Toyota Auris (2010)

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Toyota Auris

Launched in at the heart of the highly competitive C-segment, the Toyota Auris has a solid reputation for roominess, practicality and reliability combined a secure, economical driving

On sale throughout Europe early spring, the Toyota 2010 will continue to to those who prize the peace of offered by these core, hatchback values. However, the model will also new customers who appreciate the marked it offers in style and interior its more refined driving and its wide choice of clean technologies.

With a choice of hybrid drive, and three and three diesel units the performance- and economy-enhancing benefits of Optimal Drive, the Toyota 2010 engine line-up customers the most comprehensive of powertrains in the C-segment.

The application of Optimal Drive across the Auris range in 2009 has effected a significant improvement in the environmental performance, lowering CO2 to segmentbest levels. Even the 2010 introduction of Hybrid Drive to the model range, the Toyota Auris CO2 average has reduced from 152 g/km in to 142 g/km in 2009.

Exclusively for the European market, the Toyota HSD introduces full hybrid to a core model at the heart of the line-up, the first step in the of HSD (Hybrid Synergy Drive across the company’s entire model range by the early Built at Toyota Motor UK, it targets an important shift in perceptions of full hybrid

2010 Toyota Auris

and above the benefits of exceptional efficiency and low CO2 emissions inherent in Synergy Drive, the everyday driving comfort and remarkable of Toyota’s full hybrid will offer the Toyota HSD customer a smooth and sophisticated experience entirely unique to the As a result of Hybrid Synergy and Toyota Optimal Drive the Toyota Auris will be the Toyota to comply with 5 emission standards across the model range by July Toyota Optimal Drive has CO2 emissions throughout the Toyota 2010 engine range, significant cost of ownership to fleet customers.

With low 89 g/km CO2 emissions. the Toyota HSD plays a significant role in reducing Toyota’s whole-fleet CO2 which, having fallen by 16 between 2008 and 2009, stands at just 130 g/km.

The C-segment remains a core of the volume market, representing 20% of total European new car sales. plans to sell 101,000 Auris models in 2010 in 2011 – the first year of sales with all variants available – units.

The Toyota Auris combines dynamic exterior changes with extensive improvements in quality, materials, driving comfort, and visual The Toyota Auris HSD incorporates unique styling details to the car’s aerodynamic performance. The incorporates hybrid-specific instruments, and upholstery.

Exterior design: a more confident road

Redesigned bumpers have the front and rear overhangs by 15 mm and 10 mm As a result the Toyota Auris has increased in overall length by 25 mm to mm, while the long, 2600 mm remains unchanged.

With a new bar-type grille, more headlamp clusters, LED daytime lights and a wider lower air intake, the entire front of the Auris 2010 has been to enhance the car’s stable, stance and create a more image.

The rear design has strengthened to provide a stronger, confident road presence. The corners have been outwards and create a new ‘catamaran’ profile which accentuates the Auris 2010’s muscular and wide track.

The latest to the model line-up, the Toyota HSD incorporates several unique design features which improve the car’s overall efficiency and indicate the presence of Hybrid Synergy Drive

The upper grille opening has optimised to help the air flow over the upper half of the and the size of the lower grille has enlarged to reduce airflow as well as improving engine efficie

Housing a revised configuration, the flat, vertical of the bumper corner not only the Toyota Auris HSD’s stance and driving stability, but corrects airflow as it passes the front wheels to minimise arch turbulence.

Allied to a 5 mm of vehicle ride height and a of purpose-made, 15 or 17 alloy wheels integrated, aerodynamic caps and low resistance tyres, a large, mounted rear spoiler improves the Toyota Auris aerodynamic efficiency.

Acting in combination to smooth and the flow of air over the car, HSD-specific design modifications reduced the Toyota hybrid’s of drag from Cd 0.290 to effecting reductions in both consumption and CO2 emissions.

The Toyota 2010 is available in a choice of six colours, including a new, Pearl White finish.

design: improvements in quality, and visual appeal

Soft materials now cover the top of the driver’s cluster and the upper glove and the seat upholstery has been across the range. The height of the console storage box has been by about 50 mm, and it now functions as an armrest. A more comfortable steering incorporates redesigned audio and phone control switches.

The bridged centre console brings the gear lever, and instrumentation within the closest reach of the driver has a new, metallic finish matched by the handles. The handbrake design has revised with a new lever button, a tactile, ergonomic and lower seating in the release

Control panel colour and changes have enhanced layout visibility, and the illumination of the meter dials has been to white for improved clarity and

In conjunction with the introduction of Synergy Drive, the Toyota HSD interior features several modifications. The driver’s instrument has been revised, with the replaced by an Eco Drive Assist The centredial information panel additional, Hybrid Synergy specific information such as Flow and Eco Drive Result

A hybrid blue Smart switch has been added to the of the instrument cluster. The centre incorporates a Parking Control EV, Eco and Power drive mode and a shiftby- wire transmission with a high-quality silver finish.

Toyota Auris HSD and switchgear illumination has been to greenish white numbers on a blue background for the meter audio and heating controls, and the Start, Drive Mode and Control switches.

A choice of upholstery finishes features a specification, blue-flecked seat fabric, while high models are trimmed in Alcantara with leather surrounds.

Powertrains and driving dynamics

The Auris 2010 powertrain features a choice of full drive, and three petrol and diesel engines offering the and economy-enhancing benefits of Toyota Drive. The introduction of a Hybrid Drive model makes is the most comprehensive range of available in the C-segment, catering for customer requirement.

As a result of Optimal Drive technology, the Auris will be the first to comply with Euro 5 standards across the entire model range by July

Starting at just 118 g/km, CO2 have been lowered the engine range, offering cost of ownership benefits to customers.

The introduction of the Toyota HSD will create an important in customer perceptions of full technology. The advantages of exceptional efficiency and low CO2 emissions are obvious. the Auris HSD customer will experience a smooth and sophisticated experience -unique to the C-segment- to the everyday usability, driving and remarkable quietness of Toyota’s award-winning, full hybrid

With remarkably low 89 g/km CO2 the Toyota Auris HSD plays a role in further reducing whole-fleet CO2 average which, fallen by 16 g/km between and 2009, already stands at 130 g/km.

1.33 litre VVT-i with Stop system

The 1.33 litre VVT-i petrol engine 73 kW/ 99 DIN hp and maximum torque of 128 Nm at 3800 while returning an average consumption of 6.0 l/100 km and CO2 emissions of 139 g/km.

The unit benefits numerous Toyota Optimal engine optimisations. A combination of technology, a resin cylinder cover and intake manifold, and a compact design has effected a reduction in engine weight and Combustion efficiency has been through the use of a high efficiency port, a high compression and long reach spark

Extensive friction reduction include enhanced engine rigidity and bore circularity, an valve roller rocker arm with a new camshaft profile, lightweight pistons with a low coating, low viscosity oil and a water spacer.

Toyota Optimal environmental technologies are represented by the of a wide ratio 6-speed transmission and optional, Stop System technology.

This innovative system switches off the engine when the is stopped. The world’s first engaged ring gear allows for automatic engine within half a second the clutch is lifted, with reductions in engine start and seat vibration levels.

equipped, the 1.33 litre VVT-i unit’s fuel and CO2 emissions are lowered still to just 5.9 l/100 km and 136 g/km

1.6 and 1.8 litre Valvematic petrol

The 1.6-litre Valvematic engine 132 DIN hp and classleading maximum torque of 160 Nm at 4400 rpm. When with a 6-speed manual the unit returns a combined fuel consumption of 6.6 l/100 km and CO2 emissions of only 152 g/km. transmission further reduces fuel consumption and emissions, to 6.3 km and 146 g/km respectively.

The 1.8 litre engine develops 147 DIN hp and maximum of 180 Nm at 4000 rpm, yet the engine’s fuel consumption is only 6.7 km, and CO2 emissions are 155 g/km. Through the of Toyota Optimal Drive, engines benefit from the lightweight technology, compact and combustion efficiency engine as the 1.33 litre unit.

In friction reduction measures an improved valve roller arm design with a new camshaft small, lightweight pistons a low friction coating, enhanced block rigidity and bore and low viscosity oil.

The environmental of Toyota Optimal Drive are by the application of wide ratio manual transmissions and an optional, transmission available with the 1.6 unit.

Offering class-leading power and torque, Valvematic is a development of Toyota’s highly Dual Variable Valve (Dual VVT-i) system.

lift and duration control to the inlet valve timing to more power for less consumption with reduced CO2 Valvematic also reduces and pumping losses under engine loads, further fuel consumption.


The three diesel engines in the Auris 2010 model also benefit from the application of Toyota Optimal technologies.

Lightweight technology and a design have resulted in a reduction in engine weight and Numerous combustion efficiency measures include a lower ratio, optimised combustion dimensions, enhanced Exhaust Gas (EGR) cooler efficiency and steel exhaust manifolds close-coupled Diesel Particulate (DPF).

The adoption of Piezo injectors is of significance. Their high reaction time makes high speed injection This has the effect of both the rate of combustion expansion and a more thorough burn the combustion chamber, thus reducing particulate, NOx and CO2 emissions.

The 2.2 engine also benefits Toyota’s Diesel-Clean Advanced (Toyota D-CAT), which a Diesel Particulate and NOx Reduction (DPNR).

1.4 D-4D 90 diesel

The 1.4 litre D-4D engine 90 DIN hp and maximum torque of 205 Nm at only to 2800 rpm, and may be equipped a Diesel Particulate Filter for CO2 emissions that are amongst the in the C-segment.

When equipped the manual transmission and a CCo, the 1.4 90 unit returns a combined fuel consumption of 4.7 l/100 km and CO2 emissions of only 124 g/km. versions fitted with a DPF just 4.5 l/100 km and a remarkable 118

This outstanding, 118 g/km CO2 performance has been achieved combining Toyota Optimal with various measures to maximise the aerodynamic and fuel of the Toyota Auris 1.4 D-4D 90, as lowered suspension and low rolling tyres.

2.0 D-4D 125 and 2.2 D-4D 180 engines

With a DPF fitted as the 2.0 D-4D 125 delivers 126 DIN hp and maximum of 310 Nm from 1800 to 2400 Combined cycle fuel is 5.2 l/100 km and CO2 emissions are 138 g/km.

The Auris’ powerful, 2.2 litre further benefits from Diesel-Clean Advanced Technology D-CAT), which incorporates a Particulate and NOx Reduction filter The 2.2 D-4D 180 unit delivers 177 DIN hp and a impressive maximum torque of 400 Nm 2000 and 2800 rpm. average fuel consumption is 5.9 l/100 km, and CO2 emissions only 154

6-speed manual and MultiMode

Every engine in the Toyota 2010 range is mated to a Optimal Drive six-speed transmission featuring wide-spread designed to optimise fuel and lower CO2.

An optional, transmission is available on 1.6 Valvematic and 1.4 D-4D 90 diesel versions. is an automated manual transmission a fully automatic shift and no clutch pedal. It offers the a choice of two, fully gear change modes or a sequential gear change steering wheel-mounted shift

Revised suspension and steering for an driving experience

Through collaboration between Toyota’s and Japanese Research and Development the implementation of regional customer and extensive European testing the Auris’ suspension system has fine-tuned specifically for the customers and of the European market. It combines high speed driving with secure handling and ride comfort.

The Toyota ‘ speed-sensitive Electric Steering (EPS) has also revised and refined to provide feedback and improved vehicle The Toyota Auris HSD brings the refined, smooth and silent Synergy Drive experience to a mainstream model customer for the first time in Europe.

equipment specifications

Every Auris 2010 model the Terra grade now benefits wireless, Bluetooth hands-free phone connectivity -independent of the navigation system- allowing for call sound output the vehicle speakers. The fully audio system now incorporates a jack USB/AUX input located within the upper allowing for the connection of MP3 players to the audio system.

The seat has also been upgraded, five new finishes available for the inserts; one woven dark fabric, three Tatami – dark grey grey or ruby touches orange stitch, or greige grey stitch, Kaze grey fabric, two leather dark grey and greige and one partial leather /Alcantara in grey.

Auto-levelling headlamps can be with optional, HID (High Discharge) lights, and an optional camera with a display into the driver’s rear mirror will be available at a date.

The Toyota Auris HSD a hybrid-specific driver’s instrument and driving mode switchgear, and a transmission lever. Instrument and illumination has been adopted to white numbers on a hybrid background. A choice of upholstery features a standard specification, seat panel fabric, high grade models are in Alcantara panels with surrounds.

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