Look around you. Like it or not, the Prius remains the most ubiquitous hybrid on the road, and frankly, we’re getting tired of looking at it. That’s why we’re excited for the 2016 Prius, which should undergo a complete redesign on one of Toyota’s new multi-vehicle platforms. AN reports that fourth-gen Prius buyers will be able to choose between two different kinds of batteries (lithium-ion versus nickel-metal hydride) to add variety in both cost and gas mileage. These cars are still selling like hotcakes, and a good redesign could send those numbers even higher.