Toyota Yaris Hybrid
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 photos. And while hybrids remain a tiny share of the market in Europe--far behind the diesels that make up half of all sales in many countries--Toyota plans to use them in Europe to set itself apart from other mass-market carmakers. DON'T MISS: 2016 Toyota Prius Preview Video That was the message...
Toyota Yaris Hybrid-R Concept Revealed In Full, Debuts Frankfurt
Toyota has revealed a full teaser image of its Hybrid-R concept due at the 2013 Frankfurt Auto Show--and it's the hot hybrid hatch we were expecting. The company revealed a simple R logo a few weeks back, and rumors were rife it might find its way onto a next-generation Supra sports car. Then the...Antony Ingram
Why Can't U.S. Buyers Get Hybrid Toyota Yaris & Honda Fit?
Both Toyota and Honda are hybrid pioneers. Both companies sell subcompact gasoline models (the Toyota Yaris and the Honda Fit) and separate subcompact hybrid models (the Toyota Prius C and Honda Insight). What most U.S. buyers don't know is that those companies also sell hybrid versions of the...John Voelcker
Green Car Roundup: Production Cars At 2011 Geneva Motor Show
This year's Geneva Motor Show was absolutely crammed with concept cars. But amidst all the outrageous styling and one-of-a-kind features, several important production cars showed up as well. Not all of them were called production cars, mind you. Toyota, Ford, and Audi all showed off new models...John Voelcker
Rumor: Toyota To Show Yaris Hybrid Concept At Geneva Motor Show
Last year, Toyota promised to launch a dozen new hybrid and plug-in hybrid models by the end of 2012. One of those new hybrid models may be unveiled in concept form at next month's Geneva Motor Show. Two Dutch websites are reporting that the company will use the show for the world debut of a Toyota...John Voelcker