Production of the Mexico made Toyota Yaris (a Mazda 2 with a fugly nose) has ended, but there should be enough stock to last until fall 2020 if you’re keen.
The company still has “no plans” to bring the Toyota Yaris GR to the US, which is a shame because we need the 200kW (268hp) AWD hot hatch yesterday.
The 2020 Toyota Yaris GR is a new high performance version of the company’s supermini hatch, adn the differences go beyond a crazy 3-cylinder turbo and AWD.
The 2020 Toyota Yaris GR is fucking mental with a 1.6L turbo I3 making 200kW (268hp) and 370Nm (273 lb-ft), chunky fenders, AWD and a 6-speed manual.
The 2020 Toyota Yaris GR has a 1.6L turbo I3 with 200kW (268hp) and 370Nm (273 lb-ft), AWD, a 6-speed manual, wider fenders, and a unique 3 door body.
The 2020 JDM Toyota Yaris is 50mm (2″) narrower and at least 30mm (1.2″) taller than the version available in Europe. It is available with a I3 or hybrid.
Launched in 1999, Toyota Yaris replaced the unloved Starlet. With its local style and sensibility, it helped Toyota crack the European supermini segment.
The 2020 Toyota Yaris is basically all new, with a new platform, body and engines. See how much it has changed in this side by side comparison.
There will be a new Yaris hatch for 2020 with funky styling, a more luxurious interior and better handling, but it’s only Japan, Europe and Australia.
The 2020 Toyota Yaris for Europe and Japan is based on the GA-B platform, and is available with a 1L or 1.5L I3, or 1.5L I3 hybrid. AWD is optional.