Now here’s an upcoming Toyota model that promises to be big on fun. No, it’s not quite the new Supra we’re all hoping for (though one based on the wild FT-1 Concept is said to be in the works), it’s the second-generation Aygo city car instead.
The 2014 Toyota Aygo will make its full debut at the Geneva Motor Show next month. Like the original Aygo, this new one is co-developed with PSA Group too, and thus will share plenty of common parts with the Peugeot 108 and the yet-to-be-unveiled Citroen C1.
As before, the Toyota is set to be the most expensive of the trio, which will be justified by its more upscale appearance and premium interior trimmings. Its engine lineup is expected to mirror that of the Peugeot – small three-cylinder mills of either petrol or diesel variety.
Joining the 2014 Aygo at Toyota’s Geneva stand will be the brand’s two 2013 Tokyo Motor Show design studies, the hydrogen-powered FCV Concept and the FV2 future mobility concept. Looks like Mitsubishi won’t be the only one caught recycling old concepts for the Geneva show.