With a new Toyota Prius on the horizon, rumors abound as to what the next-generation of the world's best-selling hybrid will offer.
Some changes are a given: Better fuel efficiency, an improved interior, a revised yet familiar shape.
Others, such as all-wheel drive, looked less likely--but Toyota engineers are still considering this addition, according to Automotive News.
"I think we will possibly do it", said senior managing officer in charge of powertrain development, Koei Saga.
All-wheel drive wouldn't be the car's main drivetrain layout--the next Prius will still be a front-wheel drive car.Read Article