Styling is carried over from the standard hatch, with a squat profile and aggressive front end giving the car the same purposeful stance as other versions of the Auris. The steeply raked windscreen also emphasises the car’s aerodynamic shape, while the Hybrid is marked out by blue badge details and Hybrid detailing.
It’ll do 0-62mph in 10.9 seconds, but crucially returns 74.3mpg economy and emits just 87g/km of CO2 – which means the Auris Hybrid is exempt from road tax and the London Congestion Charge.
So watch the video and check out our review of the all-new Auris Hybrid, which goes on sale later this month. Prices for the 1.8-litre Hybrid start at £19,995, while top-spec Excel cars, like the one in this video, cost from £21,745.