2018 Toyota Yaris GRMN B Roll Dynamic Hatch Exterior Interior Design Overview & Driving Footage HD

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2018 Toyota Yaris Hybrid , Review (ENG)

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Alex drive the new mega insane pocket rocket Yaris GRMN Gazoo racing hot hatch around the testing circuit on Millbrook proving ground. What do we think and can it rival some of the best hot hatches out then? Check out the video to see what we think. Massive thanks to Toyota UK, trust me if your interested in one get in touch as Toyota UK still have a few available and there rare as heck. Go to Toyota website to find out more here - https://www.toyota.co.uk/new-cars/yaris-grmn As always please give it a like, share, comment and subscribe if you haven't already

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2018 Toyota Yaris GRMN B Roll Dynamic Hatch Exterior Interior Design Overview & Driving Footage HD

The heart of the Yaris GRMN is its 1,798 cm3 four-cylinder engine, a 16-valve unit equipped with a Magnusson Eaton supercharger and Dual VVT-i intelligent variable timing for both inlet and exhaust valves. The 2ZR-FE unit is built by Toyota Manufacturing UK and has been specially adapted for use with the smaller Yaris platform.

With a 10:1 compression ratio, it delivers a maximum 212 DIN hp (156 kW) at 6,800 rpm and peak torque of 250 Nm at 5,000 rpm. Driving the front wheels through a six-speed manual transmission, the engine enables nought to 100 km/h acceleration in around 6.3* seconds; top speed is electronically limited to 230 km/h.

To achieve razor-sharp braking controllability, the 275 mm-diameter grooved front disc brakes are fitted with four-piston callipers; 278 mm discs are featured at the rear. The callipers are a stand-out feature, painted in signature Toyota Gazoo Racing white and visible through the slim spokes of the alloy wheels.

The wheels are 17-inch BBS lightweight multi-spoke alloys which not only save weight but also provide sufficient space for larger brakes to be used. Fitted with Bridgestone Potenza RE050 205/45R17 tyres, they also contribute to the Yaris GRMN’s very precise steering feel.

The manual gearbox is a brilliant partner for the engine, its ratios one-to-four just right to keep the engine on the boil and its shift quality crisp and tight. Blipping the engine between downshifts never gets old.
Given its character you may be expecting the Yaris GRMN to be a harshly riding car, but while there’s an underlying firmness to it, it transpires that it’s actually perfectly comfortable in everyday driving.

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