The supermini’s all-wheel drive is rallying equipment.
The GR Yaris, Toyota’s new hot hatchback. It will come to the UK at just over £ 30,000 later this year. This November, so the first batch of the high-performance all-wheel-drive superminis expected to come to British soil.
The GR Supra prefixed, like the current GR Supra. The GR moniker refers to the participation of the Gazoo Racing motorsport team from Toyota. In reality, the car creation supported by the Tommi Mäkinen Racing-the partner of Toyota for its world championship title.
Consequently, Toyota says the GR Yaris is not the usual Yaris supermini. But an authentic variant in its own right.
A computer “forged in the heat of the world rally championship” as compared later. It is described in the Japanese company as the GR Yaris. Which subsequently sold in the Yaris GRMN. This argument backed by the conventional four-wheel-drive system and the turbocharged petrol engine with a power of 257 bhp.
The machine might have only three-cylinder but can propel the GR Yaris in less than 5.5 seconds from a standstill to 62 mph. This is the type of show that a Porsche 718 Cayman offers you.
In addition to a powerful power unit, Toyota promises to provide the GR Yaris with the right-line speed. The company says the specially designed structure and lightweight construction of the car provide a “dynamic balance.”
It will also be important because the vehicle will be a street-legal counterpart to a potential Toyota World Rally Championships car, and in one leap. The company says the ‘ energy and enthusiasm ‘ of previous rally ceremony versions will relive.
Full road car specifications have not confirmed yet, but UK buyers will have two trim packages to choose from. The ‘pure’ GR Yaris is priced at £ 29,995, while the RRP will be provided by the GR Yaris Circuit Pack of £ 3,495.
We still don’t know what each would say, but hoping buyers are free to sign up for the “Keep Me Informed” program from Toyota, which provides notifications as and when the company launches it.