2017 Toyota Yaris R _ The Toyota Yaris has been on the road since 1999. The subcompact car is available in two versions: hatchback and sedan. The Japanese automaker plans to make the car more fuel efficient and environmentally friendly by equipping it with a hybrid powertrain. The first model to introduce this type of powertrain will be named Toyota Yaris R 2017.
2017 Toyota Yaris R Safety Features
The Toyota Yaris is one of the safest cars in its class thanks to all models equipped with airbags for passengers, passengers, curtains and driver, for a total of seven. The 2017 Toyota Yaris R also comes with the Toyota Stability Control ESP to keep it on track, even in slippery conditions. Anti-lock brakes operate in conjunction with emergency braking to apply maximum brake pressure under critical conditions, while the distribution of braking force allows the Yaris to be attenuated as quickly and efficiently as possible. In the summer of 2015, Toyota added the Toyota Safety Sense package as an option for Yaris models, which includes the latest advanced safety systems such as auto-beam headlights, warning sign recognition, The way and a collision prevention system.
2017 Toyota Yaris R Interior
The cabin of the 2017 Toyota Yaris R is well built, but some of the plastic look and feel cheap. There is also very little in the way of design flair – something you may have forgiven a small hatchback in the past, and it lacks the opportunity for more fashion-conscious solutions. Fortunately, there are many toys hidden in the dash rather simple. This model has been equipped as standard with Bluetooth connectivity, dual zone climate control, automatic wipers and wipers, cruise control and infotainment system driven by a touch screen of 6, 1 inch.
2017 Toyota Yaris R Engine
The engine of the 2017 Toyota Yaris R was developed by TMG, the German racing car manufacturer responsible for the former Toyota F1 cars and now the hybrid TS030 of the automaker. The design is based on TMG’s new global racing engine, which was developed for various motorsport competitions that support the same 1.6-liter format. These include WRC, WTCC and several national championships. The engine develops almost 225kW and 418Nm of torque alone. It will soon begin testing the real world in a Toyota Yaris chassis and can be offered in a rally version of Toyota’s subcompact to private teams. Further down the track, we can even see a detuned version of the engine in a future Toyota road car.