Avensis' On-Board Connectivity Steps Up


The new Toyota builds on the spaciousness, practicality and fuel efficiency of the current, third generation model. It features a bolder and more refined exterior design, and interior improvements to finish quality, comfort and Noise, Vibration and Harshness (NVH). Driving dynamics have been enhanced, and a revised grade structure offers even greater value for money.

•The 2012 Toyota Avensis.

Across the board, equipment specifications have been raised for the new, British-built Toyota Avensis. Foremost among the improvements is the provision of Toyota’s innovative and affordable Touch and Go integrated multimedia and navigation system as a standard feature on all models.

Taking in-car connectivity to an even higher level, new Avensis also marks the introduction of the latest development of Touch and Go, Touch and Go Plus adds numerous new, advanced technology features to Toyota’s remarkable touch-screen multimedia system. It features advanced voice recognition for navigation address input, one-shot destination entry, music search and play, and phone contact search and call. It also incorporates email send and receive, a text-to-speech message readout facility, a calendar and, through a Gracenote database, a ‘Play More Like This’ music function.

Avensis is the first Toyota to offer Toyota Touch and Go Plus. It is designed for quick and easy use, with an advanced voice recognition system for inputting navigation addresses and “one-shot” destination entry. Designed, engineered and built in Europe, the Toyota Avensis was first launched at the end of 1997 and has since firmly established itself in the European D-segment. It sold 70,585 units throughout the region in 2010, representing a 5.8% segment share.

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