Video: So, What Do You Call Multiple Priuses?

With Toyota predicting that the Prius will soon be the most popular car in America, the company is trying to decide what to call more than one Prius.


Toyota predicted at the beginning of this year that its most successful hybrid vehicle, the Prius, will be the best selling car in America by 2020. With such big goals ahead of it, it makes sense for the company to be planning ahead, thus explaining its new ad campaign.

Because it anticipates they'll be all over the road soon, Toyota wants to make sure people know what to call multiple Priuses. Is it just that—Priuses—or is it something else entirely? Prii? Prium? Prius, a la moose and fish?

Toyota has designed a website and ad campaign to entice consumers to cast their votes about what the plural of Prius should be. Whatever is decided upon (our vote is for Priuses) we sure do love the Sesame Street nostalgia the campaign's video conjures.

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"I got an 'invoice' email telling me that I had paid for a $3800 laptop," Browning writes on his YouTube page. "No links... just a phone number. It's a real shame that these scammers emailed me because I was able to find out exactly who they were and where the were."

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Danielle Reno of Missouri left her car running and it was stolen by thieves. But she wasn't going to let her car go so easily.

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