Tag: Toyota

New Toyota hybrid van makes global debut at CV Show

Toyota Corolla Commercial Van

WELL, here’s something that’s been kept neatly under wraps by Toyota – the world debut of its Toyota Corolla van at the CV Show (31 August-02 September 2021). Based on the Corolla Touring Sports 1.8 Hybrid model but with the rear seats removed and replaced with an accessible load area and with the rear windows darkened.  The new Toyota Corolla Commercial Van…

New Toyota electric SUV to launch

New Toyota battery electric SUV silhouette

TOYOTA, master of the hybrid and the hydrogen fuel cell, is now adding battery electric power to its new car armoury. The company says it will preview the new battery electric car soon, but for now all we have is the outline silhouette of an SUV model (above). As yet, Toyota has not named the vehicle, saying only that it is based…

Haskell Hydrogen Systems takes Toyota Mirai to demonstrate hydrogen power

Haskel Toyota Mirai

HASKEL Hydrogen Systems, a company helping to build a global refuelling infrastructure for hydrogen fuel cell vehicles, has added a Toyota Mirai saloon to its fleet in a bid to promote the low carbon transport potential of Toyota’s hydrogen fuel cell technology. The car was delivered to Haskel’s Sunderland base on 13 August. While the company has a fully operational hydrogen refuelling…

First pictures of new Toyota Yaris

New Toyota Yaris Mk4

THIS is the all-new Toytota Yaris supermini. The fourth generation Fiesta/Corsa rival will be powered by a new 1.5-litre three-cylinder hybrid engine. Toyota says the new hybrid unit is 20% more efficient and can drive in urban conditions for longer in electric only mode. CO2 emissions are 85g/km. The styling of the Mk4 is certainly more aggressive than the current model with…

New-look logo for Toyota

New Toyota brand logo

TOYOTA is introducing a new version of its brand logo throughout Europe.  The company said it was part of its transition from a car maker to a mobility provider. Toyota says the new design language operates fluently across all digital and physical touchpoints and has been shaped by four key principles: forward-thinking, mobile-ready, more premium feel and consistency across all business units…