The new 2019 Toyota Aygo makes its world debut at the 2018 Geneva Motor Program. Reinforcing the model’s special DNA and noteworthy positioning within the highly-competitive A-segment, Toyota’s designers and engineers have not only enhanced the Aygo’s younger and distinctive image, but also improved its performance and handling attributes to make it much more fun to drive.
Given that its launch in 2014, the current Aygo has been a significant success for Toyota in the European A-segment. Its instantly recognisable, hallmark ‘X’ frontal design and the broad series of customisation choices it provides make sure that it constantly stands out from the crowd.
Appealing to a more style-conscious audience than those who purchase their cars for simply rational factors, the Aygo’s striking excellent looks and engaging driving qualities make it one of the best-performing Toyota models for attracting new purchasers and conquest sales.
2019 Toyota Aygo Design
The new 2019 Toyota Aygo keeps its iconic frontal ‘X’ signature, but it has actually been transformed from a two-dimensional graphic into a more effective, three-dimensional architectural component. The distinct new frontal style includes upgraded Keen Look headlamp clusters, with important Daytime Running Lights (DRL) additional reinforcing Toyota Aygo’s striking take a look at first blush.
The lower area frames the front grille, emphasising the Aygo’s steady position and the dexterity fundamental in a compact vehicle. While the under light ornamentation-available in Black, Glossy Black or Silver- emphasizes the vehicle’s width.
In profile, the more three-dimensional frontal form combines with freshly developed external lenses in the rear lamp clusters to visually connect the front and rear, providing the impression of forward motion and increased dynamism. At the rear, the new LED DRL light guides give the 2019 Toyota Aygo an advanced look and make the model quickly recognisable. The distinct light signature creates the understanding of a compact cabin above a wider lower bumper area, to emphasise the rear width and stability of the vehicle.
The new exterior styling is finished with two new body colours– Magenta and Blue– and the addition of technical-look wheel caps and 15 ″ alloys -with a style distinct to each grade- reinforces the premium looks of the new Aygo. On board, the updated combimeter instrument graphics feature a more three-dimensional effect and a new lighting colour. A more premium palette in Quartz Grey and Piano Black has been embraced, and new seat materials have actually been produced for the majority of the grades.
2019 Toyota Aygo Engine
The new 2019 Toyota Aygo features enhancements to its efficiency and enhanced driving characteristics for even higher urban dexterity, whilst preserving its class-leading fuel effectiveness. Additionally it benefits from a marked decrease in NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness) for increased on-board comfort.
Toyota’s acclaimed, 998 cc, 3-cylinder, 12-valve, DOHC, VVT-i engine is now Euro 6.2 compliant. It has been modified, combing an ideal balance of power and fuel usage with boosted torque shipment at lower engine rpm for an even much better driving experience in urban traffic.
It takes advantage of a new dual fuel injector system, a higher compression ratio, a selection of new low friction parts, a cooled Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) system and a better balance shaft to minimize vibration at idling speed. The engine now develops 53 kW (72 DIN hp) at 6,000 rpm, and 93 Nm of torque at 4,400 rpm. New Aygo will speed up from 0-100 km/h in 13.8 seconds, and on to a top speed of 160 km/h.
The new 2019 Toyota Aygo comes in both standard and Eco-versions. The latter take advantage of a longer 4th and 5th equipment, low Rolling Resistance Coefficient (RRC) tires, Toyota’s Stop & Start system and aerodynamic enhancements.