NEW COROLLA HATCHBACK & TOURING SPORTS
In fact, all core models will now be available with a choice of two hybrid powertrains. On the one hand, a 122hp, 1.8-litre engine offering all the fourth generation hybrid system’s strengths, including improved response and linearity, and the traditional benefits of fuel efficiency and a relaxing drive. On the other hand, a 180hp, 2.0-litre engine, matching these strengths with greater power on demand, effortless acceleration and more dynamic, ‘fun to drive’ characteristics.
The new Corolla range’s TNGA GA-C platform guarantees a more rewarding driving experience thanks to a centre of gravity that is lowered by 10mm, multi-link rear suspension fitted as a standard across the model range, and a 60% more rigid body shell through the use of high-strength steel as reinforcement in key areas.
The new RAV4 remains unique in its class in offering customers a self-charging hybrid powertrain – the new 2.5-litre, 222 DIN hp TNGA hybrid powertrain delivering step-changes in power, responsiveness and efficiency, with best-in-class fuel economy and emissions levels.
The new RAV4 is also the first Toyota to benefit from additional Toyota Safety Sense features that extend the use of advanced technologies to help prevent accidents and provide greater driver assistance, including systems that introduce a degree of automated driving.
It features an all-new 2.5-litre self-charging hybrid powertrain that combines fuel efficiency, low emissions and quiet operation with more power and greater responsiveness for newfound levels of driving pleasure. Key to the new Camry’s enhanced dynamic abilities and superior ride quality is its all-new, TNGA-based GA-K platform.
YARIS GR SPORT
The new GR SPORT takes the TOYOTA GAZOO Racing sporting influence to the heart of the Yaris range, delivering genuine fun-to-drive performance and sports styling. The GRMN-inspired modifications are focused on the suspension, giving the car engaging handling and responsiveness. The black 17-inch cast alloy wheels are exclusive to the GR SPORT. The GR SPORT is exclusively a five-door and will be available with the Yaris’ 1.5-litre self-charging hybrid powertrain.
TOYOTA YARIS Y20
In fitting style, there will be an initial production run of 1,998 Launch Edition Y20 models featuring the same gold paintwork used by the first Yaris back in 1998, but with the contemporary twist of a bi-tone dark grey roof. Standard and bi-tone versions will be available, the latter matching silver, pearl or black bodywork colours with a new dark grey finish for the roof. The exterior styling uses dark grey features to distinguish the Y20 within the Yaris line up.
Second generation Toyota Safety Sense
Moving one step closer to its ultimate goal of an automotive society with zero accidents, Toyota now rolls out the second generation of Toyota Safety Sense.
Innovative approach to press conference
The digital press conference will be hosted on a microsite under the following URL: parisms.toyota-europe.com as well as via the Toyota Motor Europe YouTube channel.