We’ve gone down to Geneva Motor Show to watch the unveiling of all the all-new ranges!
Toyota Corolla Range:
The all new corolla range is the pinnacle of fuel efficiency and low emissions. With Toyota’s cutting-edge technology, the Corollas can reach zero emissions when driving on electric power only. The 1.8 litre Hybrid engine creates a relaxing and comfortable drive. For the first time ever, both the Corolla Touring Sports and the Corolla Hatchback are now available with a new 2.0 litre Hybrid Dynamic Force engine which can deliver even more power. Whichever Corolla you choose, be sure to enjoy an economical and appealing experience. And as the Corolla is self-charging, you’ll never have to plug it in! Since it is built on Toyota’s new TNGA engineering platform, it delivers an amazingly satisfying drive.
The new Toyota Supra is inspired by over 50 years of heritage, delivering the purest experience out of any previous models. It contains a blend of breath-taking power, balance and agility which offers enthusiasts the ultimate driving pleasure. For those speed hunters who are looking for that fast-paced, action-packed experience; the all new front-mounted, in-line six-cylinder engine is sure to impress!
As it can deliver 340bhp from its 3.0 litre turbocharged engine, the driver is given full control of the seamless power and instant responsiveness; ultimately allowing you to reach 0-62 mph in just 4.3 seconds, with a top speed of 155mph.
The show-stopping Supra also lets you customise your experience by switching between all the 3 driving does – Normal, Sport, and Track. This gives instant engine sound, response, shift pattern, damping, steering and active differential performance. The ‘Condensed Extreme’ design delicately blends racing aerodynamics with a modern and powerful look, defining the overall driving performance.
The new Lexus UX250h goes beyond anything that they have designed before. With its unmistakable design, the fashionably sculpted surfaces portray a stylish and dynamic character. The UX range is now powered by a fourth-generation self-charging hybrid with automatic transmission that features a new 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol engine, powerful electric motor and a newly developed hybrid transmission. Company car drivers would also benefit from the low BIK rates and outstanding fuel economy.
The Lexus safety system+ comes standard with the new UX Hybrid which includes the following features:
• Dynamic Radar Cruise Control
• Pre-Crash Safety (PCS) Day & Night
• Automatic High Beam (AHB)
• Traffic Sign Recognition (TSR)
• Lane Departure Warning
• Lane Trace Assist
The new UX also comes equipped with a 7” LED Display on standard models (10.3” available on higher models). Another feature included standard on Takumi grade models is a wireless charger located on the centre console enabling a compatible device or smartphone to be charged just by placing it on the charging pad. Below is a picture of the new Lexus UX:
The Lexus RC four-seater sports coupe brings a breath-taking hybrid performance with bold and head-turning design. The RC’s solid chassis offers amazing handling and ability and its
acceleration to 62mph is 8.6 seconds. This is delivered by a 2.5 litre self-charging hybrid engine with automatic (e-cvt) transmission.
The RC is built with Lexus Takumi craftsmanship to maximise driving pleasure and comfort, whilst using the finest-quality materials,. There is a soothing ambient lighting system which illuminates upwards to bathe the cabin in delicate light. The RC’s multimedia display can be operated by voice command or touch pad. Finally, the 17-speaker Mark Levinson ® SurroundSystem has been developed for a 360-degree sonic space. Radar devices in the rear bumper detect vehicles in adjacent lanes. Here is a photo of the Lexus RC:
We hope that you have enjoyed our pictures and corresponding write ups on the cars. All cars detailed above are available to lease through the links below. Please get in touch to register your interest in the Toyota Supra.
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