After the unveiling of the new Citroen C1 and the 2012 Peugeot 107 today, it was only natural for the facelfit version 2012 Toyota Aygo to show us its new face.
Just like the French deviates with which it shares its platform, the facelifted Aygo comes with a revised 1.0-litre 3-cylinder petrol burning powerplant under the hood capable of delivering 68 bhp and promising lower consumption and emission figures of 4.3-litres per 100 Km and 99 g/Km of CO2.
Aesthetic changes on the 2012 Toyota Aygo are limited to the addition of LED daytime running lights, while inside the cabin the most important upgrade is the new audio system.
The Aygo’s headlights are also slightly different, but you’ll have to concentrate really hard to notice the changes, while the front spoiler is larger than the one on the outgoing version, and more inline with current models such as the new Yaris.
The facelifted 2012 Toyota Aygo will debut at the Bussels Auto Show on January 12.

Source: Toyota