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post #1 of 5 Old 07-08-2011, 05:06 PM Thread Starter
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Default A look at the Prius Energy Monitor. Can it be improved?

The Prius Energy Monitor screen displays really basic information, and looks like it has everything we need to know without any cluster of useless info.

Do you feel the Prius Energy Monitor displays enough information?
Can it be improved?
Should Toyota look into developing a Prius heads up display with a Energy Monitor?





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head's up display is a nice feature to have, but it's not needed. Stuff like that should be left for Lexus since it's a costly option. People who buy Toyota are looking for affordable vehicles.

The Prius energy monitor doesn't need any changing, I've had a chance to see one and it displays all the info you need. All I can see that can be added is maybe a percentage of power left so we have an accurate reading instead of bars.
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head's up display is a nice feature to have, but it's not needed. Stuff like that should be left for Lexus since it's a costly option. People who buy Toyota are looking for affordable vehicles.

The Prius energy monitor doesn't need any changing, I've had a chance to see one and it displays all the info you need. All I can see that can be added is maybe a percentage of power left so we have an accurate reading instead of bars.
If the heads up display is made in the masses, all together the price will drop for that feature from Toyota just like with anything in bulk, I guess it's just a matter of finding out the demand. Good point on percentage, but it may just be a matter of going through the options guide.



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yeah it can be improved!!

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yeah it can be improved!!
Yup. Just make sure you go through the process instead of jumping the gun. Get a professional involved if you have to.
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