New Toyota Auris - Lowest Emissions in Its Class

Toyota Auris Models 1 photo
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Toyota is clearly making its way deep into the economical hatchback market with its new Auris hybrid. Latest reports from the carmaker tell us that the model is now coming with even less CO2 emissions, placing it first place in its class.
The new Toyota Auris Hybrid is now available with just 84 g/km of CO2 exiting through its tailpipe, officially making it the lowest polluting family hatchback vehicle.

Tailpipe emissions were reduced by refining the car’s ECU software, as well as adopting some aerodynamic improvements, like the new aero-stabilising fins in the rear glazing. The modifications are working together to improve the overall efficiency without upsetting the vehicle’s performance.

Toyota’s Auris Hybrid will be available from June, the Icon trim level being the only one to emit 84 g/km of CO2, while the Excel version will remain at 91 g/km.
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