Toyota will reveal the new Yaris Hybrid at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. This model is actually a big step forward in the full hybrid roll-out strategy of the company when it comes to Toyota core models in Europe. The Yaris is the best-selling model. The Hybrid version is the second core model to have Full Hybrid Technology. It features an exclusive, aerodynamically efficient exterior design and also a HSD power-train offered by the carmaker that combines a new 1.5-liter petrol engine with a lighter electric motor, transaxle, inverter and battery pack. The model is very efficient thanks to the air conditioning and automatic transmission installed as standard. The incredible design combined with the urban agility, functionality and segment-best packaging with the innovation, efficiency and environmental credentials make the new model the most advanced Yaris made by Toyota.
The Yaris Hybrid will make its world debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. It combines the ingenious packaging and urban agility of the Yaris model range with the unique driving experience and efficiency of Toyota?s full hybrid powertrain, Hybrid Synergy Drive (HSD). The new Yaris Hybrid launch marks a new, major step in the company?s full hybrid roll-out strategy to Toyota core models in Europe.
The Yaris is Toyota?s best-selling core model, with the largest ?Unit in Operation? fleet on European roads. Following the launch of the Auris Hybrid back in 2010, the Yaris Hybrid is Toyota?s second core model to feature Full Hybrid technology, and brings this remarkable powertrain to the biggest volume segment in Europe.
The new flagship of the Yaris model range, the Yaris Hybrid features an exclusive, aerodynamically efficient exterior design. Featuring the new design face of the Toyota brand, it combines a new, more assertive Under Priority trapezoid opening frontal design element with the Keen Look design implemented on the front lamps.
The Yaris Hybrid features the first downsizing of Toyota?s HSD powertrain. Combining a new, 1.5 litre petrol engine with a lighter, more compact electric motor, transaxle, inverter and battery pack, the new system is 20% lighter than that of an Auris Hybrid.
Thanks to the reduction in size of every key HSD component and both fuel tank and battery installed under the rear seat, the Yaris Hybrid features an identical occupant space and the same 286 litre luggage capacity to that of the conventional models.
The Yaris Hybrid?s highly efficient, 74 kW/100 DIN hp powertrain will offer a leading balance of performance and CO2 emissions in the B-segment, whilst allowing customers to frequently drive in modes that emit zero NOx, PM and CO2 emissions.
With air conditioning and automatic transmission installed as standard, this high level of efficiency does not mean that customers have to compromise on comfort to achieve class-leading emissions.
Combining striking design, urban agility, functionality and segment-best packaging with the innovation, efficiency and environmental credentials of Toyota?s full hybrid technology, it represents the most advanced Yaris yet by Toyota.
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