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The curtain will be lifted on fresh models of the Auris hatchback, Verso people carrier and Auris Tourer when France's premier motoring exhibition kicks off on September 29th.
Here is a peek at each of the three vehicles in question ahead of the 2012 Paris Motor Show.
The car, which is being assembled exclusively at Toyota's Burnaston factory in the UK, has a sleek individual exterior design and an interior brimming with features of the highest quality.
Motorists of all interests are tended to with the new Auris hatchback as well, with petrol, diesel and full hybrid power models being made available from day one.
Verso people carrier
For starters, the Japanese car manufacturer has chosen to adopt its popular design language into the vehicle, which helps give it a clear family identity that many other vehicle makers will struggle to match.
Then there is the upgraded interior design and a re-engineered 2.0 D-4D diesel engine to drive down CO2 emission figures all to mention.
The list of specification highlights for the new Verso just goes on and on.
The main selling point about the new Auris Tourer, at least in the early stages of its development, is the fact that it is the first time that Toyota has added an estate car body design to its in-demand Auris range.
However, this is not the only standout point to note about the vehicle, as it is also the first model of its class to pack in full hybrid power capabilities to drivers.
In order to cover as many bases as possible though, motorists can also sample the new Auris Tourer with a petrol or diesel engine.
All three varieties show off an Auris car that has a few comparisons to its hatchback-style sister, while packing in an impressive amount of load space.
Posted by Craig Salter