The range of full hybrid cars is increasing continuously. In addition to the pioneers from Toyota with the Lexus premium segment, many other global players have also entered the segment. Drivers who value a long range or tow a trailer usually opt for hybrid cars. The full hybrid cars are very much in vogue. It is probably due to the advantage of not needing any electrical charging options and using recuperation to cover short distances without a combustion engine. What should be considered when buying?
The latest edition of the Yaris continues a concept that has been tried and tested for 22 years. An internal combustion engine continues to serve as the basis for the small car with full hybrid drive. The European design center was responsible for the original shape and since 2001 over 4 million Yaris have been produced in the French plant in Valenciennes. The full hybrid version is currently the best-selling model. A look into the modifications of the fourth generation of the Yaris.
Developed the basis for the fuel cell vehicle since 1992. In 2015, the first production vehicle Mirai appeared, an interesting vehicle concept for the 21st century. With a new fuel cell technology and a new design, Toyota wants to get the public excited about the new Mirai. So far, cars with fuel cell drives are still a niche, Toyota is aiming for higher sales figures in the future.
The Corolla is one of the best-selling cars in the world. In the USA the Corolla is regularly one of the most popular car models, in Europe the model name Corolla took a break for a good 13 years and sold it as Auris. This is now over with the completely new generation of vehicles. From now on the golf opponent is called Corolla again.
For Toyota, one focus in Europe is the sale of full hybrid cars. The range of plug-in hybrid models is also being expanded due to the funding backdrops. The Toyota Prius Plug-In Solar presents itself with a solar surface on the roof for additional charging of the battery.
In 2020, Toyota will continue to focus on full hybrid drive concepts in the luxury class with the Lexus brand. The massive diabolo radiator grille has now become a clear trademark in the luxury segment. The UX 250h is floating on the general wave of success of the SUV movement in recent years. The choice of engines is limited to the variants with a 126 kW / 171 PS petrol engine and the hybrid variant tested by us with a system output of 136 kW / 184 PS. With the hybrid model ... Continue reading "Lexus UX 250h Launch Edition in the test