The new Toyota Auris will make its first Mobility Roadshow appearance at the 2007 event, heading a comprehensive line-up of Toyota models on display and in action on the track. Taking place from 19 to 21 July at Kemble airfield in Gloucestershire, it is the world’s largest annual national motor show event for disabled people.
Toyota has a strong commitment to helping disabled motorists and has supported the roadshow for the past seven years. It is unique among car manufacturers in offering original equipment mobility products in a range that is set to grow with the introduction of a passenger swivel seat for the five-door Auris and a passenger lift-up seat for the RAV4. Both these products will be on show and available to try at this year’s roadshow.
There will be the opportunity to take an accompanied test drive in an adapted Auris around the track, as well as driving opportunities in Aygo, Yaris, Verso, RAV4 and Prius models. Toyota will also be hosting an extensive static display where visitors can take a closer look at the vehicles and obtain more information from our show team.
Track cars will be equipped with the latest driver assist items prepared by Toyota’s established mobility programme partner, Autoadapt, with display models fitted with a range of wheelchair storage and other mobility products. Our continuing cooperation with Autoadapt enables us to offer motorists access to a wide range of products through their local Toyota Centre.
Further information on the Toyota range can be obtained by telephoning 0845 275 5555 or by visiting www.toyota.co.uk . For details of the Mobility Roadshow please visit www.mobilityroadshow.co.uk or Mobility Choice on 0845 241 0390.
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