This here is the all-new Toyota Aygo, that was developed together with its French cousins.
The good thing is that all three models are quite different when it comes to the exterior and interior design, so there is something for almost every taste.
The second-generation Aygo is 3,455mm long (+25mm compared to the outgoing model), the height has dropped by 5mm to 1,460mm, while thanks to clever engineering the front headroom is up by 7mm. The wheelbase is unchanged at 2,340mm, but the cabin is still longer by 9mm. Luggage space is up by 29litres. Front and rear tracks are wider by 8mm.
The highlights of the design is the front fascia with an “X” graphic which makes the model look quite unique, compared to its French cousins.
Both thee and five-door versions will be available, but no open-top version like the Peugeot and Citroen have.
Power comes exclusively from a 68bhp 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine with 70 lb-ft of torque, delivering 68.8mpg with CO2 emissions of 95 g/km.
New Aygo will be available with new x-touch multimedia system with an integrated seven-inch touchscreen, that comes with a rear view camera as standard.