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2015 Toyota Yaris Review
The new Toyota Yaris isn’t just one of the UK’s top selling small cars… It’s one of the most advanced too. Big on performance and practicality, it’s available in three and five-door body styles, and is the only supermini to offer drivers’ the choice of a full hybrid engine. With its standard automatic gearbox, the car qualifies for free road tax and emits just 75g CO2/km – making it one of the greenest cars in its class. To compliment its compact dimensions, the Yaris also gets all the big car reliability and safety you’ll find across the rest of the Toyota range – with all models offering five star EuroNCAP rating, traction control and and seven airbags as standard. So… Lets take a closer look at the car’s design and specification. With privacy glass and alloy wheels offered as standard on this Hybrid edition, there’s no doubt the Yaris makes a strong impression. Standard equipment includes LED daytime running lights, a striking rear light design, while drivers can even choose this dazzling panoramic roof. Inside, There’s room for five, and excellent headroom for front and rear passengers. The spacious boot is easily big enough to cope with the demands of a growing family… The Yaris is packed full of neat gadgets too. Smart entry & keyless start mean no fumbling for keys, while rain-sensing wipers, dusk sensing headlights and cruise control all help to take the stress out of driving. On top of that, Toyota Touch comes as standard on all models except Active grade - and will put features including Bluetooth and a rear view parking camera at your fingertips. You can also upgrade to Toyota Touch & Go for full satellite navigation. MP3 & iPod connectivity means music devices can be connected remotely via Bluetooth or through a USB connection. The album, artist and track is displayed on the screen. On the road, the Yaris’ tight turning circle, light steering and nimble handling makes it the perfect partner for the city. While comfortable suspension and strong engine performance make it a capable motorway cruiser too. And there’s more… A suite of hi-tech options includes a wireless internet hot spot, while those who want to use their Yaris to get out and about can choose bike racks and luggage boxes. The Toyota Yaris… Happy driving, from Toyota. Find out more: Join the conversation: Facebook: Twitter: Google+: Instagram:

Toyota Mirai production line: Chassis and fuel cell system assembly
The Toyota Mirai fuel cell sedan features a CFRP Stack Frame which is produced at the assembly area of Toyota’s Motomachi Plant, formerly the LFA Works. Following the installation of the fuel cell stack, the Boost converter, hydrogen tank and tubes are fitted to the vehicle. This video also shows the hydrogen leak test which is performed using helium. Next, the vehicle’s fuel cell stack and hydrogen tank are installed at the same time, followed by preparation of the electric motor and marriage of the air compressor to the fuel cell stack. Before the chassis assembly is complete, the drive shaft, front axle, inverter, water heating unit, high voltage cable, front suspension, motor, rear axle, front bumper and wheels are installed. Note: CFRP = carbon fiber-reinforced plastic Join the conversation: Facebook: Twitter: Google+: Instagram:

The All New Toyota Yaris
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All-new Toyota Aygo 2014 - the reveal!
Toyota AYGO - the reveal! Get a look inside the Toyota AYGO as it is revealed at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show. AYGO is dynamic. AYGO is colourful. And more importantly, AYGO is fun! Go Fun Yourself with the New Toyota AYGO. Register your interest here: Get more info on out blog: