The collaboration between Toyota and PSA Peugeot-Citroen makes a break for the web ahead of its Geneva debut. The next generation Toyota Aygo makes its first unconcealed photos on the Internet today.
The different between this and the Peugeot 108 and Citroen C1 is the car's unique front end. There have been some minor changes to their rear bumpers and tail light graphics. Toyota's version is a co-developed city car that differentiates itself with a different rear-profile window and entire rear end.
All three cars will share the same engine lineup and transmissions, including a Toyota sourced 68PS 1.0 liter three-cylinder petrol paired to a 5sp manual and an 82PS, 1.2 liter three-pot petrol engine.
More information and photos of the Aygo should be available soon as Toyota will present the car at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday, March 4.
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