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Toyota took the wraps off new Auris and Avensis at the Geneva Motor Show and revealed the new 1.2T turbo petrol engine that will make its debut in the Auris this year.
Honda has unveiled a host of important new vehicles at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show. From performance and race cars through to an advanced fuel cell concept, Honda is signalling an important year for the brand in Europe, with every model in the company’s range being new or comprehensively refreshed.
Signalling a new era for the Honda brand in Europe, almost every model in the range will be new or refreshed in 2015, with many being unveiled in production guise for the first time at the Geneva Motor Show early next month. Performance cars for road and track, family cars and a fuel cell concept previewing Honda’s third generation production fuel cell vehicle will all feature in Geneva.
In the week that the 2014 International Engine of the Year Awards are announced, Toyota revealed the exterior design and Japanese market guide pricing of its hydrogen-powered Fuel Cell Sedan, following the car’s appearance in concept form at last year’s Tokyo motor show.
Global sales of Toyota Motor Corporation’s hybrid vehicles topped the five million unit mark at the end of March.
Cars in the medium to long term will be powered by fuel cells. They will be emissions free and the fuel will be hydrogen. I have driven several prototypes and they will be the fuel and power source for our cars in the future, writes Padraic Deane.
Toyota Motor Europe has been confirmed as the automotive industry leader with lowest CO2 emissions.
Much has been written about the cars of the future - will they be full electric, hybrid or powered by a fuel cell? Everyone has a view, but have you ever wondered what colour they may be?
Hybrid technology developments and enhanced product appeal are the leading themes for Toyota’s presentation at the Geneva motor show next week.
Honda's new Insight hybrid made its world debut at the recent Detroit Motor Show.