At the Paris Motor Show in 2012 the world premiere of a Auris hatchback second generation, and with it, the audience was presented a pre-production version of the versatile Toyota Auris Touring Sports, and modification of the body in this model appeared at the first time. Ready for production version of the Toyota Auris Hatchback declassified in mid-February 2013 – a few weeks before the debut at the motor show in Geneva. With a total value of both cars wheelbase of 2 600 mm, Toyota Auris Touring Sports was at 285 mm longer than the Hatch (4560 mm), the entire gain came in the rear overhang. The width (1760 mm) and height (1460) both modifications point. Trunk volume Toyota Auris Hatchback is 530 liters, but folded back rest luggage at the sofa increases to 1658 liters. This backrest can be folded in just one touch, but at the expense of another bumper height loading height at the car fell by 10 cm. Engines for Toyota Auris Touring Sports borrowed from the Auris hatchback, and also have a hybrid propulsion system. The automaker said that the new product is the first in a class of hybrid wagon. The unit consists of a 1.8-liter gasoline engine and an electric motor of 136 total return of forces to ensure station wagon accelerate from zero to a hundred in 10.9 seconds and a top speed of 180 km/h. The base engine for the Auris 2013 wagon gasoline is 1.33-liter engine with 99 hp, and the alternative to it is 132-hp 1.6-liter engine and two diesel engines in working volume 1,4 and 2,0 liters.