First Official Images of New 2009 Toyota Avensis

1 09 2008

This is the first official photo of the next-generation Toyota Avensis Sedan, which has been leaked into the Internet before the debut at the 2008 Paris International Motor Show in October. Early we have show you clearest spy photo of new Toyota Avensis.

The Avensis, which you could call Toyota’s European equivalent of the American Camry, has been smarmy redesigned featuring a crispier and more dynamic styling than the outgoing mold. We don’t have all the facts in our hands yet, but in preceding talk we had with Toyota Europe’s people, the new Avensis will get a new line-up of engines with decrease consumption and summary CO2 figures.

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UPDATED: Toyota’s all-new European flagship model, the Avensis will be debut at Paris Motor Show, that will be available in both sedan and station-wagon variants.

UPDATED: Renderings of 2010 Toyota Avensis by TTAC/Avarvarii:

UPDATED:

Toyota  unveil their all-new Toyota Avensis at 2008 Paris Motor Show. The brand’s flagship model for Europe benefits from a more powerful and aerodynamic design along with an engine range that boasts increased power and torque as well as reduced CO2 emissions.

The styling which was the work of Toyota’s advanced design studio in the South of France projects a more powerful appearance than the outgoing model with a keen focus on increasing the aerodynamics of the model. The Coefficient of Drag figure comes in at 0.28 for the sedan and 0.29 for the estate body style, it puts it right up there with its rivals falling just short of the Insignia’s 0.27 figure.

The length of the model has increased by 50mm over the previous generation bringing total figures for the sedan and estate to 4,695 mm and 4,765 mm respectively, the width has increased by the same figure to 1810mm. Naturally the increased size of the vehicle results in extra interior space for its occupants.

The will be a choice of six engines when the car is launched. The petrol options benefit from a new Valvematic technology that lowers CO2 emissions by up to 26%, they comprise of a 132hp 1.6-liter Valvematic, a 147hp 1.8-liter Valvematic and a 152hp 2.0-liter Valvematic. The four diesel options which have been tuned to emit up to 10% less CO2 emissions than their predecessors range from 126hp to 177hp.

All engines come with a six speed transmission system as standard, however the 2.2 liter diesel engine is also available with a new 6 speed automatic option and the two higher displaced petrol units are available with Toyota’s new Multidrive S variable transmission system.

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22 03 2009
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13 09 2010
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