Kindly Geek gives ethical vegans like you the insight you need to make informed choices.
We provide details of vegan interior options and trims for the
. You'll also find information on price, specifications, features, and useful resources for the vehicle, together with
's approach to corporate social responsibility and the environment.
We emailed the car manufacturer to ask them about vegan options for this car, here's their response.
We searched the vehicle brochures for vegan information, and we're pleased to say that
vegan trim option(s) for the
This means that certain
interiors don't contain any leather, suede, or other animal products. You can find details of the specific interior(s) below, together with plenty of other important information about the
The following trim and interior level(s) are vegan on the
Here's some important information for the vegan option(s) we show above:
Unfortunately, the following interior and trim options are not vegan:
If you want more vegan trim options, please get in contact with
We think the following approach would work well:
Here's the main reference information you need for the
. The information shown below is for the basic model and may change depending on the options you choose.
Manufacturer's price from:
3 yr./ 36000 mi.
Driver-side crash safety:
CSR score (out of 100):
Fuel tank capacity (gallons):
City range (miles):
Highway range (miles):
front wheel drive
6-speed shiftable automatic
Whoever said there’s no such thing as the total package obviously hasn’t met the 2018 Yaris iA. Built for those always on the move, this compact sedan brings dynamic handling, cutting-edge tech and a whole lot of style to every drive.
We know that many vegans care deeply about how a car manufacturer approaches sustainability and environmentalism. It's also vital these manufacturers treat their employees and community well, and manage their business in a responsible and ethical way.
Here's what they say.
We know Toyota provides important benefits to the local communities where we live, work and play. We also know that each location has a unique and important natural balance of plants, animals and ecosystems. That’s why Challenge 6 supports our efforts to minimize the disruption of natural habitats as we plan, construct and manage our facilities across North America.
Toyota is proceeding in cooperation with global society to carry out initiatives that contribute to sustainable development of society and the earth through all its business activities.Regarding the environment, Toyota has been taking various initiatives under the banner of the Toyota Environmental Challenge 2050, with the goal of helping solve global environmental issues, such as climate change, water shortage, resource depletion, and dwindling biodiversity, which are commanding high levels of interest globally.
Contributing to the environment is one of the most important management issues for Toyota. As part of these initiatives, Toyota is aiming to not only contribute to realization of the goal of keeping a global temperature rise this century well below 2˚C, which was agreed in the Paris Agreement, but also taking steps that will have positive impact on the environment.Also regarding the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), which went into effect in January 2016, Toyota plans to capitalize on its strength to help solve global social issues, for example, by taking actions to address climate change (goal 13), working to reduce traffic casualties (goal 3), and also building sustainable cities and communities and improving mobility.
achieved a corporate social responsibility score of
out of 100 fromCSR hub.
Let’s face it: there’s only one planet Earth. That’s why we focus on environmentally sustainable solutions in everything we do and every vehicle we make. From our 14 North American manufacturing plants to the more than 1 million Toyota and Lexus vehicles assembled in the U.S., we are advancing toward a brighter tomorrow.
How do you balance a passion for performance with a love for the planet? It’s a question our engineers answer every day. We’re creating vehicles that are safe, practical and fun to drive – while at the same time working to ensure our cars and trucks are at the forefront of environmental engineering. Today, with more than 2 million Toyota hybrid vehicles on U.S. roads – more than any other manufacturer – and new breakthroughs in plug-in, electric, and hydrogen fuel cell technologies, we’re building better cars for the road and for the Earth.