Safety ratings, and their accompanying videos, from IIHS and NHTSA are giving thumbs up to the 2016 Toyota Prius and the soon-to-be launched Prius Prime plug-in hybrid electric vehicle.

The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety rated the car as Good overall, and it’s the safest Prius ever according to IIHS’ detailed table. “Good” rating in all categories translated to the 2016 TOP SAFETY PICK+ from IIHS.

You can view the IIHS video on the 2016 Toyota Prius small overlap IIHS crash test below.

Toyota Prius IIHS crash test

The Prius Prime is schedule to roll out later this year. Toyota plans for it to become one of the best-selling plug-in hybrids in 2017, with a sales target of 60,000 units sold annually.

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration included the Prius Prime in its crash testing safety evaluations. Both the Prius standard hybrid and the Prius Prime share the same platform and overall structure.

For overall safety ratings for the 2016 Prius, NHTSA issued a five-star rating even though not all the tests won that highest-level score. For the Frontal crash rating, the rating received four stars; for side crash, it was five stars; for rollover, the Prius was given a four-star rating; and the overall rating was five stars.

View the NHTSA video here, called “2016-2018 Toyota Prius/Prius Prime Hybrid NHTSA Frontal Impact.”

Toyota Prius NHTSA crash test