The cheeky little Toyota Aygo has become a regular sight in urban environments. Its compact shape and size make it perfect for darting in and out of traffic, not to mention pinching those car park spaces that would a be a squeeze for most. It might not be the fastest car on sale, but its charm is to be found in its simplicity. At the geneva motor show Toyota have revealed the latest chapter in the story of its city car.
Here it is! The new Toyota Aygo has grown in size slightly over its predecessor (just 25mm) but now has a more substantial look to it. Still aiming for younger divers, the design sticks with being a bit unconventional with angular rear quarters and two-tone colour schemes. It also features a rather cool double bubble roof which is unique to the car that shares its platform with the new Citroen C1 and Peugeot 108. Inside its increased size and clever packaging has produced more space for occupants and cargo. Still simple in its nature, the cabin now features a large display on the console. Powered by a 68BHP 1.0 litre three cylinder petrol engine, the Toyota Aygo aims to again be king of the city car market once again.