Which Toyota models are coming in 2022? We introduce you to all models with the information known so far. Among other things, it is about the new Aygo X, the all-electric Toyota bZ4X and the Corolla Cross. — Aygo X preliminary information: https://bit.ly/327M3tU
Toyota bZ4X: https://bit.ly/3IinB8S
Toyota Smart Connect Tutorial: https://bit.ly/3qFsUsE
Toyota GR86 preliminary information: https://bit.ly/32aeSWP
► Please note that some settings and features may vary slightly from model to model! — Chapter overview: 00:00 Toyota Aygo X 01:45 Toyota bZ4X 03:42 Toyota C-HR 2022 04:27 Toyota Yaris 2022 06:04 Toyota Corolla 2022 06:41 Toyota RAV4 Adventure 08:16 Toyota Corolla Cross 09: 59 Toyota GR86 10:26 Toyota GR Corolla (Rumour) — If you like Toyota, Lexus and Seat, subscribe to this channel! Hey, we’re Auto Weller! We test, explain and inform you about the Toyota, Lexus and Seat brands. The special thing is that we as dealers get our information first-hand, directly from the manufacturer and pass it on to you. But don’t worry, that doesn’t stop us from our objective opinion. We only praise what is praiseworthy and we don’t mince our words. Auto Weller, along with B&K, belongs to the Weller Group, making it one of the largest automobile trading groups in Germany. Of course you can visit us and get to know us personally at any time in Osnabrück, Münster, Bielefeld, Herford, Bremen, 2x Leipzig, Hamm and Dortmund. Let’s exchange news together and create high-quality content. — Fuel consumption Aygo X, 1.0 l VVT-i: petrol engine 53 kW (72 hp), low (short distance): 5.7-5.4 l/100 km; medium (outskirts): 4.5-4.4 l/100 km; high (country road): 4.2-4.1 l/100 km; Peak value (motorway): 5.8-5.3 l/100 km; combined: 5.0-4.8 l/100 km; Combined CO2 emissions: 114-108 g/km. Power consumption Toyota bZ4X (combined) 16-19 kWh/100 km; electric range (EAER): 370-450 km, CO2 emissions: 0 g/km, efficiency class: A+++. These are preliminary WLTP figures. The final values are expected for the expected start of sales in mid-2022. Fuel consumption Toyota C-HR Hybrid 1.8l: combined 4.0l/100km, CO2 emissions, combined 92 g/km, CO2 efficiency class: A+ Fuel consumption Toyota C-HR Hybrid 2.0l: combined 3.8l/100km, CO2 emissions, combined 86 g/km, CO2 efficiency class: A+ Toyota Yaris Hybrid, 1.5 l VVT-iE Hybrid, petrol engine 68 kW (92 hp) and electric motor 59 kW (80 hp), system output 85 kW (116 PS): Combined fuel consumption 2.8l/100km, combined CO2 emissions 64 g/km, CO2 efficiency class: A+ Toyota Corolla Hybrid 1.8 liters, 90 kW (122 PS), urban/extra-urban fuel consumption/combined 3.5- 3.1/3.8-3.5/3.6-3.3l/100km, combined CO2 emissions 83-76 g/km, CO2 efficiency class: A+. Toyota Corolla Hybrid, 2.0 liters, 132 kW (184 hp), fuel consumption urban/extra urban/combined 3.6-3.4/4.0-3.8/3.9-3.7l/100km, CO2 Combined emissions 89-84 g/km, CO2 efficiency class: A+ Toyota RAV4, 2.5l Hybrid 4X4: Combined fuel consumption l/100km: 4.5 (NEDC) • 5.9 (WLTP) • Combined CO2 emissions g/km: 103 (NEDC) • 133 (WLTP) • CO2 efficiency class: A+ System output: 160 kW (218 hp) • Displacement: 2487 ccm • Fuel: petrol Fuel consumption GR 86 (preliminary) combined according to WLTP 10.7-9.4 l/ 100 km, CO2 emissions combined according to WLTP 246-216 g/km. The final consumption and CO2 emissions data for the new Toyota GR 86 are expected for the expected start of sales in April 2022. The official information on fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and power consumption was determined according to the prescribed measurement procedure VO (EU) 715/2007 in the currently applicable version. The information takes into account differences in the selected wheel and tire size in ranges. For this vehicle, other values than those specified here may apply for the assessment of taxes and other vehicle-related charges that (also) are based on CO2 emissions. Illustrations show special equipment. The information given was determined on the basis of the new WLTP test cycle and calculated back to the NEDC for comparability. You can find more information on the WLTP and NEFZ test procedures at https://www.toyota.de/service_und_zubehoer/fahrzeuginformationen/wltp. Further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the ‘Guide to fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and power consumption of new passenger cars’, which is available at all sales outlets, at Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH (DAT), Hellmuth-Hirth-Str. 1, 73760 Ostfildern-Scharnhausen, and under https://www.dat.de/co2/ is available free of charge.