The next-generation Toyota Aygo X, which will officially break away from the Peugeot and Citroen partnership, has been officially teased as the Japanese manufacturer’s smallest crossover. The new A-segment high-riding hatch will adopt the brand’s latest architecture.
The Toyota Aygo X has been confirmed to use the brand’s TNGA-B platform which is currently being applied to the Yaris and Yaris Cross. It has been noted that the new model signals the addition to Toyota’s growing crossover product offering. The “X” (pronounced “cross”) also continues the model’s signature introduced with the second generation Aygo in 2014.
Since 2005, Aygo has been Toyota’s most accessible product that the brand says is appreciated by customers because of its youthful and fun character. In developing the all-new Toyota Aygo X, the brand decided to continue as a full in-house project to deliver the first full model change planned, developed, designed and produced in Europe.
The Toyota Aygo X development team studied the current and future life in urban and suburban environments in Europe to deliver a confident compact crossover unique to the A-segment which will be produced in Kolin at Toyota Motor Manufacturing Czech Republic.
The all-new Toyota Aygo X will be officially revealed early next month.