Toyota’s latest Avensis is coming to the Geneva auto show next month, with a nose that wears a striking new split-arrow LED emerging from the slim upper grille. This nose is the product of the ED2 design studio in France, and may influence the upcoming 2016 Toyota Prius sold globally.
TOYOTA TO REVEAL NEW AVENSIS AT THE GENEVA MOTOR SHOW
Toyota will reveal the new Avensis at the Geneva motor show (3 – 15 March), the latest development of its contender in the European mid-size (D-segment) car market.
New Avensis has been styled at Toyota’s ED2 design studio in the South of France and developed by the company’s R&D centre in Brussels. It will be built by Toyota Manufacturing UK at the Burnaston car plant, near Derby.
The new model will deliver innovations in comfort and safety and will feature a new range of engines that promise both performance and efficiency. Avensis has been designed to appeal to fleet and private customers alike.
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