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Toyota Auris Hybrid

  • 2019 Toyota Corolla hatchback, 2018 New York auto show

    The Toyota Corolla is the world's highest-selling nameplate, having surpassed the Ford Model T and Volkswagen Beetle years ago. It exists in many different models and varieties all over the world, but the U.S. hasn't always been offered the hatchback version. In fact, the Corolla lineup only regained its five-door model when Toyota shut down its Scion brand and folded the former Scion iM compact hatchback into the Corolla line for 2017. DON'T MISS: 2019 Toyota Corolla Hybrid hatchback debuts in Geneva for Europe The company has long planned a new generation of its high-volume compact sedan...

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    2019 Toyota Corolla Hybrid hatchback debuts in Geneva for Europe

    Remember hatchbacks? Actually, come to think of it ... remember passenger cars? You know, the sedans and wagons and hatchbacks that don't have all-wheel drive and aren't jacked up 6 to 9 inches off the ground? They used to roam this fair land of ours, but lately, they seem to have been routed by...

  • 2016 Toyota Prius auto-show debut, 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show
    2016 Toyota Prius: Official Auto Show Debut At Frankfurt Motor Show

    It was actually introduced to the world last week, but the 2016 Toyota Prius hybrid made its official auto-show debut yesterday at the huge Frankfurt Motor Show. A large crowd of journalists from around the world crowded around the covered car, eager to see in person what so far they'd only seen in...

  • Screencap from Toyota Auris ad
    Toyota Auris Ad Complains About Auto Emissions, Doesn't Mention Electric Cars

    By now, you've probably seen it: the new ad for the Toyota Auris Hybrid. But on the off chance you haven't, here's the Cliffs Notes version: Sometime in the future, a man and woman awake in their stylish apartment. It's got enough bells and whistles and Roombas to give Michio Kaku a heart attack...

  • Toyota Auris Touring Sports Hybrid first drive, Mallorca
    Toyota Auris Hybrid Wagon: Are You Missing Out On Europe's Prius V Alternative?

    It's easy enough to find a hybrid these days, with plenty of automakers offering cars that blend gasoline engines and electric propulsion to one degree or another. More difficult is finding a hybrid vehicle suitable for more active families, those with greater need for space and practicality. Where...

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    Expanding the Prius Lineup: Minivan, Compact Hatch, or Coupe?

    While the all-electric cars being launched as 2011 models--the Nissan Leaf, Chevrolet Volt, and Coda Sedan--get lots of attention, their total U.S. sales won't break 100,000 in their first year. Toyota, on the other hand, sells more than twice that number of hybrids here each year, making it by far...

  • 2011 Toyota Auris Hybrid - European model

    Toyota's plans to expand its Prius hybrid into an entire line of vehicles still aren't completely clear. Rumored new models have included a coupe version and a tall station wagon or "people mover" small minivan. Now a road test of the Europe-only 2011 Toyota Auris Hybrid raises the question: Will this compact hatchback be the first addition to a broader range of new Prius models? Essentially a Corolla hatchback Unlike the Prius, the Auris Hybrid doesn't use a dedicated body. Instead, it's a hybrid version of the gasoline car that replaced the Corolla hatchback in Europe way back in 2007...

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    2010 Geneva Motor Show: New Green Production Cars

    No, sadly, we're not at the 2010 Geneva Motor Show, underway this week in Switzerland. But we've been keeping close tabs on the introductions via our colleagues throughout the High Gear Media network. Here's our list of the green cars shown at Geneva that are headed for production. Most of them...

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