The price is still a huge question in my mind ... what do they mean by lowest price hybrid? Do they mean the average person will really be able to drive out of a Toyota dealership with a Prius C for less than the $19,200 (including destination) of the base Insight? Or, since few people buy the base Insight, are they really targeting the over-$20k LX? And will this lowest-priced Prius C be like the "level 1" Prius that Toyota brought out with much fanfare a couple years ago? A car that might be sold to a few fleets but the average person can't actually obtain? I'm very excited about this car, but that excitement will only hold if it turns out you can genuinely get one for under $20k, destination included. Watching the video at the top of this thread again, it may not be too bad. About halfway through you can see the cargo area, and looks about typical in floor length for today's hatchbacks -- at least 24", and longer than the Scion xD for sure. Might be a bit of a squeeze, but bikes in back should be doable at least for us shorter drivers. Looks like much of the shorter length is due to the short front and rear overhangs.