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Toyota Yaris Hybrid (2013)

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Toyota Yaris Hybrid

The new Yaris Hybrid is the first hybrid vehicle to go on sale in the B-segment. The Yaris model flagship, it represents a new and unique in Europe’s highest sales segment, and will bring the of full hybrid technology to a range of customers than before.

The Yaris is Toyota’s core model in Europe, more than 2.5 million sold. It is the only B-segment car to customers the choice of 3 different types — full diesel or petrol.

Combining the packaging and urban agility of the model range with the driving experience and efficiency of Hybrid Synergy Drive® the Toyota Yaris Hybrid is a new step in the company’s full European roll-out strategy.

low fuel consumption, low environmental strong acceleration, great and unique EV capabilities, it represents the urban car.

The new powertrain has optimised for installation within the compact, extremely efficient design, without detriment to system quality and performance, or accommodation and loadspace. The downsized system combines a substantially 1.5 litre petrol engine a lighter, more compact motor, transaxle, inverter and pack.

The highly efficient offers the best balance of and fuel consumption/CO2 emissions in the B It delivers an average fuel of just 3.5 l/100 km and segment-best CO2 of only 79 g/km, whilst customers frequent, all-electric periods that emit no PM or CO2 emissions.

2013 Toyota Hybrid

With segment-best consumption of 3.1 l/100 km in the urban the Toyota Yaris Hybrid the ideal urban mobility at a time when fuel are reaching peak levels. test data show a high proportion of journey and distance can be undertaken with the off, representing significant in fuel consumption.

Expected to 20% of all Yaris model sales in the Toyota Yaris Hybrid is not a model. Rather, it represents a unique alternative for demanding drivers who expect a new driving and experience from their

The Toyota Yaris Hybrid the tangible benefits of advanced low emissions and unbeatable cost of with a new, uniquely and quiet driving style. Its HSD proves that driving needs not to be compromised by environmental and low running costs, and it shares the high residual values of all Hybrids.

With Toyota Manufacturing UK (TMUK) already Toyota full hybrid the start of Yaris Hybrid at Toyota Motor Manufacturing (TMMF) makes Toyota the manufacturer to have two full technology production facilities in reinforcing the company’s commitment to advanced technology manufacturing in

Following the launch of the Auris . the Yaris Hybrid is Toyota’s core model to feature HSD From 2012, the Toyota range will feature models: the Yaris Hybrid, the Hybrid, the Prius . the Prius+ and the Plug-in Hybrid.

A more design for the most efficient in the segment

At its original launch, the quickly became nicknamed Genio (Little Genius). is a testament to a car which has been over successive generations in with the key concept of compact whilst roomy inside, setting new standards in packaging

The Toyota Yaris Hybrid all the clever DNA of the standard, third model, offering B segment an ingenious combination of small, packaging and a spacious, practical

The Toyota Yaris Hybrid itself from the other derivatives with an exclusive, efficient exterior design instantly identifies it as the flagship of the model range.

It combines a more aggressive, Under frontal design element the distinctive new Toyota face execution, with a Keen detailing reinforced by hybrid-specific LED

Flanked by aerodynamically efficient aero corner treatments, the centre section of the lower houses a larger, trapezoidal grille optimising engine bay whilst emphasise the new hybrid’s stance and low centre of gravity.

A upper grille, elegantly to highlight the hybrid-blue Toyota is flanked by slim, Keen headlights which emphasise the new bold, horizontal front Exclusive to the Toyota Yaris the projector-type headlamp unit standard chrome-plated ‘eyebrows’ with an LED ‘lightguide’, and LED Daytime Lights (DRL).

In profile, identified by hybrid and exclusive wheel designs, the new shares the stylish, cab-forward and long wheelbase profile of the Yaris. The exterior overall is only 20 mm longer than the Yaris.

To the rear, the hybrid-blue tailgate incorporates a new, high mounted stop and clear lens combination incorporate a LED tail and stop signature unique to the new Yaris

The Toyota Yaris Hybrid is with a choice of unique 15 and 16 wheels, and a range of eight colours including a model-specific new White finish execution.

pioneered this Pearl finish, which has required the of a bespoke production process at the plant where the new hybrid is Reinforcing the Toyota Yaris uniquely stylish and environmentally-conscientious credentials, the new colour delivers a high quality image in sunlight) when the soft, lustre of pearl is at its strongest.

On Toyota Yaris Hybrid benefit from a driver-focused with hybrid-exclusive details and finishes.

Silver ring-trimmed dimensional instrument dials a hybrid system indicator and a combination of white and blue The centre console-mounted Toyota system incorporates a hybrid monitor illuminated in blue as as the dual zone air-conditioning.

The soft-touch pads and front trims are finished in an exclusive, Ice colour, and blue stitching the leather upholstery, steering and hand brake. A unique lever to the hybrid derivative standard with blue on the gear knob.

Downsized hybrid powertrain for fuel and efficiency

The new Yaris Hybrid the first downsizing of Toyota’s Hybrid Synergy Drive® technology. It represents a significant breakthrough in the packaging of the full powertrain.

The new powertrain has been for installation within the vehicle’s extremely efficient packaging without detriment to either quality and performance, or passenger and load space.

Every key HSD has been reduced in size and and both the fuel tank and are installed under the rear As a result, the Toyota Yaris maintains identical occupant and the same 286 litre luggage as that of the standard model.

The full hybrid system a 1.5 litre petrol engine with a lighter, more electric motor, transaxle, and battery pack. The total weight is 201 kg, 20% (42 kg) less than of an Auris Hybrid.

Compact, Displacement Petrol Engine

The cc, 16 valve, DOHC Atkinson petrol engine with is based on the engine block of the generation Prius, but has been re-engineered. It is 50 mm shorter and 17 kg lighter the 1.8 litre unit of existing full hybrid powertrains, to a 10% reduction in length and a 17% reduction in

The new engine generates a maximum 55 DIN hp at 4,800 rpm and maximum torque of 111 Nm 3,600 to 4,400 rpm. a focus on lower emissions and the of mechanical friction for improved efficiency, some 70% of all engine are either new or redesigned.

Overall, the efficiency of the Toyota Yaris petrol engine has been by 6% over that of the second Prius, contributing to improvements in fuel efficiency and environmental

Newly adopted engine include a cooled Exhaust Gas (EGR) system, an electric pump, the elimination of the auxiliary belt, a low-friction timing a lightweight, resin-based intake and a compact exhaust manifold.

used in combined with a EGR system, the Atkinson cycle offers significant gains in efficiency and the reduction of emissions.

In the cycle, compression and expansion are and the inlet valves close delaying compression. This a high expansion ratio for compression, converting combustion to engine power more As a result, the exhaust temperature is than that of conventional The cooled EGR system reintroduces exhaust gas into the intake further reducing engine temperatures.

Allied to a small, multi-function radiator, the adoption of an water pump both engine warm-up performance and cooling friction loss, fuel efficiency. The elimination of a pump drive belt friction, further improving economy.

A new, more compact, resin-based intake manifold light weight with quietness through the reduction of vibration and noise. And the use of highly 12-hole atomizing fuel reduces both fuel and emissions.

The exhaust system a new, low heat capacity, exhaust manifold. By positioning the converter much closer to the exhaust port, it decreases the warm-up time by 24% and contributes to a improvement in emissions during journeys.

Downsized Hybrid

Housing the electric motor, power split device and reduction mechanism in one lightweight, compact transmission casing comparable in size to that of a gearbox, a new transaxle lies at the of the Hybrid Synergy Drive®

The use of a smaller E-CVT electric variable transmission and a more electric motor effects a 6% in the length of the Toyota Yaris hybrid transaxle and an 11 kg weight over that of the Auris creating the most compact transmission yet engineered by Toyota.

an immediate maximum of 45 kW and 169 Nm torque acceleration, the new electric motor has made smaller and lighter the optimisation of the magnet material, and the of the coils with flat, than round, wire. The cooling structure has also improved, allowing for a smaller, yet efficient and powerful motor.

The now incorporates a multifunctional motor gear within the power mechanism, and a new gear deceleration abolishes the use of chains.

Gear grinding and shaving technology to that used on the Auris effects a notable reduction in noise and vibration. This is lowered by the adoption of a newly torsional vibration damper. Its diameter made possible by the use of a spring structure. The new, damper helps suppress the of engine vibrations to a minimum

The optimisation of lubrication both transaxle efficiency and minimises losses. A new lubrication mechanism is in which each gear and is lubricated by combing up the Automatic Fluid (ATF) with the of the final driven gear and driven gear, reducing force losses.

The use of a split oil catch tank which oil for both the motor/generator and gear lowers the dynamic oil level, agitation losses.

More Hybrid Battery

The new, full hybrid powertrain features a smaller, 144 V nickel-metal battery with a more vehicle electric power system.

The number of cells has reduced from the 168 of the current, Hybrid battery to only composed of 20 modules connected in This effects a decrease in of 20% and a weight saving of 11 kg, allowing for the of the new battery entirely under the passenger seats, with no into the cargo loadspace.

In to this reduction in size and battery charging efficiency has improved, and the pack state-of-charge time has been decreased by 67% to that of the Auris Hybrid.

New Control Unit with Inverter and Converter

Due to a reduction in system current and voltage, the Power Control Unit has been made smaller and through the development of a more inverter and switching unit.

and lighter than that to the Auris Hybrid, the new inverter a newly structured capacitor, energy losses and improved enhancing fuel efficiency.

By the layout of internal components, the and weight of the DC-DC converter also been reduced. And the of the noise filter has been to enhance unit quietness.

to the Auris Hybrid, unit current has been reduced 120 to 80 A and output voltage lowered 650 to 520 V, saving system energy no loss of performance or efficiency.

System Performance

Combining the of a 55 kW petrol engine and battery the electrical motor, the Toyota Hybrid’s highly efficient generates a maximum 74 kW/100 DIN hp output. It offers the best of performance and fuel consumption/CO2 in the B segment.

The Toyota Yaris will accelerate seamlessly 0-100 km/h in 11.8 and on to a maximum speed of 165 km/h. it delivers an average fuel of just 3.5 l/100 km and segment-best CO2 of only 79 g/km, whilst customers frequent driving in that emit zero PM or CO2 emissions. Its exceptional fuel gives the Yaris Hybrid a range of 1,000 km on a single of fuel.

Hybrid Synergy Drive in

Over the course of any journey, Hybrid Synergy Drive® operates in several different to maximise the Toyota Yaris overall efficiency. At rest, the stops automatically to save Under operating conditions of low efficiency such as start up and low to speeds, the vehicle runs on the motor alone, thus CO2, NOx and PM emissions.

Under driving conditions, power is constantly adjusted between and electric motor to combine performance with maximum efficiency.

Via an Electronically Controlled system, the electric motor as a high-output generator during and under braking to effect braking, optimising energy in the Hybrid Synergy Drive® by recovering kinetic energy wasted as heat under and deceleration) as electrical energy for in the high performance battery.

balanced dynamics, ideal for driving

Building on the inherently smooth power delivery of Hybrid Synergy Drive®, the elements of intrinsic driving — such as acceleration/braking balance and agility — been thoroughly refined any compromise in the new Yaris Hybrid.

engineers have undertaken testing to ensure the new Toyota Hybrid’s dynamic abilities meet customer expectations at all speeds and in all driving scenarios.

Hybrid in operation

Recent world tests with Hybrid Synergy Drive reveal that the Yaris zero emissions driving for around 66% of the average commuter length and around 58% of the total time, with the petrol being switched off.

The motor’s ability to deliver torque from the vehicle start provides significant during the stop/start driving of traffic conditions, combining acceleration from a standstill in silence with class-leading under full throttle of km/h in only 4 seconds.

The new Yaris Hybrid’s seamless, electric continuously variable benefits from a new control to create a more progressive rpm increase during vehicle Optimised at 70-90% throttle the new system suppresses excessive in engine rpm under acceleration, drivers a more natural-feeling, relationship between vehicle and speeds.

Supplementing this E-CVT transmission, two alternative drive modes may be selected to increase driving efficiency, and fuel economy.

From and at speeds up to 50 km/h the new Yaris automatically operates in EV mode, under electric motor alone. The driver may also EV mode manually. This driving mode is only to drivers of full hybrid

With vehicle range by battery charge, the EV drive allows for urban driving minimal noise and zero NOx and PM emissions for up to two kilometres. Because the engine is switched off throughout its the EV drive mode contributes to a reduction in the Toyota Yaris overall fuel consumption.

In ECO throttle response to aggressive pedal inputs is reduced and control optimized for improved economy. Depending on driving the ECO mode can help drivers about 10% reduction in fuel versus the normal mode.

Weight Distribution for Balanced

The extensive use of high-tensile steel the new Yaris Hybrid’s construction not saves weight, but also greater bodyshell rigidity for stability. Some 50% by weight of the is formed in high-tensile steel, for weight reduction with no of torsional stiffness.

With an 2,510 mm length wheelbase, the overhang has been increased by 20 mm to accommodate the downsized full powertrain. With both the tank and the new, more hybrid battery located within the vehicle wheelbase and as low as the new Toyota Yaris Hybrid a particularly low, 550 mm centre of with 63:37 front/rear distribution to deliver well-balanced

Enhanced Aerodynamics for Class-leading Coefficient

Aerodynamic efficiency is to fuel efficiency, vehicle and quiet running, and every of the new Yaris Hybrid’s bodywork has styled to optimise airflow and drag.

Sized to optimise hybrid cooling, both upper and front grilles have carefully shaped to both and minimise the intake of air into the bay.

The profiles of the front aero corners, bonnet, raked A pillar, door roofline, rear spoiler, bumper aero corners, the combination lamps and even the have all been designed to the Toyota Yaris Hybrid’s efficiency.

In addition, numerous airflow rectification components been adopted to create a surface, smoothing the flow of air the new Yaris Hybrid. These a front spoiler, a large undercover, and front, centre and spats. A rear undercover vertical fins which a laminar flow effect to ride stability.

As a result, new full hybrid boasts a drag coefficient of just Cd

Agile Handling and Responsive

The new Yaris Hybrid shares the Yaris’ proven combination of strut front and torsion rear suspension. Modifications to spring and damper rates are based on the new full hybrid’s distribution.

The independent, MacPherson front suspension shares the and vibration reduction measures on the standard Yaris, optimising the road tracking performance and vibration whilst delivering ride comfort, driving agility and grip.

The rear beam suspension also from the mass reduction and system enhancements introduced on the Yaris, once again vibration and enhancing ride while improving vehicle

The Toyota Yaris Hybrid a quick steering gear of 56 mm/rev to deliver a better feel and vehicle response. The rigidity of the rack and pinion reduces friction and system further enhancing accuracy and The vehicle has a class-leading turning of only 4.7, allowing for manoeuvrability in congested city or whilst parking.

Powerful Braking and Low Rolling Resistance

Incorporating Electronic Brakeforce (EBD) and Brake Assist, Control (TRC) and Vehicle Control (VSC), the new Yaris is equipped with an Electronically Braking (ECB) system coordinates the control of both and regenerative braking.

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The new full is fitted with ventilated brakes to the front and solid, to the rear for powerful, progressive and balanced braking efficiency.

control of the hydraulic and regenerative systems maximises the regeneration of by the electric motor during and under braking.

Fuel tyres offer ultra-low resistance and enough levels of while their reduced stiffness further improves comfort.

An unbeatable value in the B-segment

Its segment-first, full technology offers Toyota Hybrid customers outstanding for money through an unparalleled of competitive price, low maintenance and costs, and high residual

The Yaris Hybrid is competitively in the segment, comparing particularly against diesel powered However, customer convenience is not with features such as auto-air-conditioning, automatic transmission, electric drive and stop and fitted as standard across the range.

Best-in-class CO2 emissions of 79 combined with superior efficiency offer customers low running costs and, in countries, significant tax incentives or

The Toyota full hybrid only 3.5 l/100 km over the homologation combined cycle, customers to drive up to 1,000 km on a tank of fuel. At just 3.1 km, the urban cycle homologation consumption is the lowest in the segment, to further city driving savings.

The Hybrid Synergy system has been specifically for low maintenance and outstanding durability. The has been designed with no for the clutch, starter motor, belt and timing belt used in other vehicles. no need to either service or these parts, customers can a saving of around 1,5001 over 100,000 km.

And, to the efficiency of the Toyota Yaris Electronically Controlled Braking (ECB), the brake pads expectancy can reach 100,000 km.


this component longevity reduced labour times servicing, Yaris Hybrid costs over 100,000 km are to be amongst the lowest in the B segment, an additional saving of around Euro.

Rigorously assessed for and durability, and backed up by over 14 of in-service experience, the full battery is designed to last the life of the car.

The new Yaris Hybrid benefits a three year/100,000 km warranty, to five years/100,000 km on hybrid components. Warranty data the Prius and Auris Hybrid has confirmed the outstanding reliability of the Synergy Drive® powertrain.

reliability has also been by the Prius’ consistent high in both the JD Power ‘Lowest survey and the TüV quality

Initial residual value for a 3-year period and 60,000 km award the Toyota Yaris best-in-class status in Germany and UK (41%). With both and the Auris Hybrid also highly in their respective this reinforces the high of confidence customers place in full hybrid powered

Environmental performance without on comfort or convenience

Priced to be competitive against rival B diesel vehicles, the new Yaris will be available in a choice of two — Active and Style.

The new Yaris Hybrid range customers outstanding value for even without the low-CO2 and tax benefits that are available in markets. It combines an extremely standard equipment specification the added value of Toyota’s full hybrid powertrain experience.

The Active grade is as standard, with a smooth transmission ideal for the urban An all-electric EV driving mode, a and Start system and a Hill Assist function further the ease, simplicity and relaxation of the hybrid powertrain driving

Steering wheel-mounted audio and switchgear, front power LED Daytime Running Lights driver’s seat height hybrid-blue stitching to the upholstery, zone automatic air conditioning and the Touch on-board multimedia are also fitted as standard the Active grade.

Toyota is a 6.1 inch, full colour, screen interface which an affordable approach to on-board systems. It incorporates an AM/FM a CD/MP3 player, Bluetooth phone connectivity with a streaming facility and automatic synchronisation at each connection.

A USB allows for the connection of portable players, with the facility to iTunes album cover In addition, the system incorporates a view camera. The image is on the full-colour screen when gear is engaged, to assist parking manoeuvres.

Specific to the Hybrid, Toyota Touch incorporates a Hybrid Energy which displays the real-time flow within the Hybrid Drive system. Vehicle displays include remaining range, instant fuel average fuel consumption per over the last 15 minutes and elapsed since last start. The system is available in languages — French, German, Italian, Spanish, and Russian.

To the comprehensive standard of the Active grade, the Style adds front fog lamps chrome ring surrounds, entry with push front armrest and 16» wheels.

Optional equipment for Active and Style grades privacy glass, an 8-speaker sound system, cruise and a full length panoramic

The Toyota Yaris Hybrid is as standard, with seven an Anti-lock Braking System Electronic Brakeforce Distribution Corner Stability Control, Brake Assist (BA), Control (TRC) and Vehicle Control (VSC), offering the highest levels of safety. In the Yaris was awarded the maximum Euro NCAP rating.

Touch Go

Building on Toyota Toyota Touch Go equips the new Hybrid with the best for money navigation system on the

The system includes all the most navigation functions, such as traffic coverage, customisable limits, speed camera and motorway signposting. It not only drivers a choice of the fastest or route to their destination, but the one with the smallest environmental — an ‘Ecological’ route

Using a compatible mobile via Bluetooth, the system offers connectivity to a Google Local function -the largest and up-to-date search database in the Via Google Maps, destinations may be remotely from home or and Points of Interest may be downloaded for as destinations.

The installation of Touch Go upgrades the multimedia base with the addition of an SMS on-screen function incorporating a contact image display, and a USB-based viewing function.

Several Go Apps are available for download as Park Go, fuel price weather details and parking information.

TMMF manufactures the only hybrid in the B-segment

Originally as a highly compact plant limited parts stock and an production line layout to a notably streamlined manufacturing Toyota Motor Manufacturing (TMMF) has been building the for over a decade.

The Yaris has established a reputation for outstanding of Quality, Durability and Reliability. the addition of further derivatives the new Toyota Yaris Hybrid, remains committed to delivering with the highest levels of quality in the B-segment.

Yaris manufacturing has introduced further and new challenges to the assembly process, and the range of Yaris models on the same line to a record of 62 varieties at TMMF.

On average, Yaris requires the assembly of 2,600 parts, with 80% of total parts common to the Yaris and the Yaris Hybrid. there are 400 new, hybrid-specific and 40% of all assembly processes for the Toyota Hybrid are either new, or adaptation. Because of the plant’s compact size, stock has had to be further optimised, and sequenced organised for a larger number of

Over 4,000 hours of Hybrid assembly training was to TMMF members, with a on three key areas: assembly for new on-line parts, part recognition amongst components of a kind, and the meeting of key quality Specific attention was paid to the assembly, this component highly sensitive to dust and intrusion.

Specific safety in how to handle high voltage was provided to some 50 plant and new safety procedures resultant the silent running of vehicles in EV mode established. In addition, a hybrid-specific, high quality white paint finish was at TMMF for the first time.

these changes, and additional complexities such as sequencing of a higher number of parts, the Kaizen and production line inherent in the principles of the Toyota System have meant overall, the Toyota Yaris takes not much longer to than the standard Yaris.

the Yaris Hybrid’s environmental the TMMF plant itself has the recent implementation of numerous initiatives to minimise waste and power and water consumption.

production has been reduced by 34% the last 10 years, and since 100% of waste is recycled or

Through Toyota’s continuous activities, the plant has also average savings per car of 27% in energy, 67% in and 48% in VOC (the volatile organic produced through solvent over the same period.

In 60% of the plant’s total water were covered by either — collected in a specific m3 basin, or by recycling used from production processes at an waste water treatment

A 1,020 m2 photovoltaic membrane has installed on the plant roof, half of the electricity needed for the building. And the press shop a 400 m2 solar wall, pre-heating the air to save on heating energy and CO2

Dispensing with the need for materials, all car components are delivered suppliers to the plant in 400,000 plastic boxes, reused for 10 years.

With TMUK assembling the full hybrid the start of Yaris Hybrid at TMMF makes Toyota the manufacturer to have two full technology production facilities in reinforcing the company’s commitment to manufacturing of high technology

The plant currently manufactures 1,000 cars a day, to one new Yaris driving out of the line 68 seconds. TMMF expects to around 200,000 vehicles in of which 25% hybrid.

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