Toyota Reveals Paris Line-Up

The new Auris Hybrid will deliver class-leading efficiency


A new Auris will also be unveiled in Paris. Promising improved dynamics, more distinctive styling, higher equipment levels and better fuel efficiency a range of petrol and diesels, as well as a hybrid option will be available from launch early next year.

From the exterior the new ‘face’ of Toyota is apparent in the design of its grille and the sharp-edged appearance of its headlights and LED daytime running lights. Inside the Auris there’s a brand new interior: more spacious and apparently more comfortable

In terms of dimensions the Auris is 4275 mm long, 1460 mm high and 1760 mm wide and the new car is longer by 30 mm and is 55 mm lower than its predecessor. This model features the lowest ride height in the class and has a boot capacity of 360 litres. A new Auris Tourer will also join the line-up. It will be the first model in its class to offer the choice of full hybrid power, as well as petrol and diesel engines



Toyota’s five seater Verso has been improved inside and out, and features a new exterior that is in keeping with Toyota’s new design language. Two petrol engines (1.6L 132b hp and 1.8L 147b hp) will be on offer and two diesels, a 2.0L and a 2.2L. The Verso’s driving dynamics and NVH levels have also been improved.



The 2013 Yaris Trend will also make its first public appearance  in Paris and is a further development of the sharper-styled supermini.  Featuring a more distinctive interior design, finishes, textures and colours it is aimed at younger, style-conscious customers.



Fans of the GT86 will welcome the news that Toyota are introducing the TRD (Toyota Racing Development) lineup of accessories, a first for the European market. The range includes exterior and interior accessories and mechanical parts, sold individually rather than being grouped into packs.


 8th September, 2012

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