This paper proposes an interleaved totem-pole bridgeless boost power factor correction (PFC) converter with soft-switching capability. In the proposed converter, an inductor is added compared with the conventional interleaved totem-pole bridgeless boost PFC converter. The added inductor is located between two PFC converter units, and by utilizing the energy of the added inductor, all switches can achieve the zero voltage switching (ZVS). In addition, by applying the phase-shifting control between two PFC converter units, the proposed converter can control the magnitude of the current flowing on the added inductor as an optimal value. Therefore, the proposed converter can achieve the ZVS operation, while minimizing the additional conduction loss and core loss of the added inductor. As a result, the proposed converter can achieve the high efficiency. The feasibility of the proposed converter is confirmed with 180-264 V-rms input and 1.6 kW (400 V/4 A) output prototype.