Toyota’s drive of planting sun-powered Wi-Fi daisies in major cities of the US, as a part of national marketing effort for the 2010 3rd-generation Prius launch, is on heat. These solar flowers are representing the Prius theme “Harmony between Man, Nature and Machine.” These 18-feet-high flower sculptures provide for a comfortable place to chill out for 10 people at a time, allowing for free access to Wi-Fi and a means for charging cellphones, laptops and other gadgets. Powered by solar panels embedded at the back of the petals and the base of the stem of the flower, the solar station models the solar roof of the 3rd-generation Prius that will be using solar power to ventilate the interior when parked in the sun. The Prius solar flowers, after revitalizing Boston, are all set to campaign across major cities in the US. These beautiful, attractive and eco-friendly statuettes have an intoxicating effect, providing all you freaks with a place to get closer to nature accompanied with your gadgets.