Toyota’s all-new Prius Plug-in will cost less than its predecessor, with a reduction in on-the-road prices prior to the car’s official on-sale date. The company says that the new variant also has more advanced technology, equipment, safety features and driving rewards than the original model that it’s replacing
Toyota recently revealed another facelift for the long-running Yaris range, with an update for the model that was first launched onto the UK market in 2011.
Toyota has engineered the new Prius to be able to tow a trailer for the first time in the hybrid model line’s nineteen-year history
Toyota has a new presence in the crossover market courtesy of the C-HR which made its world debut at the 2016 Geneva Motor Show. Designed to stand out both within the Toyota line-up and in its segment, it represents Akio Toyoda’s determination to allow greater stylistic freedom and promote engineering creativity in order to achieve eye-catching designs and enhanced driving pleasure.
Kia, manufacturer of the plug-in Soul EV, is the latest manufacturer to join the Go Ultra Low campaign
The government has today announced a long-term extension to the plug-in car grant, backed by a £400 million package to treble the number of ultra low emission vehicles on Britain’s roads.
The introduction of the all-new fourth generation Prius marks a further advance in the history and achievements of Toyota’s hybrid power technology.
The new Prius will be the unmistakeable star of Toyota’s presentation at the Frankfurt motor show. The fourth generation of Toyota’s pioneering hybrid car is set to make its world debut on 15 September.
Toyota has taken another step towards a hydrogen-powered future with the arrival of the first Mirai fuel cell vehicles at its import centre at Portbury, near Bristol.
The cars, landed on Saturday, are part of the first consignment to reach Europe, ahead of Mirai’s official launch in September.
As part of Toyota’s global introduction of the world’s first mass-produced fuel cell saloon, the four-door Mirai is being offered in selected European markets – the UK, Germany and Denmark – where a hydrogen fuel supply and retail infrastructure is being developed.