Toyota and Lexus are going to bring their current and upcoming low emissions full hybrid technology at EcoVelocity. EcoVelocity is a festival of green cars which takes place at the iconic Battersea Power Station in London this September. If Toyota and Lexus attend the EcoVelocity with their green cars, we really hope that their sporstcar and supercar will be showcased at this year’s Frankfurt Auto Show which also takes place in September.
The crowds at EcoVelocity event will be able to see and experience the hybrid power first-hand by driving the Toyota Prius and British-built Auris Hybrid hatchback. Both hybrid models are emitting less than 100g/km of CO2 and the perfect cars for those who reside in central London and always get caught on UK capital’s congestion charge.
The Toyota Prius and Auris Hybrid vehicles are already on sale, and yet Toyota still bring other excitement for the audiences at EcoVelocity by allowing them to see close-up look at the next-generation of Toyota Prius PHEV – which stands for Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle.
Toyota Prius is not alone at the EcoVelocity, Toyota takes along the all-new Toyota Yaris which will have its official UK sales launch next week, and of course the Scion iQ. Both cars represent the stylish and economical vehicle with conventional package.
To fill the luxury and environmental efficient slot will be none other than Lexus. Lexus will bring the CT200h which is world’s first full hybrid premium compact hatchback. Inside the Lexus CT200h is Lexus Hybrid Drive system which able to deliver 100g/km CO2 emissions and 68.9mpg combined cycle fuel consumption. Lexus CT200h will be accompanied by Lexus RX 450h which is full hybrid luxury crossover.