Toyota Auris HSD (2011)

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The Toyota HSD introduces Hybrid Synergy technology to a mainstream model of the line-up. The new 5-door hatchback is with the first and only hybrid powertrain in the highly C-segment.

Reflecting Toyota’s lead in the drive towards mobility, Hybrid Synergy will serve as a core applicable to all future models. The of the Toyota Auris HSD is the first in the deployment of Toyota’s full drive technology across the entire European model

Globally, Toyota will around 10 new hybrid models by the 2010s and, by the 2020s, the aims to offer all models a Hybrid Synergy Drive® derivative. The system has been designed to be ‘future proof’ and is adaptable to use in both full-electric and fuel cell vehicles.

The Auris HSD launch completes a Auris 2010 model which offers marked in style and interior quality. The range also benefits a more refined driving and a wider choice of Toyota Drive-efficient powertrains.

The introduction of HSD the Auris 2010 range within the C-segment. Auris is the model to offer a choice of diesel or full hybrid comprehensively catering for every requirement.

2011 Toyota HSD

Exclusively designed for the European and built at Toyota Motor UK, the Auris HSD drives like no car in its class. Its introduction will an important shift in customer of full hybrid technology.

and above the benefits of exceptional economy and low CO2 emissions inherent in Synergy Drive®, the everyday driving comfort and remarkable of Toyota’s full hybrid will offer the Toyota HSD customer a smooth and sophisticated, and stress-free driving experience unique in the C-segment.

Capable of both independently and in combination, the Synergy Drive® system’s 1.8 VVT-i petrol engine and motor generate a maximum output of 136 DIN hp, equipping the Toyota HSD with a 0-100 km/h time of 11.4 seconds and a speed of 180 km/h — to match any conventional 2.0 litre or petrol hatchback.

Conversely, the full hybrid returns fuel consumption figures of 3.8 l/100 km in the European homologation cycle and remarkably low, tax-efficient CO2 emissions of just 89 — a figure unmatched by any C-segment car. In addition, the Auris HSD generates significantly NOX emissions than diesel cars of comparable performance.

when operating in a unique, EV mode, the Toyota Auris HSD zero CO2, NOX and PM emissions, for up to about two kilometres at speeds of up to 50 km/h, dependant on battery and driving conditions.

The Toyota HSD’s exterior design several unique styling to improve the car’s aerodynamic and the fuel efficiency of its Hybrid Drive® powertrain. The interior hybrid-specific instruments, switchgear and

The Toyota Auris HSD represents value for money. Its best-in-class CO2 and combined cycle fuel offer customers significant, tax incentives, inner city charge exemption and exceptionally low costs.

Hybrid Synergy A Unique Eco Driving Experience

The Auris HSD drives like no car in its class. It is equipped with the and only full hybrid in the C-segment. Its introduction will an important shift in customer of full hybrid technology.

The of exceptional fuel efficiency and low CO2 are obvious. However, the Auris HSD will also experience a and sophisticated, relaxed and stress-free experience thanks to the everyday driving comfort and remarkable of Toyota’s multiple award-winning

Named International Engine of the in 2004, Green Engine of the and Best Fuel Economy of the Year for the fifth consecutive in 2008, Toyota’s Hybrid Drive® represents the ultimate of high technology and environmentally-conscientious thinking in powertrain design.

The Efficiency Of Toyota’s Full Technology

Unlike rival, hybrid vehicles, the Toyota HSD is a full hybrid capable of in petrol and electric modes as well as a combination of both. Its Hybrid Synergy Drive® delivers the energy-saving benefits of a hybrid combined with the benefits of a parallel hybrid.

hybrid technology equips the new hatchback with instant impressive, seamless acceleration and quiet operation, yet returns fuel efficiency and the lowest emissions.

In combination, the Hybrid Drive® system’s 1.8 litre petrol engine and electric generate a maximum power of 136 DIN hp, equipping the Auris HSD with a km/h acceleration time of seconds and a maximum speed of 180 — performance to match any 2.0 litre diesel or petrol

Conversely, the Auris full returns fuel consumption of only 3.8 l/100 km in the European combined cycle and targets low, highly tax-efficient CO2 of just 89 g/km. In addition, the Auris HSD generates significantly NOX and PM emissions than diesel cars of comparable performance.

Moreover, when operating in a switchable EV mode, the Auris HSD zero CO2, NOX and PM emissions, for up to about two kilometres at speeds of up to 50 km/h, dependant on battery and driving conditions.

Hybrid Drive® system architecture

The Auris HSD’s latest series/parallel full hybrid features a 1.8 litre VVT-i engine, a powerful electric a generator, a high performance a power control unit and a split device which a planetary gear set to combine and power from the engine, motor and generator according to requirements.

Key to the successful installation of Synergy Drive® within the HSD’s front-engined hatchback the electric motor, generator and split device are all housed in one highly compact transmission directly comparable in size to of a conventional gearbox.

The full drive system’s seamless, electric continuously variable is controlled by Shift-by-Wire technology, an electric shift lever

Powered by the hybrid battery, the motor works in tandem the petrol engine to boost during normal driving. to Toyota’s full hybrid technology, the electric motor powers the driven wheels the Toyota Auris HSD is operating in EV

During deceleration and under the electric motor acts as a generator to effect regenerative Normally wasted as heat, energy is recovered as electrical for storage in the high performance

1.8 Litre Atkinson Cycle

The lightweight, highly compact, 1798 cc Atkinson cycle engine develops max output of 73 DIN hp at 5200 rpm and max torque of 142 Nm at 4000

Combined with a cooling Gas Recirculation system, the adoption of the cycle offers significant in fuel efficiency and the reduction of

Because the intake valves late in an Atkinson Cycle compression is delayed. This a high expansion ratio for compression, reducing intake and energy losses and converting energy to engine power effectively. As a result, the exhaust is lower than that of engines.

The cooling Exhaust Gas system reduces cooling and pumping loss and consequently efficiency is enhanced. Heat catalyst adoption is mostly to reduction of enrichment.

The 1.8 litre features numerous further to both improve performance and minimise fuel consumption and VVT-i (Variable Valve helps boost response across the entire rev range by the air-fuel intake and exhaust timing to suit the conditions at any time. As well as improving at low and medium engine speeds, the also reduces emissions and fuel efficiency.

In addition, the features roller rocker arm control, a resin intake with an optimised port and 12-hole, atomising, long injectors. Thin, long spark plugs contribute to anti-knocking performance, and low tension rings, reduced piston a standing oil jet for piston cooling and a steel pipe exhaust further enhance engine In combination, these advanced contribute to improved power with reductions in both consumption and emissions.

Ultra-low Vibration and Harshness (NVH) are one of the key attributes of Hybrid Synergy and particular attention has been to minimising engine noise and The rigidity of engine parts the cylinder block and crank has been optimised through Computer Aided Engineering analysis. A highly rigid, aluminium cylinder head combines light weight reduced noise and vibration.

The itself is mounted on a 4-point system with mounting characteristics optimised for the suppression of and vibration. And dynamic damper is within the engine mount to minimise noise and vibration, as as reducing engine start/stop

Hybrid Transaxle with Continuously Variable Transmission

Housing the electric motor, power split device and a gear in one lightweight, highly transmission casing directly in size to that of a conventional the transaxle lies at the heart of the Synergy Drive® system.

The hybrid drive system’s E-CVT electric continuously transmission is controlled by Shift-by-Wire using an electric shift system. The shift lever is designed to always return to its position when released and the position can be checked on the shift indicator integrated within the instrument cluster.

Adjacent to the lever, a parking switch integral indicator light is to engage or release a parking mechanism within the transmission The parking lock is automatically when driving off and automatically when the car is switched off.

The features a multi-function gear making it lightweight and highly Numerous measures have adopted to reduce component and drive shaft energy lowering hybrid system consumption. The world’s first tooth shaving process enhanced planetary ring precision, minimising transmission

The lubrication system has been to reduce stirring and the use of ball minimises transaxle component

Electric Motor/Generator

The high permanent magnet, synchronous motor/generator has a maximum power of 60 kW. It works in tandem with the engine to boost acceleration and the driven wheels alone the Auris HSD is operating in EV mode.

instant power and a maximum 207 Nm of the motor is six times more than that of rival, hybrid systems. It is air cooled and drive voltage amplification is 650 However, under ordinary conditions, unless maximum is required, the motor is driven at an voltage whenever possible to fuel efficiency.

High Battery

The battery pack proven and reliable nickel-metal technology. It is located beneath the loadspace floor, minimising on cabin accommodation and giving the HSD a luggage capacity of 279 litres.

Control Unit

Similar in to a 12 volt battery, the Hybrid Drive® power control (PCU) consists of a voltage converter, an inverter and a DC/DC controlled by a motor control ECU receives commands from the vehicle control ECU.

The converts the battery’s direct into a 650 volt alternating to drive the electric motor and the generator, offering significantly PCU performance.

A conventional, non-hybrid is equipped with an alternator to the auxiliary battery. However, an alternator cannot operate engine cut-off driving a full hybrid vehicle an alternative system. Hybrid Drive® incorporates a DC/DC to reduce the high voltage of the 202 V battery pack to 14 V, supplying to the accessory systems and charging the battery.

Hybrid Synergy In Operation

Over the course of any Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy system operates in several modes to maximise the Toyota HSD’s overall efficiency.

At the engine stops automatically to fuel. Under operating of low engine efficiency such as up and low to mid-range speeds, the vehicle runs in EV mode, on the electric alone, thus eliminating NOX and PM emissions.

Under normal conditions, power allocation is adjusted between engine and motor to combine optimum with maximum fuel

Via an Electronically Controlled Braking the electric motor acts as generator during deceleration and braking to effect regenerative optimising energy management in the Synergy Drive® system by kinetic energy (normally as heat under braking and as electrical energy for storage in the performance battery.

Battery level is constantly managed via an driven generator to obviate any to recharge the system from an source.

Three on-demand Modes — A Unique Eco Experience

Supplementing the NORMAL mode, three alternative, drive modes — EV, ECO and — may be selected to further driving efficiency, performance and economy.

From start up and at of less than 50 km/h the NORMAL drive mode the Toyota Auris HSD automatically in EV mode depending on driving and battery charge, driving electric motor power to give instant power and an smooth, quiet ride minimal NVH. This driving mode is not available to of mild hybrid vehicles, the full hybrid technology of Synergy Drive®.

Though the engine will still if the system judges that its is necessary, the switchable EV mode for significantly greater throttle without engine start up. with vehicle range by battery charge, the EV drive allows for urban driving minimal noise and zero NOX and PM emissions for up to two kilometres. Because the use of light to medium throttle keeps the petrol engine off throughout its operation, the EV drive contributes to a significant reduction in the Auris HSD’s overall consumption.

In ECO mode, throttle to aggressive accelerator pedal is reduced and air-conditioning control for improved fuel economy.

A mode also modifies the of the Toyota Auris HSD to throttle here boosting power to acceleration and enhance driving The POWER mode provides a 25% throttle response to accelerator input.

Complimenting these on-demand drive modes, an Eco Monitor helps drivers the fuel efficiency of Toyota’s hybrid powertrain. Via the multi-information in the instrument cluster, drivers may the flow of energy within the Synergy Drive® system for driving mode. This them develop relaxed, efficient driving techniques and system efficiency.

In addition, a yet clear power consumption in the combination meter shows how power is being used or at any given time.

Comfortable, Driving with low NVH level

The HSD brings the extraordinarily refined, and silent Hybrid Synergy experience to European C-segment for the first time.

In order to maximise the unique of Toyota’s full hybrid system, the Auris HSD features body, chassis, suspension and modifications to the recently launched 2010 model range.

HSD Bodyshell

The centre floor of the Toyota Auris HSD has been to accommodate the Hybrid Synergy battery pack, which is beneath the rear loadspace Minimising impact on cabin this gives the new Toyota hybrid a luggage capacity of 279

Tuned Suspension

Through between the Japanese R D suspension team and Toyota’s European R D testing team, the Auris ride and handling has been specifically for the customers and roads of the market. It combines stable speed driving performance secure handling and superior comfort.

The front suspension a variation of the highly effective strut, known as an L-arm strut. This compact and rigid design brings the in-board from the wheel which allows for a wider with superior stability and noise and vibration suppression.

The suspension benefits from a efficient torsion beam featuring a separate spring and layout, creating a super-compact which does not intrude the vehicle’s loadspace.

Compensating for a in weight distribution effected by the of the hybrid battery pack to the both the Toyota Auris front and rear dampers been tuned for optimum quality.

Lowered Chassis Bespoke Wheels and Tyres

In with numerous aerodynamic details designed to maximise the efficiency of the full hybrid system and minimise wind during high speed the Auris HSD’s ride has been lowered by 5 mm to further aerodynamic efficiency and high stability.

In addition, it has been with unique, 15 or 17 Prius-style wheels with enlarged air for improved cooling air flow to the Controlled Braking System and 15 or 215/45R 17 low rolling resistance (latest generation).

Electronically Braking System

The Auris full hybrid drive incorporates an Electronically Controlled System which coordinates the of both hydraulic and regenerative and is 18% lighter and 31% smaller than systems.

The system is equipped ventilated disc brakes to the -273 mm for 15 wheels and 296 mm for 17 wheels- and 259 mm discs to the rear for optimum efficiency. Coordinated control of the and regenerative braking systems the regeneration of energy by the electric during deceleration and under

Revised Electric Power (EPS)

With a quick of 14.44:1 and just 2.9 turns the Toyota Auris HSD’s Electric Power Steering reduces hybrid system consumption for improved fuel

The EPS’ compact, high motor and torque sensor are into the steering column, steering assistance for more control of the vehicle. EPS improves economy by consuming power when steering force is needed. It is highly durable and no hydraulic fluid.

Compensating for the in weight distribution effected by the of the hybrid battery pack to the as well as the re-tuned suspension, the HSD’s EPS has also been to maintain optimum feedback and agility.

Low Noise, Vibration and (NVH)

Reinforcing the extensive Vibration and Harshness (NVH) measures inherent in the Auris aerodynamic styling and ultra-quiet Synergy Drive® system, attention has been paid to and vibration reduction within its rigid, impact absorbing structure.

The engine is mounted on a system incorporating dynamic for maximum suppression of noise and as well as reduced engine shock.

Road and engine have been rigorously through the comprehensive use of high-performance proofing materials throughout the and passenger compartments. An acoustic design further reduces noise for improved quietness at speeds.

As a result, the new Toyota hybrid sets the highest in Noise, Vibration and Harshness reduction, sound absorption and damping. This ensures enjoy a cabin environment of calm and quietness at all vehicle

Low Cost Of Ownership

Its segment-first, hybrid drive technology customers with an unparalleled of low maintenance, insurance and running with high reliability and values, the Toyota Auris HSD outstanding value for money.

CO2 emissions of just 89 g/km and cycle fuel economy of 3.8 l/100 km offer customers pan-European tax incentives, inner congestion charge exemption and low running costs.

The Toyota HSD’s full hybrid system has been specifically for low maintenance and exceptional durability. low parts pricing with service times and hence, labour costs, Auris HSD costs over 100,000 km are reasonable.

The outstanding reliability of Synergy Drive® has already proven through its installation in the . which shows the lowest cost per unit amongst all models. The Toyota Auris HSD from a three year/100,000 km extended to five years/100,000 km on system components.

The Auris HSD is expected to achieve competitive insurance ratings, residual values are expected to be in with vehicles at the top of the C-segment. In the of the UK market, a residual value of 38-39% (depending on model after 36 months/60,000 miles is

Low CO2 taxation and fuel costs

The Auris HSD fulfils Euro 5 standards and is expected to meet of Euro VI. Producing best-in-class CO2 of just 89 g/km — a unmatched by any other C-segment car the Toyota full hybrid customers significant tax incentives in European countries; for instance, Euros in France and 6,400 in The Netherlands.

Toyota Auris HSD also benefit from fuel efficiency. Whilst in NORMAL driving mode, the new full hybrid returns 3.8 l/100 km in the European homologation cycle. With the fuel levels of a small city the Auris HSD has a driving range of 1,180 km on a single tank of

This remarkable fuel is further enhanced by the Toyota HSD’s ability to operate in a switchable, EV mode. Unavailable to mild hybrid vehicles, EV allows the Toyota full to run on electric motor power for about 2 kilometres at speeds of up to 50 km/h, depending on battery and driving conditions, whilst zero CO2, NOX and PM emissions.

HSD running costs are likely to be to further reductions with the of future congestion charging in major European cities. In for instance, the Auris HSD’s vehicle status grants it from the statutory charge entering the Congestion Zone, a considerable annual cost for the urban dweller and customers who travel into the city

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Lower servicing costs outstanding component longevity

The Auris HSD’s 15,000 km interval maximises component efficiency, while the latest Hybrid Synergy Drive® has been specifically designed for low and outstanding durability.

The full powertrain has no need of a conventional motor or alternator. The engine is with a maintenance-free timing — a serving cost of some 300 Euros, an element oil and miniaturised spark plugs realising savings of 45% and 23% respectively. It has no drive belts whatsoever, excellent reliability with a saving of some 80 Euros.

Due to the of the Auris HSD’s Electronically Braking System, the brake have a life expectancy of 100,000 km and may never need to be during the vehicle’s lifespan. sized 15 and 17 tyres not only less than purpose-made but also their high, 2.4 and 2.3 bar significantly reduces wear, typical durability exceeding km.

With a proven reliability garnered over some 60 kilometres of driving worldwide, the quality Hybrid Synergy battery is designed to last the life of the car. Rigorously for performance and durability, it is covered by a year, 100,000 km warranty. system life expectancy is five years due to a high steel content, and ‘lifetime’ LED bulbs have a 20 year

Combining exceptional component with low parts pricing and the labour costs resultant short service times, Auris HSD maintenance costs 100,000 km are highly competitive.

The Auris HSD benefits from a year/100,000 km warranty, extended to years/100,000 km on hybrid system Prius warranty history has confirmed the outstanding reliability of Synergy Drive®, showing the warranty cost per unit all Toyota models. Over years, Prius warranty per unit is only 18% of that of the of which just 1.8% to hybrid componentry — the Auris HSD is fully expected to

Proven Toyota quality competitive insurance costs and residual values

With Toyota quality and Hybrid Drive® reliability already through the Prius’ top ‘Lowest ranking in JD Power’s 2007 and German, French and UK surveys, the HSD will bring an unprecedented of customer satisfaction to the C-segment.

The Auris HSD bodyshell has been to resist corrosion throughout the of the vehicle. The use of galvanized steel on most of the body components anti-corrosion characteristics. And an underbody further prevents corrosion as a result of paint chipping.

The HSD also benefits from already excellent record of low costs. Many components been developed specifically to impact repair costs and the structure itself has also designed to reduce repair when a minor collision

The crash box integral to the bumper absorbs collision energy, to reduce body structure The bumper reinforcement, front member, radiator support, bumper crash box and rear member all adopt bolt-fastening for reduced repair costs. And the support features a retracting to minimise damage to the cooling in the event of a minor collision.

The Auris HSD is expected to achieve competitive C-segment insurance and residual values are expected to be in with vehicles at the top of the C-segment. In the of the UK market, a residual value of 38-39% (depending on model after 36 months/60,000 miles is

The Toyota Auris HSD builds on the exterior design changes and interior improvements in quality, ergonomics, driving comfort and appeal introduced with the launch of the Auris 2010 range.

Externally, the new Toyota hybrid incorporates several styling details to improve the aerodynamic performance and the fuel of its Hybrid Synergy Drive® The interior incorporates hybrid-specific switchgear and upholstery.

Exterior Improved Aerodynamic Efficiency

new, full hybrid shares the long, 2,600 mm and 4,245 mm overall length of the 2010 model range, a 5 mm lowering of vehicle ride further improves its aerodynamic

The Auris HSD features the new, bar-type grille and more headlamp clusters of the 2010 range. However, the full upper grille opening has optimised to help the air flow over the upper half of the and incorporates a hybrid blue symbol.

The front bumper and spoiler design have been revised and the size of the grille has been enlarged to airflow resistance as well as engine cooling efficiency.

bumper corners house a foglamp configuration incorporating LED daytime running lights. The vertical surface of the bumper not only reinforces the Auris broad stance and driving but also corrects airflow as it over the front wheels to wheel arch turbulence.

In the Toyota Auris HSD may be identified by wing hybrid badging and a of purpose-made, 15 or 17 alloy wheels integrated, aerodynamic caps and low resistance tyres. These aero wheels feature air gaps for improved cooling air to the Electronically Controlled Braking In addition, a large, roof rear spoiler further the Auris HSD’s aerodynamic

To the rear, the Auris HSD shares the more confident design of the model range. This a ‘catamaran’ bumper profile accentuates the fill hybrid’s proportions and wide track. The of Hybrid Synergy Drive® is by hybrid-specific badging and a hybrid Toyota symbol.

Acting in to smooth and control the flow of air the car, these HSD-specific modifications have reduced the hybrid’s coefficient of drag Cd 0.293 to 0.283, effecting in both fuel consumption and CO2

The Toyota Auris HSD is available in a of six exterior colours, including a hybrid-specific, pearl white

Interior Design: Hybrid-Specific Switchgear and Upholstery

The Auris interior benefits from all the in quality, ergonomics and visual of the 2010 model range. touch materials cover the top of the instrument cluster and the upper box and the centre console storage box as an armrest. A comfortable steering incorporates audio and Bluetooth control switches.

The unique, centre console which the gear lever, handbrake and within the closest possible of the driver has a bright metallic matched by the door handles. panel colour and finish have enhanced switch visibility. Revised throughout the 2010 model range, the design features a new lever button, a tactile, ergonomic and lower seating in the release

In addition, in conjunction with the of Hybrid Synergy Drive®, the HSD interior also features significant modifications. The driver’s binnacle has been revised, the tachometer replaced by an Eco Drive Monitor. The centre-dial information includes additional, Hybrid Drive® — specific such as Energy Flow and Eco Result monitors.

A hybrid Smart Start switch has added to the side of the instrument The centre console incorporates a Control switch, EV, Eco and Power mode switches and a hybrid Shift-by-Wire transmission lever a high-quality silver paint

Toyota Auris HSD instrument and illumination has been amended to numbers on a hybrid blue for the Optitron meter panel, white colour — illumination — is used on start switch, Audio P control switch, drive switch and heater control

The Toyota Auris HSD interior is in Dark Grey. A choice of upholstery features a standard blue-flecked seat panel while high grade are trimmed in Alcantara panels leather surrounds.


The HSD will be assembled at Toyota UK’s Burnaston plant, in while the Hybrid Synergy system’s petrol engine be built in Deeside. Opened in Burnaston was Toyota’s first plant and vehicle production the three million mark in 2010.

After almost 20 years of experience, the Auris HSD represents a milestone for TMUK, with now becoming the first Toyota in Europe to produce a hybrid

An Auris HSD is built from separate components, of which 395 some 25% — are unique to the model derivative. This significant production complexity, 149 build processes — 69% of the — affected. Seven are entirely new to the assembly line, as the installation of the sub-battery in the luggage the main battery behind the seats, the high voltage and the modified, 1.8 VVT-i petrol

Quality remains an absolute at TMUK and all production techniques re-evaluated to maintain the highest in build quality, durability and

All assembly line members received National Vocational training in the handling of High components. A new Toyota Vehicle Checking System has been for the rigorous checking of all electrical components. And a new vision system has incorporated within the welding to ensure 100% checking of the voltage cable and battery weld studs.

The offline area has been completely to support hybrid assembly with a specific focus on voltage componentry and vehicle running. A new test track allows for comprehensive vehicle testing, including checking of the Auris HSD’s unique, braking system.

Based on the Rs -Refine, Reduce, Re-use, and Retrieve energy- TMUK’s to sustainable manufacturing already has a history, the Burnaston plant its goal of sending zero to landfill back in 2003.

is the first car manufacturing plant in the UK to qualified for Environmental Management ISO 14001 certification. It has received awards for its excellent environmental and is a carbon positive pioneer.

The and knowledge gained by TMUK in the of the Auris HSD will serve as a for hybrid manufacturing throughout supporting Toyota’s long-term of offering hybrid derivatives of all its by the 2020s.

Grades and equipment

The Toyota Auris HSD is available in grades — Mid, and Luxury. Its comprehensive standard specification has been carefully to simplify and enhance life on with electric front and windows, folding door air conditioning, 7 airbags, front LED daytime running lights, wheels, a radio CD player and Assist Control fitted as across the model range.

The full hybrid also from wireless, Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity of the optional navigation system- for incoming call sound through the vehicle speakers. The integrated audio system a mini jack USB/AUX terminal located within the glove box, allowing for the of MP3 players directly to the audio

Auto- levelling headlamps can be with optional, High Discharge (HID) lights, and an rear camera with a integrated into the driver’s view mirror will be at a later date.

The Toyota HSD interior incorporates a hybrid-specific instrument cluster and driving switchgear and a Shift-by-Wire transmission Instrument and switchgear illumination has amended to greenish white on a hybrid blue background.

A of upholstery finishes features a specification, blue-flecked seat fabric, while Luxury models are trimmed in Alcantara with leather surrounds.

HSD Mid models benefit from 15 wheels, automatic air-conditioning, electric continuously variable a Smart Entry and Start Vehicle Stability Control (VSC+), Hill-start Assist a Push Start button, a resin shift-by-wire transmission rear UV reducing privacy a large rear spoiler and grey Kaze trim blue touches.

Grade include 17 alloy wheels and a Bluetooth CD radio with a and voice recognition.

The comprehensive HSD specification further includes 17 wheels, a 6-speaker Bluetooth CD with a microphone and voice dusk and rain sensors, an EC view mirror with monitor image, a Smart and Start system, cruise and a large rear spoiler.

include full map navigation, parking sensors, a sunroof and monitor image projection on the console navigation screen.

customers with the ultimate in and convenience, the HSD Luxury grade on the HSD High specification with seat trim, door stitching and a large, hybrid-specific spoiler.

Options include Intensity Discharge (HID) with washers and an auto-levelling and a full map navigation system.


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