rack. “The radio might not be working properly since it could only access to two stations (Fox News and Disney) but it was perfectly fine for me and my kids. The kids really enjoyed Fox News, and I’m glad that they let me listen to Hannah Montana occasionally.”

The Prius also has a top notch braking system, which is extremely crucial to Bay Area driving, especially when driving in one of the most perilous roads in America – somewhere near 41800 Blacow Road. The braking system could help you avoid hitting your fellow jaywalking Irvington friends, which could rescue the dooming fate of your driver license and save you some jail time.

Many customers are also very delighted about the car’s unique features.

“I like how Toyota is doing more than its competitors,” said Minnie Cooper. “Whenever I break, the car lets out a little squeal, like a dying squirrel. It’s a very cute function.”

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