Are Hybrids fun to drive?

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The power to energise your drives

Thanks to the combination of a responsive petrol engine and powerful electric motor, Toyota Hybrid cars are fun to drive. A Hybrid’s electric motor delivers an instant hit of torque (or pulling power) when you accelerate at low speeds, while at higher speeds or when overtaking on the highway it works in tandem with the petrol engine for a satisfying boost of power.

With the introduction of a 2.0-litre Hybrid engine in the new Corolla, drivers can now enjoy an even more energised drive. Featuring greater power and steering wheel mounted paddles for a more dynamic driving experience, the new Corolla Hybrid takes less than 8 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h. What’s more, the latest Toyota Hybrids are built on Toyota’s new TNGA platform for added cornering stability, handling and driving enjoyment.

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