Toyota Yaris Gets Aygo Snout, JDM Vitz Adopts Similar Updates
Apr 22, 2014 11:01
The Toyota Yaris will get a makeover in Europe this summer, and will adopt a new front end inspired by the recently unveiled Aygo.
Building on Toyota’s “Under Priority” and “Keen Look” design language, the facelifted Yaris integrates a distinctive cross-shape, centered around the front logo, that separates the redesigned upper and lower grilles.
It features LED taillights, a diffuser, a reshaped license plate area and has more room inside. It will be offered with a similar engine lineup including a 1.0 liter and 1.3 liter petrol engines.
Toyota will apply a similar makeover to the Japanese market Vitz supermini. Check out the promo below:
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