Toyota shows the new Avensis at the Geneva Salon (March 5 to 15). Noble daughter Lexus celebrates the world premiere of a concept vehicle with the LF-SA and also presents the GS F for the first time on European soil.
Toyota sends the Avensis to Geneva with a new look, new engines and more comfort and safety features. The Japanese middle class has been extensively revised. The modified front section is clearly recognizable, which is now reminiscent of models such as the Auris.
The sedan and its station wagon were created at the brand's research and development center in Belgium and brought into shape at the Toyota Design Studio in France. Production takes place at the Burnaston plant in the UK.
Toyota's noble daughter Lexus shows with the GS F for the first time the sports version of its upscale mid-size sedan in Europe. The four-door with rear-wheel drive relies on a classic naturally aspirated engine with a displacement of five liters and 348 kW / 473 hp.
Lexus also presents the concept vehicle LF-SA. The only picture shows an aggressive front with a large grille, narrow headlights and daytime running lights in the form of a boomerang.
Author: Adele Moser / SP-X