We have the first details and images of the new Toyota Auris hybrid, and the facelifted 2010 Toyota RAV4. The story inside.

Toyota plans to unveil a production version of the Toyota Auris HSD at the Geneva Motor Show.  The new four-door is a follow-up to the concept model shown off at the Frankfurt Show last September.

Look for HSD, or Hybrid Synergy Drive, to potentially become a new sub-brand for Toyota.  The Auris represents the first step in the automaker's plan to offer a hybrid version of each of their models "by the early 2020s," according to a press release.

The Auris HSD will be built in Burnaston, England.  The car will go on sale in Europe by summer.

Appearing next to the hybrid is a new facelifted version of the Toyota RAV4.  The SUV has a new hood with more aggressive styling as part of a less-bulky front.  Headlights look less conventional, and foglights are now integrated into the new bumper.  The new chrome grille is a nice touch.  Toyota did not provide photos of the 2010 RAV4's interior, but the company says it is "more refined."

At Geneva, Toyota will also unveil the Prius Plug-in for the first time in Europe.  Hopefully, the car's brakes will be in good shape.  The show will also feature Euro debuts of the FT-EV concept, and the FT-86 concept.

Gallery: Toyota Previews 2010 RAV4 Facelift and Auris HSD Production Version for Geneva Debut