Toyota has showcased the third-generation Aygo, referred to as the X Prologue, which is based mostly on a more compact motor vehicle from the firm. The Aygo X Prologue will be primarily based on the same TNGA-B platform used by Yaris Cross. The production product is probably be launched in late 2021 or early 2022.
The principle motor vehicle focuses on Aygo’s daring new layout with large wheels and thick fenders that make it glance like a modest crossover. The Aygo X Prologue has some attention-grabbing particulars. For example, the mirrors on both of those sides occur with added ‘action cameras’ and Toyota says they are “perfect for capturing and sharing exploration times.”
At 3.7-metres extensive, the Aygo X Prologue is greater, wider and taller than the existing Aygo, but it is continue to smaller than the Yaris which stands at 3.95 metres. With a extended and huge base the Aygo X Prologue has 4 wheels at the ends of the physique, mudguards with cumbersome extensions and a very inclined rear pillar, to maximize the interior space, information of which has not been shared however.
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The elements that outline the SUV, or crossover, are all there, beginning with what appear like reduced protections at the entrance and again, painted in black to emphasize them, a tone that also appears in the fenders and the rear pillar.
Some of the specifics found in the prototype are not likely to go into series output, like the absence of a central pillar and doors without the need of upper frames. Most possible, Toyota will undertake the exact answer as the C-HR, with a central pillar painted in black and the rear doorway latches concealed in the rear pillar.
There is continue to no info on the technical specs, but because the system is the exact same that serves the Yaris and Yaris Cross, all engines that equip these products are very likely to be offered. Therefore the 1.5-litre motor that powers Yaris can be available with the Augo X Prologue, potentially alongside with a hybrid model as properly.