Gallery: Toyota Unveils Its Hybrid Yaris Subcompact at The Geneva Auto ...


Toyota just made hybrid cars a whole lot more accessible by debuting the Toyota Yaris sub-compact hybrid at this week’s 2011 Geneva Motor Show. Hybrids that are currently available typically cost upwards of $20,000, and aren’t accessible to the entry-level fuel conscious market. The sub-compact hybrid Yaris, though, may change all that. The B-segment car, made for Europe right now — where smaller cars are more common place, shows Toyota’s commitment to downsize its proven full hybrid technology. The Yaris Hybrid will go on sale in Europe next year, though no word yet on whether it will have a U.S. debut.

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  1. onlyarose November 20, 2011 at 12:27 pm

    Awesome! Hope its available in the U.S. very soon!

    (I love the hybrids!!)

  2. clarelb March 11, 2011 at 9:18 pm

    The Toyota Auris — a hybrid already on sale in England — is supposed to achieve 75 mpg.

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