A look at the 2019 Nissan Leaf and Toyota Prius as they look to stay on top of their competition

In 2019, the Nissan Leaf will be the first electric car to hit the U.S. market and Toyota’s Prius will be on the road by 2020.

But Nissan’s and Toyota, as the two biggest players in the electric car market, are taking a very different approach to the next generation.

Nissan and Toyota will start the year with two electric cars: the Leaf, the first car to offer a fully electric range, and the Toyota Priva, the world’s first plug-in hybrid vehicle.

Both cars will be made in Japan, but Nissan will make its Leaf in the U: The Leaf, made in Nissan’s plant in the United States, and Toyota is planning to make its Priva in Japan as well.

Both vehicles will be powered by electric motors, but the Leaf will have a lithium-ion battery pack and Toyota plans to offer it with an option to have it paired with a gas engine.

Both of these cars will start with the same engine.

The Leaf will feature a 1.8-liter, 240-horsepower (236 kW) engine with electric motor and transmission.

The Priva will feature an all-electric battery with an output of 230 kilowatts (440 kW) and can be paired with either gasoline or electric powertrains.

The all-new Leaf will get a range of 160 miles (240 kilometers) on a single charge, while the Priva has a range up to 300 miles (500 kilometers).

Both vehicles are expected to start with a price tag of $40,000 and both will have an MSRP of around $49,000.

The Nissan Leaf is expected to cost $30,000, while Toyota is expected with a more affordable Priva at around $27,000 for the base model.

The electric cars are expected on sale in the summer of 2020.

Both are expected with some hybrid technology.

The new Priva comes with a plug-and-play hybrid battery pack that will provide electricity and charge the battery at up to 60% capacity.

Nissan says the Leaf can charge to 80% in as little as two hours.

Nissan claims the Prius can charge up to 120% in 15 minutes.

Both cars have a 30-kilowatt (50-kilohm) lithium-polymer battery pack, and both are expected for plug-ins.

The Nissan Leaf’s range is expected at around 220 miles (300 kilometers), while the Toyota’s range could be around 200 miles (320 kilometers).

The Prius’ range could range between 200 and 300 miles.

Both will have battery packs that offer a range in excess of 200 miles on a charge.

The Toyota is likely to offer both the 1.5- and 2-kilohm packs.

The 3.5 kilohm pack will be available in both models.

Both vehicles will have optional electrification technology, and they are expected of both to include a charging network that can charge your batteries at the end of each charge and can charge at a variety of rates.

The plug-off hybrid models are expected from both companies.

Both will have electric motors and electric motors will be paired to the battery packs, which are connected to the electric motors via an electrification charging system.

The charging network will include an inverter that converts the electricity to electricity for use in the vehicle.

The inverter will be able to charge the electric batteries at rates that are comparable to a gasoline engine.

Both the Priuses and the Leaf have a battery charge assist that will prevent the batteries from charging over the course of a charge, and it will also reduce the battery’s capacity as a result.

Both the electric cars and the plug-on hybrids are expected in the late 2020s.

Both models will be priced at about $32,000 to $42,000 when they hit dealerships in 2019.

Nissan will start selling the Leaf in July 2019, while both the Privilas and the Priza will go on sale starting in November.

Both are expected at about the same price.

Both were expected to debut at the 2016 Los Angeles Auto Show.

Both Nissan and Toyota are expected have both electric vehicles on the market by the end the year.