the dynamic design of the Toyota Aygo re-defines the perceptions of what small can be.
Designed and built in Europe, the Aygo is 100% Toyota - with certain design elements like the bulge on the bonnet around the badge, and triangular quarter window, underscoring its Toyota pedigree.
Overall the Toyota Aygo design conveys a sporting look and fun aspect, as well as comfort and high quality finish.
The 2009 Toyota Aygo reinforces this spirit with a front grille and bumper that have been re-sculpted to emphasise a lower centre-of-gravity, while increasing the dynamism and width of the car.
Emphasising the feeling of security, Toyota Aygo is now 10mm longer thanks to its extended front bumper, and the fog lights have been more seamlessly integrated. In addition, the front grille has also been strengthened.
New circular chrome detailing has been added around the bulbs to accentuate the rear combi-light design, while the darkened housing also increases unity with the headlamps. New wheel covers and 14 inch alloy wheels have been designed to enhance the appeal of the Toyota Aygo.
Inside the Toyota Aygo 2009 has been given even more stylish refinement. New seat trim and fabrics have been developed and a new optional black Alcantara seat finish with contrasting stitching gives an overall sporty look.
The graphics of the heater interface have been improved, giving the unit a stylish and modern feel. And, for extra style, a leather steering wheel with matching gearshift comes with the Alcantara seats option.
To the rear, the hinges on the rear parcel shelf have been relocated to create a better opening angle, and to improve access to the boot.
1.0-litre VVT-i petrol engine, developed using the Toyota Optimal Drive concept: Maximum power, Minimum emissions and fuel consumption
The Toyota Aygo petrol engine will benefit from Toyota's new Toyota Optimal Drive concept, a raft of technologies introduced at the 2008 Paris Motor Show to strengthen Toyota's lead in sustainable mobility.