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Next year will see the launch of four new Toyota self-charging hybrid models including new generation versions of the RAV4, the Auris, and the return of one of the world’s best-selling saloon cars, the Camry Hybrid, after a 14-year absence.
Toyota has confirmed the arrival of the world’s first Corolla hybrid which will go on sale here next February. It will be the fourth model in the 2019 Toyota self-charging hybrid line-up.
2019 will see the launch of four new Toyota self-charging hybrid models, including new generation versions of the RAV4, the Auris, and the return of one of the world’s best-selling saloon cars, the Camry hybrid, after a 14-year absence.
I was one of those who mourned the loss of Toyota sports cars, the Supra, MR2, and Celica, after they were discontinued. The reason given at the time was a refocusing on developing mass market models for growing markets in China, Russia, etc. and a general scarcity of engineers in Japan. Toyota felt their loss within a couple of years with the average age profile of their customers rising, and it entered Formula One to try to address this.
After an absence of 14 years, Toyota is re-introducing the Camry in Ireland and across Western Europe, to maintain the brand’s presence in the D/E-saloon segment.
Toyota’s move to expand mass-production of fuel cell stacks and hydrogen tanks ten-fold post-2020 should banish any doubts what will power cars in the future.
Data collected during a pilot programme has demonstrated a 22 per cent reduction in Co2 emissions and an impressive 35 per cent reduction in fuel costs when driving a Toyota Prius compared with the drivers' own diesel vehicles.
Lexus RX 450hL is the first seven seater self-charging hybrid Lexus to go on sale in Ireland, attracting a new audience for the luxury car brand.
Toyota will phase out diesel engines from all its passenger cars except the Land Cruiser (+ HiLux and Proace) in 2018, and will focus on what it describes as more environmentally sustainable vehicles, led by self-charging hybrid electric cars.
Toyota Ireland has kicked off 2018 as the best-selling car brand in the country, thanks to significant demand for its hybrid range. The Japanese carmaker closed out January with a 11.83 per cent market share, garnered through the sale of 4,393 passenger vehicles, 48 per cent of which were hybrids.