With a broad, diversified line of cars, Toyota works to provide customers with better, more efficient, sustainable and, above all, safe cars. In the last edition of the Motor Show, held in São Paulo in November 2018, the company highlighted the benefits of hybrid technology and presented innovations such as the Yaris X-Way, the new version of the Hilux pickup truck, and the new Lexus hybrid models that have just arrived in the country.
In its 2018 line, the Etios was redesigned and fully developed by the innovation center at the São Bernardo do Campo unit. In hatchback and sedan versions, it maintains the Dual VVT -i engine with 1.3L and 98 cv as entry model, and offers options such as automatic transmission and Toyota Smart Screen dashboard, unique in the subcompact segment.
A global sales success, Yaris arrives in Brazil in the hatchback and sedan versions with optional sunroof, automatic CVT transmission or manual six-speed transmission, as well as an extensive list of convenience, technology, and safety items in all its versions. Its modern design is perfect for consumers looking for a car with an urban appeal, without compromising on quality, reliability, or durability. The new X-Way version arrives on the market in 2019 with black alloy wheels, roof rack, bumper and fender application, exclusive side trims, and items similar to those from higher-end segments.
works to provide customers with better, more efficient, sustainable, and safe cars
The company’s sales leader in the country and in the mid-range sedan category worldwide, the Corolla is offered in GLi 1.8L versions with leather trim and Multi-Drive transmission, XEi; XRS and Altis, with a 2.0L engine and the same transmission. Recently, Toyota has improved the XEi version with a black interior trim, giving the model a more modern look. Marketed in Brazil since 1994, more than 870,000 units of the Corolla have already been sold.
The best-selling mid-size pickup truck in the country celebrates its 50th anniversary with a new front-end design on the SR, SRV, and SRX models, available in seven versions with a 2.8L four-cylinder diesel engine with variable geometry turbocharger and intercooler, and four versions with Dual VVT-i Flex 2.7L 16V DOHC engine. Recognized for its robustness, in Brazil the Hilux family gains another model developed regionally by Toyota do Brasil and Toyota Argentina with the support of the company GR: Hilux GAZOO Racing. Based on SRX top-of-the-line configuration, the version was adjusted to improve drivability and stability in off-road conditions, and will be available in Brazil beginning in 2019.
Sold in Brazil since 2013, the Prius is one of Toyota’s biggest bets for expanding the hybrid vehicle market in the country. With 3,246 units marketed since its launch, the Prius represents Toyota’s vision of how mobility will be in the future, with the development of ever better and more environmentally friendly cars. In its new generation, the vehicle was built on Toyota’s New Global Architecture concept, with improved comfort and drivability, lower center of gravity, and reduced aerodynamic drag.
With a sophisticated design, enhanced cabin, and high-performance engine, the SW4 is perfect for those looking for strength combined with elegance. With Dual VVT-i technology specially designed for the Brazilian market, the sport utility vehicle includes in its latest version a flex line with SR 4x2 five-seat and SR 4x2 seven-seat options, both with a renewed list of standard equipment.
SUV Crossover with bold lines and powerful engine, the RAV4 is sold in Brazil in two versions: 2.0 VVT-i 16V with 143 hp and 19.1 kgfm, with CVT transmission simulating seven speeds and 4x2 wheel drive, with a single version. Among its standard features are leather seats, seven airbags, dashboard with colored TFT display, and 17-inch alloy wheels.
With luxury and elegance in every detail of its design, this premium Toyota sedan gained bolder lines also based on the TNGA platform adopted by the Prius. Available in Brazil with a 3.5 V6 engine and a 2.5-liter four-cylinder engine, an eight-speed automatic transmission, and Entune, Toyota’s new multimedia system.
With almost 30 years of success, the Lexus ES debuts its 7th generation in Brazil and arrives with a new platform in a hybrid version with 2.5L four-cylinder engine coupled with a Hybrid Transaxle transmission, guaranteeing performance and fuel efficiency. The new Lexus UX was developed under the new GA-C platform, with low center of gravity, lightweight structure, and adjustable suspension. In Brazil, it will be sold in the 250h 4x2 version with 2.0L gasoline engine coupled with an electric motor in a next-generation hybrid transaxle, as well as the new Hybrid Transaxle transmission.