Toyota has officially pulled the wraps off its newest creation up to date, the facelifted version of the Verso-S, which will go on sale this summer.
The Japanese based automaker Toyota will introduce the 2015 Verso-S this summer, as the company has recently unveiled it. The model in question has a new front fascia with LED infused headlights, with a revised front grille, with some additional chrome trim and others, along with some new taillights and, of course, new wheels, 16-inch alloys in this case.
“Keeping in line with Toyota’s ‘Keen Look’ design of clear, expressive and intelligent styling, Verso-S’s front face has been upgraded to reflect this with a new assertive dynamic stance. Engaging headlights featuring projector technology and LED daytime running lights are now standard on all grades”, says the company in its official press release.
Changes made to the cabin are limited and they include the two-tone seats, the tire pressure warning system coming as standard, the higher quality materials added, the Toyota Touch 2 infotainment system, the 6.1-inch display, USB, Bluetooth or the optional Toyota Touch 2 with Go, adding the GPS navigation system and an onboard access to parking space information, weather and fuel price. Toyota didn’t announce the cost of the 2015 Verso-S.