2015 TOYOTA AYGO REVEALED
The first-generation Aygo appeared in 2005, the result of a partnership secured in 2001 with Peugeot and Citroen to share development and production costs.
The outgoing Aygo is available in three- and five-door form, and while details for the new model are still to come, it is likely that a five-door plan will be the focus.
While the 108 and C1 wear similar styling treatments, the new Aygo again blazes its own trail, with a unique new look.
The front-end employs an X-like bumper and fender treatment, flanked by sharp headlights and a wider lower grille.
At the rear, there’s tall blade-like tail-lights and - rather like the 108 and C1 - a glass hatch with a black lower section.
The Aygo will again share the engine and transmission options that will be offered with the new 108 and C1, including 1.0 and 1.2 litre three-cylinder petrol engines, and a five-speed manual.
All three models will be built in the Czech Republic.
Watch for the Aygo to make its official debut in Geneva this week.