Toyota Verso (2013)

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Toyota Verso

Toyota Verso

Tailored to the increasingly varied demands of MPV customer, every previous of the Toyota Verso has been exclusively for the European market. in 2002, the first generation sold 100,289 units. generation Toyota Verso of achieved sales of 410,236 and the third generation model has 144,638 units since its in 2009.

Each successive has combined Toyota’s legendary Durability and Reliability with value for money, exceptional within compact exterior and the true multi-purpose vehicle and versatility of the company’s Easy seating system.

Building on highly-prized core attributes, the new Verso targets several key for improvement, offering customers levels of style, dynamism, and desirability to make it a compelling, compact C-segment MPV choice.

It Toyota’s bold new design with a clear family improved interior quality and a revised 2.0 D-4D engine better torque delivery and CO2 emissions, lower NVH levels, and driving dynamics for improved comfort and a more responsive, and enjoyable drive.

Restyled at Toyota’s European design in France, and with over 470 parts (60% visible, 40% to driving dynamics and NVH), the new Verso represents a comprehensive mid-lifecycle upgrade for Toyota in

2013 Toyota Verso

to Toyota’s C-segment rejuvenation, the new has been planned, designed, and built under the leadership of Motor Europe. This is the first full-scale project to European-based Product Planning, R D and Purchasing from concept onwards, as part of Toyota’s strategy.

Built exclusively at Motor Manufacturing Turkey, the new is expected to sell around units in 2013, giving the a 5% share in the C-MPV segment.

New Frontal Design Treatment and Interior

The new Toyota Verso a fresh, more powerful and interpretation of the third generation MPV’s distinctive, dual-zone bringing an increase in dynamism and to the design.

New, more and attractive front and rear places the emphasis on width than height whilst, in the new Toyota Verso retains the full-length character line delineates the bonnet and cabin the chassis and rear loadspace.

To the the new Toyota Verso features the striking Under Priority language and Keen Look elements, hallmarking it as the latest in the Toyota family line-up, a strong visual connection to the other core European

The Under Priority design a large, trapezoidal lower set within a redesigned front and a smaller upper grille full width between the new

Dominated by a new, larger badge which is set lower its predecessor, the upper grille a central, chrome-plated horizontal bar which is visually extended the headlamp clusters to accentuate the of the new Toyota Verso.

Narrower and aggressively styled, the headlamp themselves incorporate Daytime Lights (DRLs). Higher models are equipped with Intensity Discharge (HID) and LED DRLs.

The large lower grille is by integral foglamps with surround detailing. It features a black paint finish, chrome strips and a full-width, body-coloured lip spoiler, once accentuating the width of the new Toyota and emphasising its broad, planted

In profile, the new Toyota Verso the model’s trademark, dual-zone This is clearly expressed by a character line which from the leading edge of the bumper, rising through the edge of the doors before upwards through the C-pillar to the roof-mounted spoiler.

The classic Verso profile is enhanced smaller, more dynamic and efficient, foldable door featuring integrated turn lights, and a choice of two new alloy The 17 alloys share the design of predecessor but feature a new, finish, whilst the new 16 alloys a machine faced finish.

To the a new bumper design incorporates an low level diffuser, emphasising the and stability of the new model. The rear clusters feature colour to the centre lens, and, on the lid, the Toyota badge is through the application of a chrome license plate garnish.

The new Verso will be available in a of 11 exterior colours, of which are new; Pearl White, Blue and Marine Blue.

Interior Design with Sensory Quality

The new Toyota interior builds on the family-oriented ease of use, ergonomic and durability of its predecessor. Extensive are designed to harmonise instrumentation and and enhance both perceived and cabin quality through new and trim detailing.

The ‘Smart Dynamism’ of the dashboard design lifts the cabin styling the conventional functionality of a traditional has been retained. The design advanced switchgear ergonomics, and the gear lever as close as to the steering wheel. The powerful, definition of the centre console the focused functionality of the driver’s from the relaxed comfort of the passenger’s zone.

The two zones are by a crisp ‘wave’ line the full width of the fascia, houses the driver’s instrument The binnacle, containing cylindrical and rev’ counter dials, is to maximise the driver’s view of the ahead whilst still within his field of vision.

The new Verso interior features the use of new trim detailing and a softer satin black paint to enhance perceived cabin throughout. The upper glove box is now in soft touch material and the wheel is clad in Nappa

Warm satin chrome highlights have been to the driver’s instrument surrounds, the binnacle hood rim, the air instrument panel, gear bezel and door assist The door handle itself is now in a new, satin black

The presentation of instrumentation and switchgear has harmonised through more lighting and font sizing. The meters are now back-lit in white for clarity and legibility, whilst the air dials and display, and all switchgear window switches are illuminated in a orange for legibility without distraction after dark.

A new switch allows for the simultaneous of both combination meter and all illumination, giving consistency to brightness and intensity throughout the

Live (entry) and Active grade models feature a of new seat fabrics — with blue detailing for the grade and black with accents with a 3D effect for grade models. Seat support has been improved on all the bolsters themselves finished in a more durable lamination.

(high) grade models are with leather seat with double stitching, and a door trim and centre finish. The Verso Lounge is also equipped with Entry Push Start, other grades are available a folding jack knife

A 2,340 mm by 1,280 mm, full-length panoramic roof is available, significantly more light to the new and greatly enhancing perceptions of spaciousness.

Exceptional Interior and Versatile Packaging

At 4,460 mm, the new Verso is just 20 mm longer its predecessor, the redesigned front and of the vehicle accounting for increases in of 15 mm and 5 mm respectively.

Despite its compact the new Toyota Verso offers interior roominess. It shares the model’s long, 2,780 mm and boasts a best-in-class, 975 mm couple between the first and second row of

The Toyota Easy Flat system offers true MPV with 32 different seating Providing individual seats in second and third rows may be folded flat without removal, second row seats a sliding range of 195 mm, and reclining row seatbacks, it is acknowledged as one of the most flexible and intuitive seating available.

Completely flat second and third row seats the new Toyota Verso’s loadspace is mm long and 1,430 mm wide. all three seating rows in the luggage volume measures 155 With the third row seats it rises to 440 litres.

The Trunk system, located beneath the loadspace of 5-seat models, is for storing valuable items out of and also provides storage for the tonneau cover when not in Its capacity varies according to the of a temporary spare tyre or a repair kit.

Seven-seat equipped with a space-saver tyre offer an 11 litres box, whilst those a tyre repair kit stowed in a box under the third row seats additional capacity sufficient to three 6-pack cases of 1.5 plastic bottles.

As befits a Multi-Purpose Vehicle, the new Toyota offers a comprehensive range of compartments, including a twin glovebox featuring a cooled section large enough to a 1.5 litre bottle and an 8.2 litre section.

It also has a spacious centre box, generous door seat back storage aviation-style, fold out tables integral cupholders, a drawer the front passenger seat, row underfloor storage, an overhead and driver and passenger pockets for phone and MP3 player storage.

NVH for Improved Cabin Quietness

The new Verso features upgraded NVH measures. The dash silencer has redesigned with improved damping between the engine bay and maximising engine sound and wind noise insulation.

The new 2.0 diesel unit has also made more quiet by a in combustion noise.

Wind has simultaneously been reduced better sound damping on the the adoption of a smaller, more door mirror design and sealing on all door corners.

In these measures have in a perceptibly quieter on-board The cabin articulation index has from 0.76 to 0.83, enhancing occupant comfort and a greater sense of well-being in seating position.

Enhanced Dynamics

The stability and ride of a conventional passenger car are fundamental attributes of the C-MPV segment, and the Verso is already appreciated for its level of stability and the confidence it in its drivers.

In the new Verso, Toyota’s have focused on revisions to the body rigidity, suspension and Power Steering (EPS) to these essential attributes improved ride comfort, body control and, significantly, improved steering and response for more agile, handling.

Revised Suspension for Improved Ride Comfort

the front MacPherson strut and torsion beam suspension have been redeveloped. and valve settings have changed to combine stable with maximum ride for all vehicle occupants.

Improved Feel and Response

Improvements to feel and response have achieved through both rigidity enhancements and revisions to the Power Steering itself.

rigidity has been improved the addition of extra welding to the tailgate opening surround and door pillar. And the front system features new bracing and The increases in bodyshell and suspension rigidity improve body and the fidelity of the suspension geometry hence, the speed and accuracy of response.

In conjunction with improvements in body control and fidelity, the EPS control software has revised. The result is an improvement in precision, linear response and the improved accuracy and feedback Toyota Verso drivers a sense of connection to the road for greater confidence behind the

Enhanced Aerodynamics

Benefitting a new frontal design and smaller mirrors, the new Toyota Verso’s aerodynamic performance has been by 5-10%. This has resulted in fuel efficiency, better a more comfortable ride and vehicle stability.

From the wind tunnel analysis on harmonising the bodywork design, the use of secondary, add-on aerodynamic components unnecessary.

Particular attention has been to the flow of air beneath the MPV. A underfloor with engine, tank and rear floor wheel spats and a wing-shaped fin to the rear all contribute to the streamlining of the the control of vertical body and the optimisation of both front and lift coefficients. The result is a straight line ride, a controlled yaw response, and enhanced stability.

Combining with aerodynamic enhancements, 17 low rolling tyres are available to further the new Toyota Verso’s fuel

More Efficient Powertrains

The new Verso will be equipped a choice of five engines, all from the new frontal design’s aerodynamic efficiency and the availability of low resistance 17 tyres.

As a result, and no loss of performance, fuel and CO2 emissions have decreased the entire engine range, the from between 4 and 10 g/km.

The comprises a substantially revised 124 DIN hp 2.0 D-4D diesel, 150 DIN hp and 177 DIN hp versions of a 2.2 D-CAT diesel, and a choice of 1.6 132 DIN hp and 1.8 litre, 147 DIN hp Valvematic petrol All engines also benefit the wide ranging advanced and internal improvement programmes of Optimal Drive.

Toyota Verso

The 2.2 litre 150 DIN hp diesel is mated to a 6-speed transmission, the 177 DIN hp variant to a 6-speed gearbox. The CO2 emissions of the former been lowered by 9 g/km to 169 and those of the latter by 6 g/km to 153

Simultaneously, the average fuel of the 150 DIN hp engine has been lowered to 6.4 km, and that of the 177 DIN hp unit to 5.8 l/100 km.

the 1.6 litre and 1.8 litre Valvematic engines are equipped with a manual transmission. Both CO2 emissions have been by 4 g/km, to 154 and 158 g/km respectively. The fuel consumption of the 1.6 litre has been reduced to 6.6 l/100 km, and of the 1.8 litre unit to 6.8 l/100 km.

The 1.8 unit may also be equipped a revised automatic Multidrive which now incorporates a more gear shift feel, engine revs building in a more closely linked to acceleration.

Revised 2.0 Litre Diesel Engine

In recognition of the 2.0 diesel powertrain’s popularity the C-MPV segment, representing 47% of the mix, Toyota has extensively its 124 DIN hp 2.0 litre D-4D turbodiesel, complies with Euro 5 regulations and now comes standard a Diesel Particulate Filter

Mated to a 6-speed manual the unit has been revised to torque delivery at low rpm and reduce noise. CO2 emissions have lowered by 10 g/km to 129 g/km, and consumption has fallen by 0.4 l/100 km to 4.9 l/100 km.

The unit features a new variable turbocharger with a lower bearing system and an electric and the torque characteristics of each have been adjusted. As a maximum torque of 310 Nm is now available 200 rpm and across a wider rev band, 1,600-2,400 rpm, offering a improvement in higher gear response.

CO2 emission-reducing lubrication and circuit improvements include a pressure oil pump with oil jet, an optimised water with a reduced flow and a twin-chamber oil pan to improve engine speeds. Exhaust emissions are lowered through a new glow control strategy and improvements to the and coating of the DPF.

The use of a resin head cover, oil cooler and water pipe reduce weight by 5 kg. The reduction of friction the adoption of a low friction vacuum a low friction timing chain and low oil further enhance fuel And combustion improvement through a new bowl shape and the new glow has perceptibly lowered engine generating higher torque at revs, the engine is quieter and delivery has become more

As an option, the towing capacity of Verso 2.0 D4D models can be increased by 200 kg, to kg.

Three Grade Line-up Improved Standard Equipment

The new Verso carries over the grade strategy of its predecessor. with an enhanced interior and an in standard equipment for each it now represents even better for money.

Live grade standard equipment has been to now include front foglamps, a Me Home headlamp function and the of integrated turn signal to the electrically adjustable and heated mirrors.

To the already comprehensive grade, Active grade electrically folding door a piano black paint front license garnish, lower grille trim, foglamp surrounds, a height front passenger seat, 16 machine faced alloy and Toyota Touch, which a back monitor camera.

grade adds leather bolsters, armrest and door with double stitching. It Smart Entry with start, dual zone air-conditioning, a Sensor Pack, side window sunshades, alloy wheels and High Discharge (HID) headlamps.

A range of options includes a Pack with automatic and headlamp operation and an auto-dimming mirror, a Skyview roof and HID with integrated LED DRLs.

A new Pack has been created 1.6 litre petrol and 2.0 litre fleet customers in mind. It 16 alloy wheels, a leather wheel, cruise control and Touch.

Fitted as standard in the new Verso from Active Toyota Touch is a 6.1 inch, colour, touch-screen interface represents a new approach to affordable, multimedia systems.

It incorporates radio with an optional receiver, a CD/MP3 player, mobile phone connectivity a music streaming facility, and a USB for the connection of portable music with the facility to display album cover art. A view camera is fitted as

Toyota Touch Go

Building on the Touch multimedia base Toyota Touch Go offers an enhanced, full map navigation representing the best value for on the market.

Available in 14 languages, Touch Go was developed in Europe, European customers in mind.

The includes all the most popular functions, such as advanced coverage, customisable speed speed camera warnings, signposting, automatic zoom and view at motorway intersections.

a compatible mobile phone, via the system offers on-board to Google Local Search largest and most up-to-date database in the world. Via Google destinations may be input remotely home or office, and Points of may be downloaded for entry as destinations.

The of Touch Go also upgrades the base unit with the of an SMS on-screen send/receive function a contact person image

Further system access to content and apps includes a Go Apps function which several applications available for including fuel prices, and parking space information. A new App has been developed to allow owners to stay in touch the 500 million Twitter users the course of their journey.

can tweet a range of both and system generated templates driving (free text and URL links are blocked for safety Because the App is fully integrated the navigation system, the templates can destination and ETA information.

Toyota Go has been designed specifically to be affordable and flexible. The system can be upgraded with the newest updated maps and the latest as they become available.

Touch Go Plus

When to Touch Go Plus, the touch-screen system comes equipped 3D city models, landmark and a ‘text-to-speech’ message readout It will also display SMS messages, emails and calendars on Bluetooth mobile phone

The Advanced Voice Recognition allows the driver to input a destination, make a phone or to pick a specific song a connected iPod with a voice command.

Toyota Go Plus includes three free map and software updating.

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