2019 Toyota Auris. It appears so far only in the form of a five-door hatchback, not worth selling until 2019, the last Toyota Auris is important because it will not be available with a diesel engine – the fuel of choice for many in Part C. After 20 years of hybrid development and successful market presence, Go to a new strategy. From now on, it will offer two hybrid power-generation options for its core models – one that benefits from traditional features, such as fuel efficiency, convenient drive, and other that offer greater power and more dynamic driving features. The first to get two mixed systems is the new third-generation Toyota Auris, making its world premiere debut at the Geneva Motor Show at the moment.
Toyota says its main goal in designing the new 2019 Toyota Auris is to create the most aggressive and dynamic hatchback on the market. The looks look subjective, but there is no denying that the third generation seems more athletic than its predecessors, although it remains true to the conservative approach of the company generally to exterior design. Based on the same adaptable structure that also supports C-HR and Prius, in addition to the Lexus UX, the Mk3 Toyota Auris has a set of bazas in the design section, compared to its predecessor, at least. In the foreground, the polished grid resembles a hybrid Prius Plug-in Hybrid, while the swoopy lines converge in-depth – they are not a similar design, but more homogeneous in the Honda Civic. The copy also shows that Toyota intends to continue its charm through the two-tone chassis, with the ceiling and cushions black in contrast to the paint below.
The hatchback is based on the new Toyota Global Architecture (TNGA) platform, and will be introduced with only one conventional ICE – a turbocharged 1.2 liter petrol engine. There will also be a familiar hybrid system using a 1.8-liter engine, producing 122 horsepower (91 kW). Toyota says it is “silent, intuitive and responsive” with “low-cost of ownership, no need to recharge the components, providing an excellent economy of fuel consumption and low emissions of carbon dioxide.” A newly developed 2.0-liter hybrid system, which provides an active 180-horsepower (134 kW) engine. For a more attractive driving experience, the hybrid version 2019 Toyota Auris is equipped with steering wheel paddle.
Toyota has invested over £240 million in manufacturing facilities in the UK to ensure that it can produce a TNGA platform. The 2019 Toyota Auris car is important for UK plc: production at the Burnaston plant (above) is 144,000 in 2016, making it the second most adopted car in Britain after Qashqai.