Nadia Power Becomes An Official Ambassador Of Toyota Ireland

Toyota Ireland are delighted to announce today a new partnership with Irish athlete Nadia Power. Nadia who competed at the European Championships this month in Poland now becomes an official ambassador for Toyota Ireland, who are a worldwide mobility partner to the Olympic and Paralympic Games. 

As an official Toyota Ireland ambassador, Nadia will now play a central role in Toyota’s global ‘Start Your Impossible’ campaign. As leaders in mobility, Toyota’ ‘Start Your Impossible’ campaign celebrates the best of human performance and centres on the aspiration of movement for all. 

Through the partnership, Nadia will also now drive a brand-new Toyota Yaris Hybrid, which was named ‘The Car of the Year 2021’. The new generation Yaris has been transformed - with a dynamic new style, and with the latest self-charging hybrid technology is built for those with a progressive attitude and desire to drive sustainably

Commenting on the partnership, Steve Tormey, Chief Executive, Toyota Ireland, said:

‘We are delighted to be announcing our partnership with Nadia Power today. She is one of Ireland’s brightest and most promising athletes, and we are delighted to be supporting her. Nadia truly embodies what Toyota Ireland’s Start Your Impossible Campaign is all about – excelling and exceeding to achieve the best in yourself.’

Irish athlete and newly announced Toyota ambassador, Nadia Power said:

‘I am delighted to be announced today as a new ambassador for Toyota Ireland. Toyota represents innovation and is a progressive brand. The global Start Your Impossible campaign echoes strongly with me, as I go out to every race to do the absolute best I can. I am delighted to be driving a new Yaris Hybrid and I am very grateful for this partnership opportunity.’

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