Following months of conjecture and a number of leaks, Toyota has finally unveiled its all-new 2010 Prius hybrid. Using the 2009 Detroit Auto Show as a launching pad, the third-generation Prius is scheduled to simultaneously hit showrooms in the U.S. and Japan by late spring and will filter across to other markets soon after. The 2010 Prius will offer even better mileage ratings and performance than the current model, while also being quieter, roomier, and equipped with more features. Some of these include an available moonroof with solar panels, four driving modes, Intelligent Parking Assist (IPA) and steering wheel touch controls that display on the instrument panel. The first-generation Prius, which was EPA rated at 41mpg for the combined cycle, was replaced by the current model, which is EPA rated at 46mpg for the combined cycle.