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Toyota C-HR to make fleet debut at Company Car in Action

Toyota will be presenting a selection of premieres and first drive opportunities at Company Car In Action on June 14-15.

The new C-HR crossover will take pride of place making its UK public debut before going on sale later this year. The medium-size crossover will be offered with a 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine developing 115hp, or a 122hp petrol-electric hybrid with CO2 emissions of less than 90g/km.

Visitors to Company Car In Action will also have their first UK driving opportunity of several other recent additions to the range, including the plug-in hybrid version of the latest Prius, and the new Hilux pick-up truck.

The event, at Millbrook Proving Ground, Bedfordshire, will also display the fourth-generation Prius and the latest version of the Rav4 SUV, now available as a hybrid model.

The Toyota Mirai hydrogen fuel cell production car that went on sale late in 2015, will also be available for testing.

Some Lexus models are also appearing at CCIA for the first time, including the fourth-generation RX SUV, the RC coupé and the 2016 GS saloon.

The driving routes will be on one or more of Millbrook’s four loops, which include a twisty hill course to appraise handling and engine response, a two-mile long high-speed bowl where cars can be driven at up to 100mph, a city route to test low-speed maneuverability, and an off-road course open to some 4x4s.

Fleet decision makers can register for their free place at www.companycarinaction.co.uk



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