The new Toyota Yaris HSD has started its inaugural debut in 2011 Geneva Motor Show by using this moment as an important step for the strategy of Toyota’s hybrid car sales in European markets. Toyota aims to complete the full application of hybrid technology for all their models to be marketed in Eropa.The HSD 2011 Toyota Yaris is Toyota’s new car output that makes Toyata confidence to compete in auto sales in Europe and American market. The Toyota Yaris HSD concept anticipates intention to bring Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive ® to the B-segment, The Biggest volume segment in Europe.
With the Hybrid Synergy Drive car of this type, it is evident that Toyota targets urban customers expect from new vehicles and new experience of this car. The new Yaris HSD combines low fuel consumption, emissions and cost of ownership with unique, relaxed, and calm driving dengna. In addition, this car also proves that driving pleasure does not need to be compromised by tnaggung environmental responsibility and operational costs are relatively low. Amongst early Auris HSD customers, the majority quotes relaxation, an Engaging driving experience and the learning of new driving habits as the three most rewarding characteristics of Their new cars.
The 2011 Toyota Yaris HSD design concept inherited from the previous Yaris by offering a combination of intelligence for the driver and packaging that looks compact from the exterior and interior, as well as new aged more advanced and sophisticated design.
This car was flanked by a contoured lights, the upper grille opening is shallow, Helping the air flow smoothly over the upper half of the body. And the Toyota logo is fully integrated Within the front lip of the bonnet, adding stylish articulation to its leading edge.
In profile, the Toyota Yaris HSD concept’s sleek, monoform shape is emphasised by the long, sweeping roofline and a single, crisp character line which runs smoothly through the length of the vehicle. Short front and rear overhangs and a long wheelbase maximise passenger accommodation and loadspace on board.
introducing full hybrid technology into the B?segment has presented Toyota with several unique engineering challenges. The new powertrain design must be optimised for installation within the vehicle’s compact, extremely efficient packaging design, without detriment to either system quality and performance, or passenger accommodation and loadspace. This comprehensive repackaging of HSD technology is essential to meeting the growing market demand for urban-based family vehicles, without compromising either interior space or hybrid performance.
The production model, following on from the Toyota Yaris HSD concept, will be launched throughout Europe in the second half of 2012. Committed to the highest standards in build quality, Toyota has determined that the new full hybrid will be produced at the Valenciennes plant of Toyota Motor Manufacturing France.
Full hybrid technology will become an increasingly significant part of the company’s mainstream vehicle production in Europe. With the Auris HSD already in production at the Burnaston plant in the UK, Toyota will be the only car manufacturer producing hybrid vehicles from more than one European plant.
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