Toyota has been busy nowadays updating their 2017 Toyota Cars upcoming! First, the path towards more electrification, then the new models of Camry, Supra, and GT86. Now recent reports show that the Yaris, Auris, Verso and Avensis will receive major upgrades. In another news, Toyota also unveiled their new advanced engines for 2017 Toyota Cars upcoming and beyond.
2017 Toyota Cars Upcoming Upgrades
Toyota will update the range of the Yaris, Auris, Verso and Avensis for 2017 with innovations that affect the appearance and equipment to continue and farther strenghten the interest of consumers to these cars. The four 2017 Toyota Cars upcoming upgrades will start to be on sale starting January 1 according to Carscoops.
2017 Toyota Cars Upcoming Yaris will receive a new red tone for the body as well as new A-pillars and mirrors. The Auris will receive new 17 inch wheels and new - style upholstered in black Alcantara seats and sports styling. It also improves their standard equipment including the Toyota Safety Sense system in both five - door version and the Auris Touring Sports with familiar body.
The 2017 Toyota Cars Upcoming Verso, a vehicle that has sold no less than 730,000 units since its introduction 2002 will debut new finishes in its interior, incorporating patterns in red tones that blend seamlessly with the new color 'Tokio Red' available to the outside or with its updated 17 - inch wheels. Finally, the 2017 Toyota Cars Upcoming Avensis, which like the rest will premiere red for body and has alloy wheels 18 - inch new design.
2017 Toyota Cars Upcoming New Engine
Toyota has introduced 2017 Toyota Cars upcoming new engine, called Dynamic Force and has been specially designed for the new global platform TNGA (Toyota Next Generation Architecture). This new platform was released in the current generation Prius and had been employed in models such as the recent C-HR or the future generation of the Camry according to NewAtlas
This new series of mechanical elements is composed of a new block of four cylinders, two transmissions and three hybrid systems. These hit the market in 2017 Toyota Cars Upcoming models. In total, between 2017 and 2021 we will see 17 new variations of 9 engines, 10 transmissions, 4 versions and 6 hybrid systems.
These new elements have been developed to improve the efficiency of 2017 Toyota Cars Upcoming systems both in terms of consumption and emissions and thermal efficiency, and by 2021 they will be installed in at least 60 percent of Toyota and Lexus .