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2012 New Toyota Verso-S Review and Pics

February 25th, 2011 Category: Toyota Cars

2012 Toyota Verso S Front Angle View 2012 New Toyota Verso S Review and PicsA space revolution for five, the new Toyota Verso-S has been created from the key development concept ‘Small, Spacious and Smart’. Showcasing excellent efficiency in space management, the Toyota Verso-S combines highly competitive interior roominess with the shortest overall length – just 3990mm – of any MPV in the European B-segment.

The aerodynamic efficiency of Toyota Verso-S single size and elegant style is further enhanced through careful airflow to reduce interior noise, improve fuel efficiency and reduce CO2 emissions. Toyota Verso-S aerodynamic characteristics of the front spoiler of new design, an L-shaped cross section to limit and control platform for air flow. Together, the front wheels and rear spats, a flat surface to create a buffer of corners ‘Aero’ arts with the airflow passing along the right side of the car, which reduces the turbulence of the wheel. And the roof control plan of the air flow spoiler from the back of the car.

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2012 Toyota Verso S Interior View 2012 New Toyota Verso S Review and Pics

The Toyota Verso-S has a long, 2,550mm wheelbase. Its wide opening front and rear doors give access to a spacious, practical and flexible interior. Reinforcing the quality of the Toyota Verso-S interior, the upper instrument panel and the shoulder area of the front door panels are clad in soft-touch materials, and the instrument panel and upper door trim are finished in a new, geometric grain pattern which changes appearance from differing viewpoints. The instrument cluster, bright silver centre console and air vents are trimmed with crisp, three-dimensional, brushed metal finish surrounds to further enhance the perception of quality. The functional, easy-to-read instrument cluster features three dials with a large, central speedometer. It houses a multi-information display which will indicate overall average fuel consumption, instantaneous fuel consumption and possible cruising range.

Unique to the B-MPV segment and a Toyota first, a new 6.1 inch, full colour, touch screen multimedia system, Toyota Touch, provides customers with a comprehensive multimedia interface. Standard as from mid grade, it will incorporate AM/FM radio, a CD/MP3 player, Bluetooth mobile phone connectivity with a music streaming facility, and a USB port for the connection of portable music players, with the facility to display iPod album cover art. In addition, a rear view camera image is displayed on the Toyota Touch screen when reverse gear is engaged, to aid manoeuvrability in confined spaces. The Bluetooth hands-free system can register up to five mobile phones, log and edit up to 1,000 contacts per phone by automatic transfer, and display an in-car call history. Amongst the AM/FM radio functions is a one-click station list which will display every available radio station.

Toyota is also a touch screen information includes a complete set of travel time, distance and fuel economy data, such as fuel consumption, fuel consumption display and trip-by-trip fuel consumption compared to the book. While the media technology over the next decade, a large base still works as a DAB (Digital Audio Broadcasting) digital radio system compliant joins the list of options in the future, start a new navigation system, Toyota Touch & Go in May 2011.

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The new Toyota Verso-S is available with a 1.33-liter Dual VVT-i petrol engine or 1.4-liter turbo diesel D-4D. Both engines are coupled in series with the manual transmission 6-speed. The gasoline engine of 1.33 liter can be optionally equipped with a multi player, continuously variable transmission, which has a 7-speed, sequential paddle shifts. An optional 6-speed transmission MultiMode is available with 1.4-liter turbodiesel engine. Both Euro 5-compliant powertrains benefit fully from the low friction components, super-lightweight compact design and enhanced combustion efficiency inherent in Toyota Optimal Drive. Comprehensive weight saving measures make the Toyota Verso-S the lightest car in its class. This, combined with highly aerodynamic styling which gives the Verso-S a drag coefficient (Cd) of just 0.297, awards the new Toyota class-leading fuel economy and CO2 emissions.

Incorporating Electronic Brakeforce distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist, Traction Control (TRC) and Vehicle Stability Control (VSC), the Verso-S is equipped with the latest ADVICS ADS-A2 and ADS-VP2 braking and stability systems. The new Toyota Verso-S  is fitted with 275mm ventilated disc brakes to the front, and solid 259mm discs or 229mm drums to the rear. 15″ steel wheels with full wheel caps are fitted with 185/65R 15 tyres, while 16″ alloy wheels are fitted with and 185/60R 16 tyres.

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