The Auris will make its first appearance at the Mobility Roadshow this month, heading a range of Toyota models attending the event.
Taking place from July 19th to 21st at Kemble airfield, Gloucestershire, the Mobility Roadshow is the world’s largest annual motor show event for disabled people.
Toyota has supported the event for the past seven years and says that it has a "strong commitment" to helping disabled motorists.
The range of mobility products offered by the automaker is set to grow with the introduction of a swivel-seat for the five-door Auris and a passenger lift-up seat for the Rav4.
Both products will be on display and available for visitors to try at the Mobility Roadshow.
There will also be opportunities to enjoy accompanied test drives in the Auris, Aygo, Yaris, Verso, Rav4 and Prius.
Track cars will feature Toyota’s latest driver assist items, which are developed by Autoadapt, the manufacturer’s established mobility programme partner.