Toyota 'Aygo X prologue' concept car previews upcoming third-generation model

Dwaipayan Roy
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17 Mar 2021: Toyota 'Aygo X prologue' concept car previews upcoming third-generation model

Japanese automaker Honda has revealed its 'Aygo X prologue' concept car. The production model shall be unveiled by the end of this year or early-2022.

As for the highlights, the vehicle has a new design that gives it the appearance of a fairly small and sporty crossover.

However, details related to the interiors and engine are yet to be revealed.

Here are more details.

Exteriors: The car has a a bicycle-holder mount on the rear

The Toyota Aygo X prologue has an aggressive design featuring an integrated roof rack, a sloping roofline, a muscular bonnet, C-shaped connected headlights, a wide air dam, and dual-tone paintwork.

It is flanked by ORVMs with built-in "action cameras," thick cladding, and designer wheels.

A skid plate with a bicycle-holder mount, an extended glass, and vertically-positioned taillights are available on the rear end.

Fact: It will run on a 3-cylinder petrol engine

Toyota has not disclosed the powertrain details of the upcoming Toyota Aygo. However, as per the reports, the third-generation model will be based on the TNGA-B platform and it should draw power from a 3-cylinder petrol engine.

Interiors: The vehicle should offer a spacious cabin

Details pertaining to the interiors of the third-generation Toyota Aygo are yet to be revealed. However, it should have a spacious cabin with automatic climate control and a multifunctional steering wheel.

It will also offer a touchscreen infotainment console with support for the latest connectivity facilities.

All standard safety features, including multiple airbags and a rear-view camera, should also be available.

Fact: Third-generation Toyota Aygo: Pricing and availability

The pricing and availability details of the third-generation Toyota Aygo will be revealed at the time of unveiling. However, in the UK, it should carry a starting price-tag of around £14,000 (approximately Rs. 14 lakh).