Toyota will share its vision for tomorrow and the mid-term future at this year’s Paris motor show (public days 1 to 16 October).
The event will mark the European premiere of the new Prius Plug-in Hybrid. The car is built on a new Global Architecture (TNGA) platform and achieves exceptional efficiency thanks to its new plug-in hybrid powertrain.
The Toyota FCV PLUS will also be appearing in Europe for the first time, a concept vehicle in which Toyota examines how future hydrogen cars can make a positive contribution to society.
A large section of the Toyota stand will be dedicated to a full display of the new Toyota C-HR. The compact crossover will be making its public debut in final production form, following the reveal of the exterior design at this year’s Geneva motor show.
Toyota will also be celebrating the launch of Toyota Gazoo Racing, the body which has brought all Toyota motorsports activities under one umbrella, with the aim of making motorsports central to the company’s mission to build ever-better cars.
Toyota will host a press conference at 13:15 on its stand in hall 4 on the show’s press day, 29 September.