Presenting the world premiere of the next generation Auris
Debuting to the world, the New Aygo, with its fresh youthful-fun exterior and additional driving enjoyment.
Introducing the European premiere of Concept-i Series and Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride Concept showcasing the potential of electrification, autonomous driving and artificial intelligence.
Signalling the return of Toyota’s most iconic sports car with the World premiere of a new racing concept.
The Third Generation Auris.
Making its world debut on the 6th March at the Geneva Motor show the third generation Auris, featuring its more dynamic exterior design, with a brand new 2.0 litre full hybrid powertrain. Joining their extensive engine line up, marking the debut of Toyota’s dual hybrid strategy.
New Toyota Aygo.
Additionally debuting to the world at this year’s show is the New Toyota Aygo, strengthening this city cars character in a competitive market. Changes include a more youthful and distinctive design and improved performance and handling for that fun-to-drive experience.
“Better Mobility For All”
Toyota’s vision of “Better Mobility For All”, showcases the engineering and design it is exploring to maximise the potential of future Battery Electric Vehicles (BEV), Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles (FCEV), autonomous driving and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The Concept-i Series is a family of three BEVs, individually designed to meet the needs of different user types within a variety of driving environments, making full use of autonomous driving capabilities and AI.
The Toyota Fine-Comfort Ride Concept explores FCEV technology and how it can be developed to produce a spacious new form of the premium saloon with a new flexible layout.
Finally, Toyota will also reveal the much anticipated modern racing concept which highlights its commitment to bring the Toyota brand’s iconic sports car back to the market.