Toyota’s Auris will make its debut at the Paris Motor Show next month, highlighting the changing face of the manufacturer.
The car is being built in the UK and features improved dynamics, more instinctive styling and higher equipment levels.
Efficiency enhancements have been made to its powertrain line-up, with full hybrid, diesel and petrol versions to go on sale.
The interior is boosted by more cabin and boot space, while an edgier design is backed up by LED daytime running lights, new grills and sharp headlights.
Compared to the previous Auris, the overall height is 55mm less and it now sits lower than any other mainstream C-segment model. A lower front end design has improved aerodynamic performance, supporting better handling stability and lower fuel consumption.
The Paris Motor Show will also see the all-new Range Rover make its public premiere, with the major improvement being that it is 420kg lighter than previous models.
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