Toyota has unveiled its new media gear and is showing off the new features of its new car, the Prius.
The Japanese automaker has also rolled out the first of several new media products to the brand’s online platforms, including a video app for Android, a music app, and a photo-sharing app for iPhone.
The Prius’ new design and styling are clearly aimed at the smartphone user who has been demanding a premium, high-end, all-electric vehicle.
The company has also announced its plans to add more media content to the company’s websites, including videos and music.
The new products are a big step for Toyota, which has been a pioneer of media in the automotive industry for years.
Its first media products were for the 2010 model year, but the company has since grown its portfolio of media assets to include media sites and apps, including the popular news app The Verge.
Its Prius is also a significant step up from the Priuses of old, which were largely souped-up hybrid models with the promise of electric drive.
Toyota has also been working on more electric vehicles and has been pushing for more charging infrastructure around the world.
The car, Toyota’s first mass-market car to offer a hybrid drivetrain, is expected to go on sale in 2020.
It has a base price of about $70,000.