The overall design of Toyota Yaris is a combination of an all-new platform, interior exterior and also strength chains – including a three-cylinder hybrid – Is a Toyota’s supermini hatchback.
Toyota’s top-selling Indian model, the Yaris, is moving to a new generation next year – and the first official images and details have been exposed.
The fourth-generation Toyota competitor is estimated to go on sales began in India in the center of 2020 with consumer delivery started in June.
It has been redesigned from the ground up, with a new platform and a three-cylinder hybrid designed specifically for the new car.
The design itself is said to be more “short and sharp” than its ancestor, to banish the MPV-like dimensions of that car.
Empowered by the latest GA-B platform, there’s a significant 40mm reduction in roof height without, Toyota claims, a significant loss in the headroom.in new Yaris wide is 50mm 50mm, and also the wider track is 60mm, in this extended wheelbase by 50mm in the boost passenger space.
Despite this, the new car has reduced in length by 5mm. It means the Yaris is the only super-mini that is less than four meters long, aiding in-town maneuverability. The company claimed this Yaris is best-in-class also offering circle fits with this, too.
Toyota Yaris Interior & Exterior
In this Tokyo auto show, Yaris interior wasn’t unveiled to media, but some interior images were released. This Toyota Yaris cabin follows its principle of ‘hands on the wheel, eyes on the road.
with a minimums dashboard and infotainment system. driving mounted within the driver side-eye line, alongside binocular-style instruments cluster. The position has been improved, with a hip point 3.6cm lower than the old car and greater seat and wheel adjustment for a less upright seating point.
UK specs are unconfirmed but we know the Yaris will get Apple Car Play and Android Auto connectivity, with an 8-inch touchscreen as standard and a larger display potentially offered on top models.
It’s the first vehicle in its category to feature a centrally attached airbag arrangement within the driver and passenger, while a comprehensive set of driver assistance is standard.
Yaris Specification Details
The Europe Toyota Yaris 2020 will be available with three petrol engines, all with three cylinders. A base 1.0-litre will be offered with a five-speed manual gearbox, while a 1.5 will come with a six-speed manual or CVT automatic option.
The UK will take the two 1.5s initially, with the 1.0-liter likely at a later date. The hybrid, set to account for more than 80% of sales, uses the 1.5-liter unit mated to a 79bhp, 103lb ft electric motor and an air-cooled lithium-ion battery.
That battery is 27% smaller than the nickel-metal hydride pack it reinstates, yet remains able of delivering more extra power at a quicker rate than the old item.
Concurrently with a new transaxle and more efficient motor, Toyota claims the power train is 15% more strong than before yet produces around 20% less CO2. Power, torque also efficiency figures have yet to be released, however.
Everything has been confirmed is that the Yaris hybrid can switch to electric-only mode at speeds of up to 80 mph – far higher than previously.
The engine itself runs on the Atkinson cycle for greater efficiency, has variable valve timing, has a thermal efficiency figure of 40% and runs at a diesel-like 14:1 compression ratio.