Toyota Launches Redesigned Hybrid Sai Model in Japan

Toyota Motor Corporation has recently announced the launch of its facelifted Sai hybrid sedan on the Japanese market.
Toyota Sai Hybrid 1 photo
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
The new Sai model comes with a completely overhauled look, with ultra-wide headlamps stretching on almost the entire front end, strong chromed insertions on the hood tip and over the headlamps, redesigned front and rear bumpers as well as resculpted foglight surroundings and daytime running lights.

Inside, the dashboard has been redesigned, getting wood and metal trimmings, ending in a cool sweeping central console that appears to flow downwards like a waterfall, while the switches and all other controls are illuminated in a cool blue accent giving the interior an upscale look.

The hybrid powertrain has been retuned to achieve a fuel economy of 22.4 km/l and 104 g/km CO2 emissions according to the Japanese standards. See the video bellow for a close look on the Toyota that you didn’t even know it existed.

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