You’ll find advanced driver assistance systems including intelligent adaptive cruise control and lane trace assist, which helps keep you in the centre of your lane. The intelligent safety system also uses a camera and radar to detect vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians. It can even spot a pedestrian at night and automatically adjust vehicle speed.
In addition, the All New Yaris has been developed to give you better occupant protection, in line with the stricter testing standards that will be applied in 2020. For example, to provide you with protection in the event of a side impact, the Yaris will be the first car in its class to be fitted with a centre airbag.
Along with the advanced safety features the All New Yaris is packed with tech including; electric heated mirrors, reversing camera, and Apple Carplay and Android Auto integration - all as standard. The All New Yaris aims to give a premium experience in a compact car.
The interior design of the All New Yaris follows the less-is-more principle, which creates an open and spacious area for both you and your front passenger. High-quality materials include felt trim finish for the door panels and, for the first time in a Yaris, a soft-touch instrument panel to give you a more luxurious ambience.
Throughout the interior you’ll find quality emanating from all the controls, colours, illuminations, shapes, patterns and graphics. The cockpit has been designed around the concept of ‘hands on the wheel, eyes on the road' with information presented to you clearly and directly from three interlinked sources: the central touchscreen, a multi-information display in the instrument panel, and a ten-inch colour display projected directly onto the windscreen within your field of vision. It contains key data and warnings, such as navigation prompts and speed limits, to help you focus on the business of driving with as few distractions as possible.
Thoughtful ergonomic design makes the controls intuitive for you to locate and use, while the dashboard itself has been made slimmer and is set lower, with a wider and higher centre console. The instrument panel has twin digital meters flanking the multi-information display and is presented under a shallow hood. Lastly, the steering wheel has been made smaller for better visibility.
Published: 5th December 2019
Information correct at time of publication