The Toyota Yaris is the model of the best-selling Japanese brand in Europe. By 2020, a fourth generation of Toyota’s bestseller will arrive. And these are the first data and the first images of the new model.
The new generation of the Toyota Yaris is not a simple restyling but a completely new model, with a new platform and a three-cylinder electric hybrid engine designed specifically for this model.
Perhaps an antidote to the fear of diesel has taken over the market by adding an electric motor to the car in question. That’s what the protagonist of our test offers today, the Audi Q7 e-tron 3.0 TDI that, with its 373 HP and its rechargeable battery system, proudly displays the ZERO label of the DGT that, among other things, exempts traffic restrictions despite having a diesel engine. How it behaves? We tell you
We already knew other proposals of the Audi Q7 e-tron, the big SUV that we tested in version 3.0 TDI ‘Ultra’ at the beginning of the year and that such a good taste of mouth left us then. But we did not know what it offered and how this plug-in hybrid version, unique in the market, combined with electric and diesel, behaved beyond a brief contact when it was introduced.