New Auris Touring Sports

  • The first full hybrid wagon available in the C-segment, with no compromise to loadspace or luggage capacity
  • Class-leading CO2 emissions of 85 g/km and significantly lower NOx and PM emissions than diesel cars of comparable performance
  • Class-leading luggage capacity of up to 1658 litres
  • Segment-best functionality with Easy Flat, one-touch folding rear seats, double level loadspace floor and two-way tonneau cover

The new Toyota Auris Touring Sports adds a popular wagon body style to the model range’s comprehensive choice of powertrains. It is the first wagon in the segment available with a full hybrid powertrain, representing a further diversification of Toyota’s application of its Hybrid Synergy Drive technology.
The new Auris Touring Sports combines dynamic design with segment-best functionality and superior loadspace. With battery located beneath the rear seats, the installation of the HSD powertrain offers no compromise to either loadspace or luggage capacity.
 Sharing its 2,600 mm wheelbase and 10.4 metre turning circle, the Auris Touring Sports is 285 mm longer than the hatchback, all of which is dedicated to the extended loadspace. 
This superior luggage capacity is matched by segment-best functionality. The Auris Touring Sports is the only C-segment wagon to offer customers the combined benefits of Toyota’s Easy Flat, one-touch foldable rear seats, a double level loadspace floor, a two-way tonneau cover, a roller-type luggage net, shopping bag hooks, aluminium roof rails and a 12 V outlet in the luggage compartment. 
As with the new hatchback, the Auris Touring Sports’ bold, dynamic exterior design maximises the aerodynamic benefits of the model’s reduction in overall height, and the dynamic improvements offered by its lower centre of gravity. 
The new Auris Touring Sports shares the hatchback’s new frontal design, which combines Toyota’s Under Priority design language with Keen Look detailing to give a powerful yet elegant road presence. 
In profile, the Auris Touring Sports also shares the hatchback’s steeply raked windscreen, which flows into an extended roofline featuring aluminium roof rails and an integral rear spoiler. At 1553 mm long by 960 mm wide, the optional Skyview panoramic sunroof is one of the largest in the segment and further strengthens the impression of roominess created by the all-new interior. 
The extended, three-panel side glazing features blacked-out pillars, including a piano black finish to the B pillar, and is underscored by chrome-accented trim above the bodywork’s powerful, rising beltline crease. 
To the rear, the Auris Touring Sports features a new bumper and tailgate design, with the loadspace sill set 100 mm lower than that of the hatchback, above a chrome floating rear spoiler. As with the rest of the Auris range, a new, wraparound rear combination lamp design reinforces the shape of the rear wing, new D pillar design and rear screen. 
Driving Performance
Reinforcing Toyota’s commitment to improving the dynamic abilities of its vehicles to offer customers a more engaging driving experience, the Auris Touring Sports benefits from all the improvements made to the new Auris hatchback. 
If features an increase in bodyshell rigidity, a lower centre of gravity, enhancements to suspension and steering, a better driving position and improved NVH characteristics to offer drivers a more comfortable and engaging driving experience. 
The Auris Touring Sports will be available with the same engine range as the Auris hatchback; a choice of 1.33 litre Dual VVT-i and 1.6 litre Valvematic petrol engines, improved 1.4 litre and 2.0 litre D-4D diesel engines, and the first full hybrid powertrain in the C-segment wagon market. 
Capable of operating both independently and in combination, the HSD system’s 1.8 litre VVT-i petrol engine and electric motor generate a maximum power output of 136 DIN hp (100 kW), equipping the Auris Hybrid Touring Sports with a 0-100 km/h acceleration time of 10.9 seconds and a maximum speed of 180 km/h. 

Conversely, the Auris Touring Sports full hybrid returns class-leading CO2 emissions of only 85 g/km, and significantly lower NOx and NO particulate emissions than diesel engined cars of comparable performance. 

In conjunction with Toyota’s Stop & Start technology and an advanced Multidrive S transmission, CO2 emissions are highly competitive across the entire Auris Touring Sports engine range. The 1.33 and 1.6 litre petrol engines generate 127 and 139 g/km respectively, the 2.0 litre diesel 115 g/km, and the 1.4 litre diesel just 109 g/km.