Defra, the government department responsible for the environment, food and rural affairs, is replacing a significant proportion of its diesel company car fleet with British-built Toyota Auris hybrid electric models. The changeover, expected to cover more than 400 vehicles, is already under way and will continue throughout 2018 in a rolling replacement process. The cars will be used by four Defra organisations: Environment Agency, Marine Management Organisation, Rural Payments Agency and Animal and Plant Health Agency.
The increasing popularity of Toyota’s petrol-electric hybrid vehicles helped propel the manufacturer to a 5.5 per cent increase in new vehicle sales in 2017 – in a UK market that declined overall by 5.6 per cent
Twenty-five years ago Toyota built its first car in Britain, launching a manufacturing enterprise that has delivered more than four million vehicles to customers in the UK, Europe and beyond
A one-of-a-kind Toyota Auris Hybrid, the top prize in this year’s official Red Nose Day prize draw for Comic Relief, has been handed to its proud new owner.
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The UK woke up this morning to government pollution alerts across the country.
Toyota Racing’s Anthony Davidson took time out from his preparations for the World Endurance Championship season to take delivery of a new set of wheels for life away from the race track.
Specialist pet care business Pets at Home has taken delivery of six UK-built Toyota Auris Hybrid hatchbacks to expand its successful grooming service, The Groom Room, which opened in 2009.