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New Toyota Yaris gains enhanced digital user experience and safety systems and expanded hybrid line-up

30 May 2023
 
  • All-new digital instrument display, Toyota Smart Connect multimedia system with largest-in-class displays, and new app-based digital key
  • New and enhanced Toyota Safety Sense safety and driver assistance systems
  • Additional hybrid electric option with new Hybrid 130, offered alongside existing Hybrid 115 powertrain
  • New Yaris to launch with Premiere Edition model, featuring ultimate equipment specification and exclusive Neptune Blue bi-tone paintwork
  • UK model range, specifications and prices to be confirmed at a later date
  • UK order books to open in third quarter of 2023 ahead of customer deliveries from early 2024

Toyota today announces improvements and enhancements that will further strengthen its Yaris Hybrid hatchback range, increasing the market appeal of a model that has proved an outstanding success for the brand. A significant programme of performance, safety and styling upgrades will ensure the model presents class-leading qualities in its area of the highly competitive B-segment.

Toyota is introducing a completely new digital dimension to the car with a customisable driver’s instrument display, a more powerful and intuitive multimedia system, convenient and stable connectivity and, for the first time, a hands-free digital key will be available*.

The principal changes also include a more powerful version of Yaris’s 1.5-litre hybrid electric powertrain and an increase in the scope and performance of the car’s advanced active safety and driver assistance systems,

Built in Europe for European customers, the new Yaris will reinforce the model’s long-established reputation for innovation and excellence in small car design and engineering.

A new digital user experience

Toyota has targeted a best-in-class proposition with completely new digital user experience for the new Yaris. This takes in both a customisable driver’s instrument display and a faster and more powerful multimedia system with added functionality. The displays – seven or 12.3-inch for the combimeter, nine or 10.5-inch for the multimedia screen, according to model grade – are class-leading in terms of size.

The 12.3-inch digital combimeter presents dials, information and graphics in sharp definition for good visibility in all light levels. Their appearance is customisable to suit the driver’s mood and the type of journey with up to four options: Smart, Casual, Sporty and Tough. According to model grade, a seven or 12.3 or seven-inch versions are fitted.

The new-to-Yaris Toyota Smart Connect multimedia system has a more intuitive and reactive interface and provides cloud-based navigation as standard. This “always connected” system ensures journey planning benefits from up-to-the-moment information on routes, traffic and delays.

It takes spoken commands to another level with a voice recognition function and “Hey Toyota” voice agent that respond to more natural forms of speech. For example, simply state “Hey Toyota, I’m cold” and the system will automatically raise the climate control temperature.

Ease of connectivity is a customer priority and new Yaris enables wireless smartphone integration using both Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. And, as with the Toyota Safety Sense systems, upgrades and new functions for the multimedia system can be applied over-the-air without additional trips to the service centre.

Easy access with smart digital key

The digital transformation of new Yaris includes the first availability of a smart digital key. Linked to the MyT app, this gives up to five users access to the vehicle using their smartphone. It’s designed for complete convenience, so users can lock, unlock or start their vehicle without having to take their phone out of their bag or pocket.

This feature, standard on the new Premiere Edition grade, further expands the MyT functions, which include remote locking/unlocking, climate control operation and activation of the hazard lights for easy vehicle identification in a crowded car park. It’s compatible with both Apple and Android devices and four years’ connection is included in the car’s purchase price.

Technologies for safer, easier driving

With its wealth of active and passive safety equipment and fundamentally strong design, the current Yaris was developed with the aim of being the safest small car in the world. Toyota is introducing additional and enhanced safety features to further improve the model’s safety leadership.

In the new Yaris, these are more effective than ever, with additional and improved functions, and include the latest generation Toyota Safety Sense driver assistance systems. In its mission ultimately to eliminate road traffic accidents, Toyota provides advanced technology features as standard – features that are often extra-cost options or simply not available on other B-segment models.

Thanks to its new multimedia system and data communications module (DCM), Toyota provides the flexibility and convenience of software updates delivered over-the-air. This means the Toyota Safety Sense and multimedia functions can be seamlessly upgraded, with no need for the car to be taken to a service centre. Downloads can take place while the car is being driven, ready for installation when it’s convenient for the driver.

Using a new camera and radar which can scan further and wider than before allows for a significant increase in the scope of accident risk detection. For example, the Pre-Collision System (PCS) can now recognise a potential head-on impact and a wider range of objects and vehicles – pedestrians, cyclists and now motorcyclists – in the car’s path. The Intersection Collision Avoidance Support – a safety feature which debuted for Toyota on the current generation Yaris – similarly has a wider operating scope, identifying approaching traffic across two lanes, crossing cyclists and vehicles cutting in from the side at a junction.

Acceleration Suppression is a new addition to the Toyota Safety Sense portfolio. This intervenes to slow any sudden acceleration when it recognises the risk of a collision with a vehicle ahead.

Proactive Driving Assist (PDA) is another new feature, designed to help avoid familiar accident hazards when driving at low speed. Deceleration Assist provides smooth deceleration when the driver comes off the accelerator to slow down when approaching a slower vehicle ahead, or entering a bend. The second element is Steering Assist, which recognises a bend in the road ahead and adjusts steering force to help the driver make a smooth and stable turn.

The new Emergency Driving Stop System (EDSS, functioning when Lane Trace Assist is activated) is able to support the driver, should they be taken ill or incapacitated. If the system detects the driver has made no inputs – steering, braking, accelerating – for a certain amount of time, it will sound a warning. If there is no reaction from the driver, it will bring the car to a gentle stop, activate the hazard lights and unlock the doors.

Protection is also provided when the car is stationary, With the Safe Exit Assist (SEA)*, a visual and audio warning system which will prevent a door being inadvertently opened into the path of vehicles and cyclists approaching from the rear. And the Rear Seat Reminder System (RSRS) will alert the driver via visual and acoustic notifications if they have left a child or pet on the back seat, helping avoid the risk of “hot car” incidents.

As well as these extra functions, new Yaris also benefits from upgrades to its established Toyota Safety Sense features. The Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) has been revised to respond more quickly and operate with a more natural feel. For example, when another vehicle moves into the Yaris’s lane, deceleration is more gradual. The driver can also select a longer vehicle-to-vehicle distance setting for a more comfortable gap and the system’s curve speed reduction is activated earlier, giving smoother speed control.

New systems have been added to the Adaptive Cruise Control for safer overtaking: Overtake Prevention Support prevents unintentional overtaking on the wrong side of a vehicle (“undertaking”); and Preliminary Deceleration/Turn Signal Linked Control helps the driver safely re-join the traffic lane at an appropriate speed and distance from other vehicles.

The Lane Departure Alert (LDA) now recognises when the driver has moved out of lane while trying to avoid an obstacle (pedestrian or other road users) and temporarily cancels the Lane Departure Warning. The lane-centring function of the Lane Trace Assist (LTA) has also been changed so that the car will deliver a more natural-feeling. The Road Sign Assist has been enhanced so just a one-touch adjustment of the speed limiter is required to match traffic sign information.

Refreshed styling and Yaris Premiere Edition

At launch, the new Yaris range will include a special Premiere Edition version, a halo model that showcases the model’s full range of new features. This will be offered with the new Hybrid 130 powertrain (details below), a new dedicated Neptune Blue bi-tone paintwork with a contrast black roof and pillars, and new-design 17-inch black machined alloy wheels. The blue theme is repeated in the seat upholstery stitching and deco lines on the instrument and door panels. The Premiere Edition will also be available in bi-tone Platinum Pearl White or Silver Metallic paintwork.

Elsewhere, new five-spoke alloy wheel designs will be introduced, in silver or machined finishes respectively. Interior seat upholstery has also been refreshed with a new pattern. A new Juniper Blue paint option will be available across the Yaris range.

In other respects, new Yaris retains the muscular, “condensed agile” lines that distinguish it from other B-segment models and give it the sense of being full of energy and always ready-to-go. Its sporty profile is made possible thanks to its GA-B platform: overall height and length are compact, but the wheelbase and front and rear tracks are generous, giving a planted look and helping secure good cabin space. The short overhangs add to Yaris’s nimble character in urban driving, giving the car a suitably tight 5.2m turning radius (with 16-inch wheels) – ideal for city streets and tight parking spaces.

The interior follows a “less is more” concept. It’s a sharply designed space that has the high sensory quality and spacious feel of a car from a class above. Details include soft-touch padding across the dashboard; soft felt inserts in the door panels; a wide front console; a low-set hood for the driver’s instrument binnacle; and a small-diameter, sporty steering wheel.

More power and a more rewarding drive

The updates to Yaris’s full hybrid electric powertrain are central to the model’s enhanced appeal, delivering both higher performance and a more engaging driving experience. These qualities are increasingly important to prospective B-segment customers, especially those seeking to downsize their choice of car. With the new Yaris, customers can now choose from two hybrid powertrains to suit their needs while still benefiting from class-leading environmental performance.

On its debut the 1.5-litre system was praised by media and motorists alike for its exceptional fuel and emissions efficiency and how it enabled the car to be driven for longer and further in all-electric EV mode. By deploying the transaxle from the latest, fifth generation of Toyota’s market-leading hybrid electric technology, it now offers more power, more torque and more rewarding driveability.

A new transaxle with a larger and more powerful electric motor-generator and revisions to the power control unit’s (PCU) software and hardware have raised total system output by 12 per cent, from 114bhp/85kW to 129bhp/96kW. There’s a significant hike in torque, too, with the maximum from the MG2 electric motor increased by 30 per cent across the total rev band, from 141Nm to 185Nm.

This translates into a noticeably faster acceleration, not just for the 0-62mph benchmark, but more importantly for nimbler progress at overtaking speeds. Half a second has been taken off the 0-62mph time (9.2 seconds), and there’s also a reduction in the 50 to 75mph time to 7.5 seconds. These gains have been secured with only a modest upshift in CO2 emissions; the Yaris retains its best-in-class status in this regard, with 96-116g/km. All performance data remain provisional prior to official homologation.

Of course, adding power is just part of the story. It’s how the driver experiences the car’s performance that makes the real difference. With the increase in torque delivered at all engine speeds, the result is a stronger, more responsive and more dynamic feel.

The hybrid electric powertrain is the number one deciding factor for people choosing to buy Yaris. By adding increased performance to the mix, its appeal will be even greater – smooth and nimble around town and poised and confident on the open road.

With the new “dual hybrid” offering in the new Yaris line-up, customers can choose between the well-established Yaris hybrid powertrain with best-in-class environmental performance, now named Hybrid 115, or the new system, Hybrid 130, which delivers higher performance while maintaining class-leading environmental qualities.

The new Yaris Premiere Edition and GR Sport models will be equipped with the Hybrid 130 as standard*.

Yaris: a history of high achievement

Yaris is one of the most successful models in Toyota’s history, its worldwide sales having passed through the 10 million mark in 2023. That achievement shows how this small car has delivered on its original promise of bringing “big-small” thinking to the market for B-segment models for a compact and purposeful looking car but spacious on the inside.

With the first generation hatchback having scooped both Car of the Year titles at the turn of the millennium in Europe and Japan, Yaris has consistently set benchmarks for performance and technology, not least in becoming the first car in its class to be offered with hybrid electric power in the third generation. Constant improvement and a deep understanding of the changing customer preferences and priorities has seen the Yaris remain at the top of its game. Its consistently strong appeal and class-leading qualities saw the current, fourth generation model honoured with another European Car of the Year award in 2021.

Yaris’s evolution has seen the range grow from its core hatchback to include today’s Yaris Cross compact SUV and the high-performance GR Yaris, a car developed directly with the skills and experience gained from Toyota Gazoo Racing’s multiple title-winning success in the World Rally Championship.

UK sales and specifications

New Yaris order books for UK customers will open during the third quarter of 2023 ahead of deliveries to customers from early 2024. Details of the UK model range, technical and equipment specifications and prices will be announced later in 2023.

* UK specifications to be confirmed at a later date.

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Found this also 

 

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That phone remote usage is interesting, wish we had that in Yaris Cross with Smart Connect, maybe through an update?

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Mmmhhh for a few moment I was thinking should I cancel my design order and wait for this one. Though I think the digital screens and larger infotainment will be offer in future for the cross, which is what I will most likely to get in maybe 2-3 years. The higher power 130 will be better for the cross. 

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5 minutes ago, Mojo1010 said:

Mmmhhh for a few moment I was thinking should I cancel my design order and wait for this one. Though I think the digital screens and larger infotainment will be offer in future for the cross, which is what I will most likely to get in maybe 2-3 years. The higher power 130 will be better for the cross. 

Bigger screen means less storage space as they’ve sacrificed the under screen shelf. Also looks like there’s no physical buttons down the side anymore. 

 

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Aye it does but the vents are in a more sensible position.   

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Very good, really nice upgrades similar to Corolla. Gen 5 hybrid system, latest safety tech and the better instruments plus screen, honestly if me putting an order now or soon, I will definitely wait and order this over existing model., it’s well worth it. Anyone else who already own mk4 and x no point upgrading as this is basically same car with few little touches. 👍

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Well! This could be fortuitous information on our part since we have only 11 payments left on our PCP and I was starting to consider our options...

I know that others will find this strange but a deal breaker for me would be the lack of a HUD in any future purchase as I have got so used to it now in our Launch Edition, that I find I use it more than the main screen whilst driving.

I have even gone to the point of going to our local Mazda dealer and having a test drive in a Mazda 2 Hybrid Select grade which comes with the HUD as standard and a few more things over our Mk4 Launch Edition like parking sensors front and rear and the extra warning systems also (that you get on the Excel version of the Mk4).

Since it drives and feels identical to our Launch Edition and is also available in our prefered colour of black w/black upholstery for that grade, we are still seriously considering "jumping ship" so to speak... (just to ensure that HUD is installed)

It'll be interesting to see what happens in September when the official announcement comes out from Toyota.

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I notice Drive the Deal are not brokering Toyota at this moment. Hopefully negotiating for September 😁

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54 minutes ago, CPN said:

Well! This could be fortuitous information on our part since we have only 11 payments left on our PCP and I was starting to consider our options...

I know that others will find this strange but a deal breaker for me would be the lack of a HUD in any future purchase as I have got so used to it now in our Launch Edition, that I find I use it more than the main screen whilst driving.

I have even gone to the point of going to our local Mazda dealer and having a test drive in a Mazda 2 Hybrid Select grade which comes with the HUD as standard and a few more things over our Mk4 Launch Edition like parking sensors front and rear and the extra warning systems also (that you get on the Excel version of the Mk4).

Since it drives and feels identical to our Launch Edition and is also available in our prefered colour of black w/black upholstery for that grade, we are still seriously considering "jumping ship" so to speak... (just to ensure that HUD is installed)

It'll be interesting to see what happens in September when the official announcement comes out from Toyota.

Valid point. 

Wanted the HUD and JBL, since cannot get it, don't mind just the 4th gen MK4 for a few years until these come back for all the cars. Then move onto the cross with these new features +hud, JBL, pan roof and 130. 

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Does the new one get the HUD back then? I can see the hole for it in the dash, but that doesn't mean anything...

I'm in two minds about the dash - At first glance they've done the exact thing I hate, which is take a fully digital display and make it emulate analogue dials; Why even bother? :wallbash:

However, they do say it's customizable, and if that means there is a digital mode, and/or you can pick what stuff gets displayed so I can select the gauges I want to see, and not just what Toyota deem I should see, then that would be a big plus.

I'm surprised they only gave a 15HP boost - Hardly seems worth it, esp. if there's a significant drop in mpg. I think they should have  just nicked the MG2 from the 2.0 Corolla :naughty: 

Do you think this one has the mandatory speed limiter, or does it still count as an old model so they don't have to enable it...?

 

7 hours ago, anchorman said:

Aye it does but the vents are in a more sensible position.   

Yeah that is a big improvement for the HVAC - The current one only really can be aimed straight, as if you aim it up or down it just melts/freezes the bottom of the infotainment display and/or anything in the tray :laugh: 

I do wish they'd added some more storage to compensate tho', as it was a handy space to quickly put parking tokens and stuff.

 

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I am glad we spent the extra money for the Tech pack. The HUD is amazing and the JBL was well worth the extra money.

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I'm really missing the HUD from mine while I've got this courtesy car! :crybaby: 

 

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8 minutes ago, Big_D said:

I am glad we spent the extra money for the Tech pack. The HUD is amazing and the JBL was well worth the extra money.

Totally agree on both counts.

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26 minutes ago, Cyker said:

Does the new one get the HUD back then? I can see the hole for it in the dash, but that doesn't mean anything...

I think you're wrong there... If the hole is there properly trimmed, what would be the point if there was no HUD? Conversely, all none HUD equipped cars have no sign of the hole at all, not even a shape or indent where it might be added...

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33 minutes ago, Cyker said:

Does the new one get the HUD back then? I can see the hole for it in the dash, but that doesn't mean anything...

I'm in two minds about the dash - At first glance they've done the exact thing I hate, which is take a fully digital display and make it emulate analogue dials; Why even bother? :wallbash:

However, they do say it's customizable, and if that means there is a digital mode, and/or you can pick what stuff gets displayed so I can select the gauges I want to see, and not just what Toyota deem I should see, then that would be a big plus.

I'm surprised they only gave a 15HP boost - Hardly seems worth it, esp. if there's a significant drop in mpg. I think they should have  just nicked the MG2 from the 2.0 Corolla :naughty: 

Do you think this one has the mandatory speed limiter, or does it still count as an old model so they don't have to enable it...?

 

Yeah that is a big improvement for the HVAC - The current one only really can be aimed straight, as if you aim it up or down it just melts/freezes the bottom of the infotainment display and/or anything in the tray :laugh: 

I do wish they'd added some more storage to compensate tho', as it was a handy space to quickly put parking tokens and stuff.

 

Thought the same with the digital/analogue Speedo, it's customisable so perhaps we can set what we want to see. From what you guys are saying regarding the mk4's power, it's already adequate, think it will be more of a use for the cross with 130. 

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19 minutes ago, CPN said:

I think you're wrong there... If the hole is there properly trimmed, what would be the point if there was no HUD? Conversely, all none HUD equipped cars have no sign of the hole at all, not even a shape or indent where it might be added...

That just shows it could have the HUD as an option from the factory, but that doesn't mean Toyota UK will spec it, esp. given they pulled it from the current ones!

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Well, the HUD is a factory option and requires a completely different dashboard to accommodate it. I have never seen a Mk4 Yaris with the "hole" that isn't also fitted with the HUD itself. After all, it's not available as an after-market option is it? (has to be specified at the time of factory order)

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4 hours ago, CPN said:

Well! This could be fortuitous information on our part since we have only 11 payments left on our PCP and I was starting to consider our options...

I know that others will find this strange but a deal breaker for me would be the lack of a HUD in any future purchase as I have got so used to it now in our Launch Edition, that I find I use it more than the main screen whilst driving.

I have even gone to the point of going to our local Mazda dealer and having a test drive in a Mazda 2 Hybrid Select grade which comes with the HUD as standard and a few more things over our Mk4 Launch Edition like parking sensors front and rear and the extra warning systems also (that you get on the Excel version of the Mk4).

Since it drives and feels identical to our Launch Edition and is also available in our prefered colour of black w/black upholstery for that grade, we are still seriously considering "jumping ship" so to speak... (just to ensure that HUD is installed)

It'll be interesting to see what happens in September when the official announcement comes out from Toyota.

Fingers crossed Colin but they cite a Premier Edition which is usually an introductory fully loaded model 👍😉

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2 hours ago, Cyker said:

Does the new one get the HUD back then? I can see the hole for it in the dash, but that doesn't mean anything...

I'm in two minds about the dash - At first glance they've done the exact thing I hate, which is take a fully digital display and make it emulate analogue dials; Why even bother? :wallbash:

However, they do say it's customizable, and if that means there is a digital mode, and/or you can pick what stuff gets displayed so I can select the gauges I want to see, and not just what Toyota deem I should see, then that would be a big plus.

I'm surprised they only gave a 15HP boost - Hardly seems worth it, esp. if there's a significant drop in mpg. I think they should have  just nicked the MG2 from the 2.0 Corolla :naughty: 

Do you think this one has the mandatory speed limiter, or does it still count as an old model so they don't have to enable it...?

 

Yeah that is a big improvement for the HVAC - The current one only really can be aimed straight, as if you aim it up or down it just melts/freezes the bottom of the infotainment display and/or anything in the tray :laugh: 

I do wish they'd added some more storage to compensate tho', as it was a handy space to quickly put parking tokens and stuff.

 

There are 4 dash configs - all digital analogue but quite nice.  You can view them here.......

 

https://media.toyota.co.uk/new-toyota-yaris-gains-enhanced-digital-user-experience-and-safety-systems-and-expanded-hybrid-line-up/

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Thanks, ugh, I had a horrible feeling that's what they meant by 'customizable'. I was hoping that you could actually pick what's displayed and how, e.g. power meter, revs, temps etc. on the middle and sides, and how they're displayed, e.g. digital vs analogue, but no, just 4 pointless 'skins' for space-wasting pseudo analogue dials. 

I don't get why car companies do this, total waste of a no doubt expensive digital screen... They have so much more potential!!

I must admit I much prefer the big clear digital dash on my Mk4...

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6 minutes ago, Cyker said:

Thanks, ugh, I had a horrible feeling that's what they meant by 'customizable'. I was hoping that you could actually pick what's displayed and how, e.g. power meter, revs, temps etc. on the middle and sides, and how they're displayed, e.g. digital vs analogue, but no, just 4 pointless 'skins' for space-wasting pseudo analogue dials. 

I don't get why car companies do this, total waste of a no doubt expensive digital screen... They have so much more potential!!

I must admit I much prefer the big clear digital dash on my Mk4...

You’re getting as grumpy as me 😉

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Agreed it's pointless skins, the digital number in the middle is enough, basically it's preset, basic digital. Some manufacturer's displays are much more customisable.

Want to be able to put things where I wanted, left right middle or in the corner - use the infotainment screen to move things into position etc. Would this makes me also grumpy?? Surely we can't be more grumpy than a certain bob on this forum 🙂 

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It's cathartic to be grumpy sometimes, esp. around like-minded folk :laugh: 

But I'd still like some more scope for customization if they're going to go to all the trouble of fitting a full digital dash!

That said, if it does come with a HUD I probably wouldn't care since I'd never look at it :laugh: 

Reading more, the 15HP boost is a bit deceptive - It seems it's from a boost in torque from MG2 which should make the car feel even more peppy; The Mk4 isn't actually very fast, but it feels quick because it accelerates very quickly (As in you press the pedal more and it accelerates more instantly; On normal cars you have to wait for the engine torque to build), and the torque boost for MG2 will enhance that feel, esp. at higher speeds where MG2 starts to max out.

I think you're right it'll be best with the Cross, to offset the extra mass. Hopefully won't affect the mpg too much either, since it seems mostly changes to the electric side and not the ICE side.

Hmm, I wonder if the boosted MG2 is something one could retrofit later... :whistling1: :naughty: 

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I'm a grumpy old Bob. Maybe not the certain Bob to whom you refer, but I think that after putting up with a load of carp over the years I should be allowed to have my grumpy moments 😁 .  

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