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Toyota at Paris Motor Show 2012

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Toyota revealed its lineup for the upcoming Paris Motor Show 2012, and there’s some good stuff in it. The highlight of it is the new Auris range, including the new hatchback and also a Tourer version that is yet to be fully unveiled. What we’re interested in however, is a tricked-out GT86 that showcases TRD Performance Line accessories for the sports car.

The recently-revealed Auris hatchback will be joined by the new Tourer version and also the Verso. Both Auris models will be available with a range of petrol and diesel engines, and also the choice of full hybrid power. The revised Hybrid Synergy Drive system in new Auris Hybrid will deliver class-leading efficiency, with power to CO2 emissions ratio of more than 1.5bhp for each g/km.

As for the Verso, the new C-segment car is improved inside and out, and comes with a 2.0 D-4D diesel engine, re-engineered to give stronger performance with lower CO2 emissions.

Other family car Toyota is bringing to this year’s Paris show is the 2013 Yaris Trend. As the latest development of Yaris, it presents even more distinctive interior design, finishes, textures and colours, aimed at younger, style-conscious customers.

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Enough about family cars. Let’s take a look at the TRD GT86. This is the first time TRD’s accessories are showcased in Europe, and the range includes exterior and interior accessories and mechanical parts, sold individually rather than being grouped into packs.

Aside that, visotrs will aso have the chance to enjoy some of the excitement of track driving in the GT86 racing simulator. Designed to perform just like an actual car on a race circuit, it equips a GT86 with advanced computer simulation technology.

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