Geneva 2011: Toyota Prius+ And Yaris HSD Concept

Toyota Prius+ is a full hybrid MPV that will be launched in Europe in the first half of 2012. Toyota did not release any of the specs, but says the Prius+ offers lowest fuel consumption and emissions of any seven-seat vehicle on the market, and is the first non-plug-in Toyota hybrid to use lithium-ion battery pack.

The Yaris HSD Concept brings Toyota’s full hybrid technology to the B-segment, offering all-electric capability with zero CO2. As with the Prius+, Toyota did not release any of the specs, saying only it will offer class-leading fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.

The production model will be launched in Europe in 2012.


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