A lot of it has to do with aerodynamics, as green cars need to be able to cut through air resistance effectively in order to maximize fuel economy. A prime example is the Toyota Prius, which has that distinct wedge shape. This shape “helps make for an extremely efficient and ‘slippery through the air’ coefficient of drag.” Another possible reason (though likely not the main reason) is that the distinct looks set the cars apart, as the Prius is easily identifiable and becomes an icon of sorts.
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