New crossover Toyota Yaris Cross went on saleAugust 31, 2020
The new car is designed to emphasize the individuality of the owners, as well as provide low fuel consumption and has a large set of electronic assistants.
Toyota has launched a new crossover, the Yaris Cross. The presentation of the model took place in Taiwan. On the exterior, we note a large number of plastic body kit inherent in off-road versions, as well as more widened wheel arches and a modified bumper design. The interior of the car turned out to be very stylish – we would like to highlight the appearance of an infotainment complex with the possibility of accessing the World Wide Web, as well as the original design of the instrument panel.
The vehicle is based on the new TNGA platform (GA-B). A pleasant surprise was the large volume of the luggage compartment – this was achieved with the dimensions of the car 4145x1730x1475 mm. As a power plant, an atmospheric 1.5-liter engine is used, capable of delivering 105 hp. The engine works in tandem with a 5-speed manual transmission or a variator, depending on the configuration. But the all-wheel drive system will not be available.
The developers claim that the engine will be very efficient and fuel consumption is minimal.
Among the equipment, we note air conditioning, engine start with a button, seven airbags, as well as a modern active safety package. In Taiwan, dealers ask for the basic version of Toyota Yaris Cross 639 thousand Taiwan dollars
Earlier, the web showed photos of the interior of the new budget crossover Toyota Urban Cruiser. For an inexpensive car, the interior turned out to be interesting and functional. Recall that the novelty is a revised copy of the Suzuki Vitara Brezza cross.
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