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The future is electric


There’s no getting around it. Hybrid vehicles are slowly but steadily becoming a necessity for every car manufacturer that wants to be taken seriously.


The UK Government has


committed to banning the sale of all new petrol or diesel cars and vans by 2040. Future emissions limits will no longer be able to be met by petrol or diesel engines alone, so some form of electrical assistance is needed. With an ever-growing number of hybrids on the market, they are increasingly becoming a mainstream alternative to conventional petrol and diesel models, and for many they’re a happy medium to a complete step into the unknown.


Hybrid cars are partly electrified vehicles that still rely on an internal combustion engine to either drive the wheels or charge the battery. Unlike a full electric vehicle, they have a petrol or diesel engine to fall


back on if your electricity supply is running low.


As such, hybrids are the stepping stones between the fossil-fuel age and the new era of electrification. Buy one if you want to reduce your CO2 emissions, save fuel, dodge congestion charges and potentially lower your tax bills.


Hybrids are nothing new as Toyota built its first Prius petrol/electric hybrid in 1997 and since then more than 10 million have been sold. An ever-increasing range of technology now provides buyers with more choice than ever, with full hybrid, plug-in hybrid and mild- hybrid models on offer. Mild hybrids allow the engine to be turned off whenever the car


is coasting, braking, or stopped, yet restart quickly - a system more commonly known as engine stop- start. Typically the cheapest way into hybrid ownership, mild hybrids offer a simpler powertrain with modest power and fuel efficiency gains. Plug-in hybrids allow you to burn even less gas by running exclusively as electric cars for a short distance. They have a greater electric range than conventional hybrids, meaning they can travel further on electric power before the combustion engine kicks in to help. Re-charging the batteries involves plugging the car in to a charging point. With a rapidly growing recharging network, there are now more than 13,000 publicly available


charging points in the UK, and the number is growing rapidly. By 2020, it’s forecast that charging points will outnumber petrol stations. New hybrids cost around 15 percent to 20 percent more than other vehicles, but the costs should be more than offset by much lower depreciation, slightly better fuel economy and much lower tax bills. Notably, the used car market is seeing monthly price increases of around one percent on hybrids, as growing demand outstrips supply. Market experts claim that hybrid cars will completely rule the automobile market in the future. Only time will tell, but as of now these cars and their many benefits, do seem to have a promising future.


YARIS ICON TECH 0% APR £139 Representative* per month^


Toyota Safety Sense incl Pre-collision with Lane Departure Alert Toyota Touch® 2 multimedia system with Go Navigation Reversing camera, DAB & Bluetooth connectivity


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*0% APR Representative available on Yaris 1.5 VVT-i Icon Tech 5dr between 30th April 2019 and 30th June 2019 and registered and financed through Toyota Financial Services by 30th September 2019 on a 42 month AccessToyota (PCP) plan with 0%-35% deposit. ^Payment shown is based on a 42 month AccessToyota (PCP) contract with £3,626.01 customer deposit and Guaranteed Future Value/Optional Final Payment. Toyota Financial Services is a trading name of Toyota Financial Services (UK) PLC; registered office Great Burgh, Burgh Heath, Epsom, Surrey, KT18 5UZ. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Indemnities may be required. Finance subject to status to over 18s. Other finance offers are available but cannot be used in conjunction with this offer. Offer may be varied or withdrawn at any time. 8,000 miles per annum, excess miles over contracted charged at 8p per mile. Toyota Centres are independent of Toyota Financial Services. Participating Toyota Centres. Affordable finance through AccessToyota (PCP). Terms and conditions apply.


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