Toyota showcases new generation Yaris hatchback

Toyota showcases new generation Yaris hatchback

October 16, 2019 0 By autotimesnews

Toyota Corporation has demonstrated the new generation of the Yaris hatchback. The novelty exceeds its class by offering comfortable driving, a high level of fuel efficiency and advanced safety technologies.

A public presentation will be held at the Tokyo Auto Show. The updated Yaris is due to hit the market next February.

The new Yaris is the first Japanese brand machine built on the TNGA platform. Due to the use of the new architecture, the novelty has a light, at the same time rigid body and a low center of gravity. The platform provides not only excellent stability in driving, but also high-quality driving due to the reduction in the weight of the car.

The design of the novelty is made in the style of “B-Dash!”, The manufacturer wanted to develop an appearance that has sufficient performance to make the car look like it is ready to take off at any time. The new Toyota Yaris will be offered in 12 colors, in particular, in the recently appeared shades of Ice Pink Metallic and Coral Crystal Shine. In addition, six 2-color solutions are available in combination with a black or white roof.

The spacious interior creates a comfortable atmosphere, giving the motorist the opportunity to focus on driving. The inconspicuous cross section of the dashboard creates a wide impression, along with a small steering wheel making the interior more spacious and sporty.

The motor range of the novelty is represented by a 1.5-liter in-line Dynamic Force Engine 3-cylinder engine, which is combined with a CVT and Direct Shift-CVT, a 1.5-liter Dynamic Force engine, combined with a 6-speed manual transmission and a modified power unit by 1, 0 liter with a compact and lightweight variator. In addition, the Japanese brand announced the appearance of a hybrid variation Yaris, which will receive a 1.5-liter Dynamic Force engine and a new generation hybrid system.

The new Yaris will for the first time have an E-Four system (electric all-wheel drive system). The Japanese corporation was among the first to adopt a number of advanced functions that are not amenable to a general hierarchy depending on the size of the car, such as Advanced Park, Toyota’s advanced automatic parking system, the latest Toyota Safety Sense and Display Audio with the ability to connect a mobile device.