Toyota has officially pulled the wraps off the new Aygo generation, during the 2014 Geneva Motor Show, where it shared the same space as its cousins, the Citroen C1 and the Peugeot 108.
The brand new Toyota Aygo is looking more upscale than the C1 and the 109 and it has grown in length at 3,455 mm, by 25 mm, while its height has been dropped by 5 mm, to 1,460 mm. The front headroom is now up by 7 mm and the front and rear tracks have been widened by 8 mm. The new Aygo generation has received a new front fascia, compared to the one used by its cousins, which is making it look quite interesting.
The 2015 Toyota Aygo is coming with a choice of two body styles, with three or five doors, a hexagonal tailgate, a trapezoidal center console, an elongated cabin, 29 liters more luggage room, a new x-touch multimedia system, a 7-inch touch screen display offered as standard along with the rearview camera and more. Power to the model is provided by a 1.0 liter gasoline burner, which is rated at 68 HP (51 kW) at 6,000 rpm and 95 Nm (70 lb-ft) of torque, available at 4,300 rpm. The average fuel consumption stands at 4.1L / 100km (68.8 mpg UK / 57.2 mpg US) and the CO2 emissions stop at 95 g/km.