The fourth generation of the popular Toyota Yaris supermini will cost from £19,910.
The order books have opened, and the first deliveries will begin in September for what Toyota promises to be the world's safest compact car.
The 2020 spec is the first Yaris on a new platform which is effectively the same chassis that is downsized from the excellent new Toyota Corolla.
The model heading to the UK will be hybrid only with the car having a three-cylinder 1.5-litre petrol engine. A lithium-ion battery powers an 85 kWh motor to give the Yaris a top speed of 109mph.
The new Toyota Yaris has a 0 to 62mph sprint time of 9.7 seconds and the fuel economy figures will be up to 69mpg. Emissions are between 92g/km and 98g/km.
There will be four trims for the Yaris with the entry level model, the Icon, having a 7-inch infotainment system with smartphone connectivity, 16-inch alloy wheels, a reversing camera and air-conditioning.
Toyota is also adding automatic headlights and wipers and electrically adjustable mirrors.
The next model is the Design which has a different version of alloy wheels, LED headlights and an 8-inch infotainment display. There are also electric rear windows and the option of a panoramic sunroof.
The Toyota Yaris Dynamic adds larger alloy wheels and dual-zone air conditioning. There's also keyless entry and push-button start and a JBL sound system.
This model also features part-synthetic leather upholstery and front sport seats with the option of a City Pack that will add rear and front parking sensors with auto braking, blind spot monitoring and automatic folding mirrors.
The Yaris range-topper is the Excel which includes the City Pack features and has the option of a Tech Pack to add an improved sound system, an auto-dimming rear view mirror and a 10-inch colour head-up display.
The Toyota Yaris for 2020 will also feature the firm's warranty of five years or 100,000 miles which makes it a sound choice for buyers and those who would prefer to lease the Yaris.
The Yaris is the firm's best-selling model in Europe and the new supermini features big advances in engineering and design over the model it replaces.
Green Cars’ is the term used for zero, low and ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs) - with pressure being applied to lower global emission levels, the need for “eco-friendly” vehicles is on the rise. Many countries now have plans in place to abolish the use of combustion engines before the turn of the century and so more and more vehicles we see on the roads will be Electric, hybrid or very low emission petrol and diesels.
Although beneficial to the environment, ‘Green Cars’ are also beneficial from a taxation view. The lower a vehicle’s emissions banding, the lower the taxation placed against it. Many manufacturers have tapped in to this ever-growing market with their own offerings, however, Volvo were the first manufacturer to state that every one of their models will be either electric or hybrid options from 2019.