Chris Harris drives one of the most special hot hatches of modern times. This is not your Nan’s Yaris. Unless your Nan’s Yaris has a carbon roof, 257bhp, 4WD and can decouple the rear drive shafts to do better skids. Yes, it’s time for Chris to take on, and get sideways in, the rally homologation special Toyota GR Yaris.Catch the full review this Sunday, 8pm on BBC One. Series 30: Geneva Online Motor Show: First Look: Want to watch a bit of on the internet? Welcome to the most comprehensive collection of official clips you’ll find on YouTube. Whether you’re searching for a caravan challenge, Ken Block in the Hoonicorn, cars versus fighter jets, Stig power laps or the latest Chris Harris Drives, you can find all the iconic films here.Want to share your views with the team?
the gr yaris is no hot hatch this is a genuine rally car for the road the engine is only a three-cylinder turbo petrol but it’s the most powerful one in the world right now and it’s crammed full of motorsport technology but it’s strong and then there’s the brakes the brake pedal has immense feel it’s so good and they are powerful but what really sets this rally yaris apart is its four-wheel drive system and the way it works with the rest of the chassis to pin the car to the road that short wheelbase those wide tracks those sticky michelin tires i reckon he could drive around the outside of a bmw m3 on any roundabout it’s that grippy unless of course you put it in sport mode which tells it not to be accelerate and even better when you yank the handbrake it disconnects the rear axle so you can do proper rally style handbrakes you know what this brings out my inner colin mcrae flick it around [Laughter] that is ridiculous