The new Toyota Aygo will be shown in GenevaFebruary 23, 2018
A small hatchback is in demand in the highly competitive segment of Class A cars in Europe.
As part of the Geneva Motor Show in March 2018, Toyota will introduce the new Aygo. This five-door compact hatchback can still be recognized by the X-shaped design, which is visible in the design of the front of the car. The execution of the bumper, the lower air intake and optics was another, but the X can also be traced.
The colors were supplemented by new shades of Magenta (red) and Blue (blue), and the exterior was refreshed with 15-inch wheels of original design. The salon received a different illumination, a modified instrument panel, and two new variants of the color solution – Quartz Gray and Piano Black.
Depending on the needs of the customers Toyota Aygo offers three options for equipment – the initial “x”, the average “x-play” and the top “x-clusiv”. The average level of equipment involves the presence of an air conditioner and a multimedia system with a touch screen diagonal of seven inches.
The richest version includes alloy wheels with double spokes, leather elements in the interior trim, navigation system, as well as a set of safety systems Toyota Safety Sense. The company noted that there will also remain special versions of x-cite and x-trend.
Under the hood of the new Toyota Aygo is a recycled liter 3-cylinder 12-valve engine with a gas distribution system DOHC. Its power increased from 69 to 72 liters. from. Now this motor corresponds to the eco-standard Euro-6.2. The car can accelerate from one place to a hundred in 13.8 seconds, its top speed is 160 km / h.
The compact hatch has reduced the level of CO2 emissions in the atmosphere, reduced fuel consumption. The car received a reconfigured suspension, as well as updated steering software.
In Europe, according to carsalesbase.com, the model demonstrates good results and enjoys a steady demand. Sales of Toyota Aygo started in 2005, the peak of popularity fell on 2009, when 103,252 units were sold. Last year, Europeans bought 84,588 vehicles, up 0.3% from the previous year.
Toyota Aygo’s competitors in Europe are the Citroen C1 and Peugeot 108. Their sales results are noticeably lower: for the year 2017, 53,292 and 55,831 units were sold, while the demand for Citroen C1 fell 14.7% over the past year, and the popularity of Peugeot 108 decreased by 12.1%.