Toyota Sandyford has announced The Happy Pear Twins as the newest ambassadors of the Toyota C-HR Hybrid Sol, writes Trish Whelan.
The eco-conscious twins, Stephen and Dave Flynn, opted for the C-HR Hybrid Sol as part of their year-long contract which will see them enjoy the eco-benefits of Toyota Hybrid technology. Capable of driving in EV mode up to 62pc of the time, Toyota Hybrids produce fewer harmful emissions than petrol and diesel vehicles.
The twins commented: “Toyota is a brand that we have always admired and respected, particularly for Steve whose first car was a Toyota Starlet, and so this is an exciting venture for both of us. Sustainability has always been at the heart of our beliefs; our motto is to drive less and move more, so we are happy to partner with a brand that is striving for more sustainable driving.”
One Toyota Hybrid can save as much as 1.7 tonnes of C02 versus a petrol car over three years which is the equivalent of planting 25 trees.
The Happy Pear, founded in 2004, is a company that focuses on lifestyle and well-being, offering over 40 products, two wholefood retail cafes and a range of bestselling cookbooks to a community of over 1 million fans.
The C-HR Hybrid Sol is available at the brand's dealerships priced from €38,385 or €250 p/m.
Loughlin Murphy (Dealer Principal, Toyota Sandyford), David Flynn, Zoe Bradley (Head of Marketing Communications at Toyota Ireland), Ian Gamble (Sales Director Toyota Sandyford), and Stephen Flynn are pictured above at the Toyota Sandyford dealership, Dublin 18.