The automotive giant has also confirmed some of the new safety technologies set to be employed in the new generation models, these will include Steering-assist Vehicle Stability Control, Adaptive Front Light System and Pre-Crash Safety System.

Toyota launch schedule appears to be a long drawn out affair, they initially started with a single rear three-quarter shot of the sedan variant last week, now we are treated to shots of the front end along with a profile image of the wagon variant and a lonely image of the interior.

Toyota's European flagship was designed at ED2, the Toyota design studio in the south of France with production set to commence at their facility in Britain, Toyota has promised a mix of superior quality, dynamic handling and refined ride comfort. The automotive giant has also confirmed some of the new safety technologies set to be employed in the new generation models, these will include Steering-assist Vehicle Stability Control (VSC+), Adaptive Front Light System (AFS) and Pre-Crash Safety System (PCS).

Expect more details to be released over the coming weeks leading up to its worldwide debut at the Paris Motor Show next month.

 

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