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Toyota TRD Aurion Spy Shots

These pictures were taken today (by Mr Paul Maric) of what we believe is the Toyota Racing & Development (TRD) Aurion. Looking Good Toyota! The TRD Aurion is set to come with a supercharged V6. Given that the current Aurion puts out 200kW of power, the TRD version should be one hell of a car!

Toyota Aurion Gets 18s and a Spoiler!

Its a great day when even Toyota is offering its family cars with 18-inch alloy wheels! It is the first time Toyota has offered 18s as an option on any of its cars in Australia...

Toyota Aurion crowned best large car in Australia

Whilst the 2006 best car of the year awards held by drive and carsguide gave their top award to the Audi TT and the Holden VE Calais respectively (albeit drive gave the best large car award to Aurion as well), perhaps a more impartial award from Australia's influential auto clubs have crowned Toyota's new Aurion V6 the best large car in Australia...

Toyota Aurion Sports Concept

Toyota is really keen on letting everyone know that the upcoming "Commodore Killer" - the Toyota Aurion, isn't just another fridge on wheels. Its hard to get the Toyota Avalon out of my head, and with that mind, I can't think that highly of the Aurion, just yet. Nevertheless, Toyota Australia has unveiled a dramatic red and black sports concept sedan based on its new Aurion large car...

Toyota Aurion V6 Overview

The Release of the Aurion is ever so close, so lets have a look at see what the fuss is all about? Toyota Australia's new flagship sedan - the Aurion V6 has the most advanced and powerful engine ever offered in a Toyota vehicle in Australia - a new 3.5-litre Quad Cam V6. The engine develops 200kW of power at 6200rpm and 336Nm of torque at 4700rpm on regular unleaded petrol...

Toyota Aurion vs Holden VE Commodore Fuel Consumption

In this day and age, its still okay for car companies to be releasing V6s with a fuel economy of around 12/100km. Why is it okay? Mainly because consumers are still game to pay good money for big V6/V8s. Nonetheless, the V6 market is set for a change with Toyota releasingthe all new Toyota Aurion this November...

Toyota Aurion V6 Economy

Toyota Australia today confirmed its new Aurion V6 will have the most power and best fuel economy of the Aussie 'big six' family cars. Toyota has advised the Department of Transport and Regional Services that the Aurion 3.5-litre V6 will deliver 200kW of power on regular unleaded petrol (ULP) and 204kW on premium unleaded petrol (PULP)...