The Daihatsu Ayla’s twin, the Toyota Agya, also made its debut at IIMS earlier today. Like the Ayla, the same three-cylinder 1KR-FE 1.0 litre mill – despite the fancier engine code used by Daihatsu for its unit – powers the car, and output figures are identical.

The Agya is available in three variant forms, the medium Grade E, high Grade G and the TRD S. Exterior-wise, the Grade G features a chrome grille and door handles, side protective moulding as well as a sporty rear spoiler to help differentiate it from the E.

As for the TRD S version, it gets dressed up with an aerokit (front and rear splitters, side skirts) and TRD S stickers and emblem. Like the Ayla, six exterior colour choices abound.

Inside, both the TRD S and Grade G models get the works – a 2-DIN head unit with USB and aux input, with plenty of chrome finish trim to be found. In the kit list are electric power steering, a multi-function display and dual airbags.

The Agya features a front disc/rear drum brake system, and the TRD S and G wear 14-inch alloys with 175/65 rubbers, while the E is shod with 13-inch steel wheels and 155/80 profile tyres.

Other numbers are a 180 mm ground clearance (presumably the same for the Ayla) and a 33 litre capacity fuel tank. And like the Ayla, transmission choices are a five-speed manual or four-speed auto.