The TRD items, including everything from interior and exterior parts, to mechanical upgrades, will be offered separately, rather than put together in pricey packages. Show goers will also get to experience the GT86 virtually with a GT86 racing simulator.
Several European market hybrids will also debut, including the Auris hatchback and Auris Tourer (wagon). Sharing a platform with the Corolla they will be a look ahead to the 2014 Corolla which will arrive here in the near future, though it’s not clear if Toyota plans to offer a Corolla hybrid on our shores… yet.
In addition to these is an all new Verso compact MPV (similar in size to our Mazda5), while Toyota is sure to draw onlookers with the Toyota Racing TS030 Hybrid WEC race car, which after an embarrassing debut at the 24 Hours of Le Mans, finished in second place at its most recent race.
GALLERY: Toyota Paris Motor Show Debuts
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