Here is our comprehensive review of 2018 Toyota Auris features, redesign, horsepower, engine specs, fuel economy, interior, price and release date
Toyota’s C-segment sedan is ready to debut in 2018 completely renewed: from the platform to the style. Today we propose new spy pics of the future generation of Toyota Auris 2018. The sedan, also in the hybrid list and station wagon (Toyota Auris Touring Sports), of the Japanese brand is refreshed in design and is proposed radically changed; The current version was launched in 2012 and, compared to the first model, it really changed a lot and then rejuvenated in the aesthetics in May of 2015 so as to approach the family-feeling of the other models Toyota in the range.
To date we do not know much about this generation that we will see on the road from next year and the heavy cam moulds do not let glimpse a lot about the work done under the aesthetic point of view, if not lines decided and spinning.
With Auris, the brand of the Sol Levante has conquered a large niche of clientele and has also approached that which is the conception of the hybrid, first in a compact car of segment C, then also in its family variant to make it so available also Families and those looking for plenty of space for cargo.
Compared to the model currently on the list, this presents a revised aerodynamics and improved thanks especially to a more inclined engine bonnet, a design rich of “edges” like the rib that starts from the front handle and ends on the optical groups Rear. Behind the Auris seems to flip a little bit the shape of what is a tailgate that at the moment shows convex presenting more straight and less sophisticated.
Toyota Auris 2018 could only be born on the modular platform of Toyota Prius, the TGNA (Toyota New Global Architecture). From the latter in fact it will inherit also the hybrid engine, the “usual” 1.8 hybrid with power that from 136 horsepower passes to 122 horsepower (90 KW) and equipped with an automatic change with continuous variation, the E-CVT: Also a choice engine that more than half of the clientele has Made to date for this model. Its performances speak of a peak speed of 180 kilometers per hour with 0-100 shot carried out in 10.6 seconds and consumption declared around 31 km with a litre with emissions of 70 grams of CO2 by kilometer.
Petrol engines (1.2 turbo from 116 horsepower) and diesel (1.4 D-4d from 90 horsepower and 1.6 D-4d from 111 horsepower) will not be missed on the list.
Still not branched the price list which, however, will not be very much from the current model in the range, starts in fact around the 23,000 euros for the petrol and diesel versions and from 25,000 euros for hybrids.