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volkman10 13th June 2019 08:02

Toyota's Yaris-based Compact SUV. EDIT: Unveiled as Yaris Cross
 
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Built on the Yaris platform, Toyota's compact SUV will arrive in Brazil at 2021.

No plans known yet whether the SUV will be sold in other markets.

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Those who have seen the model help us that it has size and lines that resemble the Jeep Renegade.
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Toyota has begun to develop its dream compact SUV for Brazil. The brand already quota with suppliers parts for its development. Model will have hybrid 1.8 engine

The model will be built from the Entry Family Car (EFC) platform already used by the Etios and Yaris lines. The SUV will be manufactured in Sorocaba (SP).
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In common with the new Corolla, Toyota's new compact SUV will feature the hybrid Flex 1.8 engine in two top-of-the-line versions.

Still not confirmed what will be the other SUV engine besides the hybrid. Thus, there are options 1.5 and the 1.8 Flex used in GLI versions in the current generation of the Corolla
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hydraulicsteer 13th June 2019 08:36

re: Brazil: Toyota to launch Yaris-based Compact SUV in 2021
 
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Originally Posted by volkman10 (Post 4603818)
Built on the Yaris platform, Toyota's compact SUV will arrive in Brazil at 2021.

No plans known yet whether the SUV will be sold in other markets.

Even if this CUV is coming to India, they are very late to the party. The way Toyota has established itself in India where they are perceived as a UV maker able to command good premium on solid products like Crysta and Fortuner, there is no doubt they would have gained immense market share with products like RAV4 and the Rush had they been launched in India. It is difficult to fathom what market research data is fed from India office to Toyota Japan the result of which is the Yaris launch:Frustrati. Same is the case with Honda, look at the priorities, Civic, C-RV and not the HR-V. Meanwhile Maruti and Hyundai are having all the laughs here.

GTO 14th June 2019 08:40

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Originally Posted by hydraulicsteer (Post 4603829)
Even if this CUV is coming to India, they are very late to the party.

This doesn't matter, although I 100% agree with you that Toyota India is too slow & lethargic.

There is no problem that a good product / car / SUV cannot solve. The Compact SUV market will continue to be popular; in fact, I think it'll steal even more market-share from hatchbacks & sedans around it. My worry here would be different = while Toyota has an enormous portfolio worldwide, the lazy Indian team has been reluctant to bring interesting products to India. Now, with the Suzuki tie-up and easy access to rebadged products, will Toyota India be further demotivated in bringing its international cars here?

SoumenD 14th June 2019 08:49

Re: Brazil: Toyota to launch Yaris-based Compact SUV in 2021
 
I doubt this will come to India at all. Don't they already have the easier route to rebadge the Brezza and launch here? Investment on 'T' badges is already done. Thanks to the glanza, all they need is slap the badges on grill, rear hatch & steering wheel and voila!!! A new SUV ready to hatch :uncontrol

volkman10 8th January 2020 17:52

Re: Brazil: Toyota to launch Yaris-based Compact SUV in 2021
 
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Toyotaís Yaris-Based SUV To Be Revealed In Second Half Of 2020. Could come in a Hybrid only form.

Will be sold in EU too. Other markets not yet defined.

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The new small Toyota SUV will sit below the C-HR in the Japanese brandís range.

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Toyota believes that having a car closer to the 4.0-metre length of most superminis will appeal to customers put off by the C-HRís higher price.

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the new small SUV has already received the green light from Toyota HQ in Japan and itís certain that it will be based heavily on the technical underpinnings of the latest-generation Yaris, which made its debut back in October. That means that it will be the second car to use the TNGA-B architecture, mixing MacPherson struts at the front with a torsion beam at the rear.
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volkman10 14th January 2020 20:39

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Toyota announces new compact SUV for its European line-up.

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-New and distinctive B-SUV with compact, dynamic design and unique personality

-Based on the flexible Toyota New Global Architecture GA-B platform

-Vehicle to be built at Toyota Motor Manufacturing France alongside Yaris

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This model will add to the success of Yaris in Europe and together, we expect these vehicles will account for around thirty percent of the Toyota sales volume in Europe by 2025. You won’t have to wait too long to see the final design, and you will see that this is not just a Yaris with body cladding and raised suspension, but an entirely new and distinctive B-SUV model with a compact, dynamic design and personality of its own.
Source:Toyota

volkman10 18th February 2020 13:56

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Toyota starts its teasers to its CUV:

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Press Release:

TOYOTA AT THE 2020 GENEVA INTERNATIONAL MOTOR SHOW

World premiere of Toyota’s new B-segment SUV
◦First European motor show appearance for the all-new Yaris, new RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid SUV and new Mirai hydrogen fuel cell saloon
◦First European motor show appearance for the new GR Yaris

Toyota’s all-new B-segment SUV will make its world debut at the 2020 Geneva International Motor Show, a model that blends Toyota’s extensive small car experience with its strong SUV heritage.

The new model has a raised ground clearance and an intelligent all-wheel drive system, and benefits from Toyota’s latest hybrid powertrain technology.

It will be revealed during Toyota’s press conference, taking place on the Toyota stand in Hall 4 of Geneva’s Palexpo exhibition centre at 11.15am on 3 March.

There will also be European motor show debuts for the all-new Yaris and the new RAV4 Plug-in Hybrid SUV. The all-new Mirai will also appear in public in Europe for the first time, presented in a dedicated area highlighting Toyota’s commitment to helping build a future hydrogen society.


Source:Toyota

volkman10 27th March 2020 18:07

Re: Brazil: Toyota to launch Yaris-based Compact SUV in 2021
 
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Toyota Spied Testing Yaris-Based Small SUV in the Artic circle.

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Of course, this is a really old Yaris body, but we know there's a nice compact version of the TNGA platform hiding under there. And this is by no means related to the Yaris hatchback and sedan currently offered in America, as those are just Mazda2s with different bumpers.

The Yaris-based SUV has no name right now but is believed to slot under the C-HR and Corolla in terms of price. It should measure around four meters long and will rival the Nissan Kicks or Hyundai Venue. We're told it will even have some coupe-like styling elements, just like the C-HR.
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Bibendum90949 30th March 2020 01:26

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From side profile , it has got a Fiat Punto kind of stance. The rear window seems to be very small or is it because of the camouflage? The rear end stance has a bit of Celerio in it.

volkman10 31st March 2020 08:52

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volkman10 23rd April 2020 13:42

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Toyota reveals the YARIS CROSS:

2021 Toyota Yaris Cross Debuts With Hybrid Power And All-Wheel Drive.

Yaris Cross will bring a fresh powertrain technology to the small SUV market, because TNGA is engineered for electrification right from the off.

This is the new Toyota Yaris Cross, a small SUV designed to rival for the likes of the Nissan Juke, Renault Captur and Skoda Kamiq.

Toyota believes that having a car closer to the 4.0-metre length of most superminis will appeal to customers put off by the C-HR’s higher price.


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Toyota aims to build more than 150,000 units annually at its Valenciennes factory in France where the Yaris Cross will be assembled alongside the supermini upon which it’s based. The tiny high-riding vehicle will go on sale in Europe in the summer of 2021.

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It measures a little over 4 meters and takes on thermal and electric motors. It is positioned under the Toyota C-HR and completes the range of hybrid SUVs with the Toyota RAV4 .

Buyers will be able to order the Yaris Cross with wheels as large as 18 inches and a shiny new paint called Brass Gold, while the optional electric tailgate will make loading and unloading cargo easier

Yaris Cross will offer an AWD layout coupled to a hybrid powertrain consisting of a three-cylinder 1.5-liter gasoline engine working together with an electric motor. The combustion engine has a thermal efficiency of up to 40 percent and can power the vehicle alone in front-wheel-drive mode. Once the sensors detect poor grip conditions, the AWD system kicks in and helps the driver tackle the rain, snow, or even sand.

The total output for the hybrid setup stands at 116 horsepower, which might not sound like much, but do you really need more from a city-oriented crossover? Toyota claims the front-wheel-drive models will have CO2 emissions of less than 120 g/km while the AWD model will emit below 135 g/km per the WLTP regime.
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CarManMotorcycl 23rd April 2020 14:09

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I like the way this one looks, they have done a good job with the interior too like the Yaris hatchback. It seems they have also toned down the grille which is a good thing :D.

Toyota India should launch this and discontinue the Yaris saloon, sadly Indians are falling out of love with saloon cars and for Toyota to gain some numbers this seems like the perfect substitute.

DicKy 23rd April 2020 17:13

Re: Brazil: Toyota to launch Yaris-based Compact SUV in 2021
 
Pleasantly surprised by the fact that it looks like a new crossover, a la smaller RAV4, I was expecting a Freestyle/Wr-V , Etios cross kinda model.

This one looks more upmarket than the the Raize, and rightly so. The Raize is a Daihatsu based one and this is a proper TNGA model.

Plans for India? I guess dream on....

Guess we would get an overpriced CBU RAV4 before getting the stretched Maruti/Toyota Raize. The nearest this model gets to India, maybe on transit to Nepal/Bhutan.

Shamegz 23rd April 2020 17:23

Re: Brazil: Toyota to launch Yaris-based Compact SUV in 2021
 
Toyota reveals the new 2021 Yaris Cross compact SUV
Youcar uploaded Full Presentation of the launch.
It is mentioned that Yaris is B-SUV .
The presentation contains a message at the start :The launch was supposed to be at Geneva and the pandemic and so on.
https://youtu.be/oS7_e-wAQHg

Vid6639 23rd April 2020 17:56

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Impressive and very nice product. One that for India would actually work if they price it around the Creta and S-cross.

But alas this will remain a dream. At 4180mm it is smaller, the TNGA will raise costs and being a hybrid will be pricier. Plus given Toyota's greed in pricing means that even if it comes, will compete against the Jeep Compass at 25 lakhs. lol.

Meanwhile we Indians have to make do with the Brezza with the T badge later this year. :Frustrati


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