2014 toyota geneva motor show: auris hybrid touring sports - the c-segment's first wagon with full hybrid powertrain
In addition, the new Auris Touring Sports offers customers the combined benefits of Toyota's Easy Flat, one-touch foldable rear seats, a double level loadspace floor, a roller-type luggage net and a two-way tonneau cover.
Wagon body-style variants currently represent 25% of the C-segment market, with 75% of those sales attributed to the fleet market. The new Auris Touring Sports further broadens the appeal of the Auris range, helping to increase the model's segment share to over 5.0% in 2014, its first full year of European sales. Since its launch in July until the end of 2013, the Hybrid version represented 60% of the Auris Touring Sports sales.
Designed for Europe, the new Auris Touring Sports is built at Toyota Motor Manufacturing UK alongside the Avensis, reinforcing the company's commitment to its European operations.
|Auris Hybrid Hatchback|
|Engine||4 in line cylinders|
|Fuel type||95 unleaded petrol or higher|
|Valve mechanism||DOHC 16-valve with VVT-i|
|Fuel system||Electronic Fuel Injection|
|Motor generator||permanent magnet AC synchronous|
|Max. output||60 kW|
|Max. torque||207 Nm|
|Max. power (system total)||136 DIN hp/100 kW @ 5200 rpm|
|Max. torque (petrol engine only)||142 Nm @ 4000 rpm|
|Main dimensions & capacities|
|Overall length||4,560 mm|
|Overall width||1,760 mm|
|Overall height||1,460 mm (1,475 mm with roof rail)|
|Cargo capacity||from 530 dm3 to 1,658 dm3|
|Fuel tank capacity||45 l|
|Drag coefficient (Cd)||0,29|
|Max. speed||175 km/h|
|Acc. 0-100 km/h||11.2 s|
|CO2 emissions (combined cycle)||85 g/km|