Toyota continues its Aygo supemini: the new third-generation should be unveiled in October 2021, and go on sale early next year.
Meantime, a test car is being tested on roads hidden under camouflage. The new Aygo exterior is based on the latest Toyota Yaris, meaning similar headlights, front bumper, tailgate design, large rear wheel arches.
Expect their interiors will be similar as well. However, we’re almost sure that the next-gen Toyota Aygo will sit on a small variant of Toyota’s TNGA platform instead of sharing the architecture with ‘relatives’ – the Peugeot 108 and Citroen C1, which have reached the end of their lives and won’t be continued.
Stellantis (recent PSA + FCA merge) pushes crossovers rather than small city cars.
Expect to see an upgraded variant of the Aygo’s c current 1.0-litre three-cylinder petrol engine under the hood of the new-generation car.
TNGA is able to accommodate electrified powertrains, so, electrification is possible for the Aygo in the future, that will obviously increase the car value.
Toyota will go on producing the supermini at its plant in Kolin, Czech Republic.