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After Peugeot 107 and Citroen C1 revealed their updated, it was only a matter of time before Toyota presented the 2012 Toyota Aygo version redesign. All three triplets make their public debut at the Brussels Motor Show on January 10th.
On the styling front, the 2012 Toyota Aygo changes include a revised front bumper sporting a larger air intake and LED daytime running lights, darker-tinted rear windows and newly designed steel wheels caps.
Under the hood, the Aygo keeps the outgoing model’s three-cylinder 1.0 engine has been upgraded with a new combustion chamber and iridium-tipped spark plugs. However, Toyota has made several modifications to it in order to raise gas mileage and lower CO2 emissions. Output remains unchanged at 68HP (50kW / 68 PS) and 93 Nm (69 lb-ft) of torque. But emissions has been lowered to 4.4 L/100 km (64.2 mpg UK) while CO2 emissions are reduced to 102 g/km.
On the interior, highlights include additional sound-deadening material and a new audio system with Bluetooth/USB connectivity. The dashboard has gained a new dark grey finish while Toyota claims to have reduced the noise levels.
The 2012 Toyota Aygo will make its auto show debut next week in Brussels and will hit Toyota showrooms across Europe before the summer of 2012.
Gallery 2012 Toyota Aygo