Toyota has released the impressive fuel economy figures for its incoming Yaris, with the all-new city car to drink a claimed 3.3 litres per hundred kilometres on the combined cycle.
And that's impressive. Enough to beat even the Hyundai Ioniq hybrid, which drinks a claimed 3.4L/100km. In fact, our numbers have the Yaris as Australia's most fuel-efficient car without a plug, so ruling out plug-in hybrid vehicles.
That number refers specifically to the hybrid powertrain; a 1.5-litre petrol engine combined with a battery and electric motor to drive down fuel use.
Power numbers are yet to be officially confirmed, but we're expecting that engine/battery combination to deliver some 74kW and 169Nm (the same outputs as the now-discontinued Prius C).
"The all-new Toyota Yaris is a marked step up from the current car in every respect and will deliver the outstanding fuel efficiency and advanced safety technology that our customers demand," says Toyota Australia vice-president sales and marketing, Sean Hanley.