Toyota Aygo

Four years after its launch, the new Toyota Aygo restylée will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show.

For once is not custom, this restyling is more than a rewarming since the Toyota Aygo receives a new facies. If the little Japanese remains an amateur of X, it is now integrated as on its big sister the Yaris . The Aygo also receives new optical blocks under which there are inserts available in three colors: black, lacquered black and silver. In the back, the retouches are more timid with lights with a new light signature .

Inside, the restyled Toyota Aygo gets a new look for the combined instrumentation, new upholstery and a new gray quartz and black lacquered ambience.

At the three levels available on the European market, x, x-play and x-clusiv, Toyota adds two editions limtées. The first, x-cite, features magenta biton, 15-inch black alloy wheels, specific upholstery and body-color inserts. The second, x-trend, adopts a black paint with blue stickers and accessories, unpublished rims and a mid-leather upholstery.

Engine of the Toyota Aygo reviewed for Euro 6.d

Aygo also evolves technically. Its 3-cylinder 1 liter VVT-i engine has been modified to meet the Euro 6.d anti-pollution standard in force since September 2018. It receives a higher compression ratio, a two-nozzle system, an EGR circuit for recirculating fuel. gas and an improved balancer shaft to reduce vibration.

The power goes from 69 to 72 hp while the torque remains unchanged at 93 Nm at 4,400 rpm. Toyota announces improved availability of low-end torque and reduced fuel consumption. Mixed consumption is reduced from 4.1 to 3.9 liters per 100 km, ie 90 g of CO2 and 93 g on the new WLTP certification cycle.

In addition to these improvements under the hood, the Toyota Aygo gains better soundproofing in the dashboard, doors, windshield uprights and the rear shelf.

The restyled Toyota Aygo is expected to arrive in the dealerships very quickly even though Toyota has not announced a launch date.

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