Toyota races to the finish line in a hybrid sports car!


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Toyota of Orlando has the latest scoop on TRD's latest hybrid sports car! It's set to race in April and we are cheering TRD on from Central Florida! If you want your own personal sports car, we have a few ideas. Check out which models we think will work best!

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Toyota races to the finish line in a hybrid sports car!

  1. 1. Toyota races to the finish line in a hybrid sports car!Toyota always offers customers innovation. Last year, Toyota Racing Development debuteda hybrid sports car called the 2012 Toyota TS030. Unfortunately, racing didn’t go asplanned and the Toyota TS030 Hybrid wound up in a crash. Some changes and tweaks tothe 2012 model were made and yesterday the 2013 Toyota TS030 Hybrid was shown off onthe track. Toyota of Orlando has the scoop!It was revealed in France and the first race is set for April 14. This new model has anupdated electric motor that produces 300 horsepower on its own, along with the gasolineengine that is a V8 and pushing 530 horsepower. This is a combination that provides a lot ofpower – the driver will have to be very skilled to control this sports car!The 2013 Scion FR- S is an affordable way to drive!We don’t predict a hybridsports car coming to Toyota ofOrlando any time soon, but wedo have a few models that maysatisfy your need for speed –one of them is even a hybrid!The 2013 Scion FR-S is theclosest thing you’ll find to asports car. It’s brought to us bySubaru and Scion – a sweetcollaboration of finemotorsport. Let’s take a look atthe features that will put you inthe driver’s seat:  The Orlando Scion FR-S has a front-mounted flat boxer engine that revs up to 200- horsepower. Considering it’s only a 2.0-liter 4-cylinder engine, this is more than enough to get you from zero to 60 in just 6.6 seconds!  The rear-wheel drive is what sets this new Scion apart from competitors. When the engine sends the power to the rear wheels, you’ll be burning rubber. This is also what makes it fun to drive – the bouncy feel of a sports car is hard to find these days.  The 2013 Scion FR-S won’t break the bank! Get into this new Scion at a starting MSRP of just $25,255!
  2. 2. Feel the power of going green in the Toyota Avalon Hybrid in Orlando! If you want hybrid power and a sports car feel, the 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid is a great option! When you think about the Toyota Avalon, chancesare you think of an older generation. In 2013, the Toyota Avalon stands for sport, powerand sophistication – it’s a completely different car!  Even though this new Toyota is a hybrid, the engine combination still achieves 200- horsepower.  It’s not as light as the Scion FR-S, but it moves very quickly for a sedan. In fact, you can go from zero to 60 in 7.7 seconds!  The best part about the 2013 Toyota Avalon Hybrid in Orlando has to be the features. You don’t sacrifice on space or technology. Heated leather seating, Entune with Navigation and a backup camera are just a few of the features available!We bet you never thought it was possible to find a sports-driven hybrid or an affordablesports car. With Toyota and Scion, anything’s possible! We will keep you posted on how wellthe 2013 Toyota TS030 Hybrid does come April.In the meantime, if you’re looking to check out the 2013 Scion FR-S or the Toyota AvalonHybrid, pay us a visit! We are located just off of I-4, across from the Mall at Millenia – getready to be in the driver’s seat!