Very nice. I will get it for my daughter when it comes out in the fall. It is a hatchback, am pretty sure I saw that the rear seat folded down, it is the size of a Camry, list base price is $20,486, and will average 55 mpg. Because it was on a revolving pedestal, I could not get inside the vehicle. My overall impression is the Toyota will have a winner here with the only "losers" being those who bought version "one" (in more depreciation) as the new vehicle is larger and will get better gas mileage for the same money. But that can happen to anyone when a better model is released.