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The five-door version of the next-generation Toyota Aygo, a Euro offering cloned by the Peugeot 107 and Citroën C1, has been caught out on the town wearing all black. Facelifted early last year, predictions are that the next version of the city car will be slightly lower and wider than the current car, with improved ergonomics and materials. Based on what little can be seen for now, a new intake and headlight treatment should be on the menu in front, with taillights placed higher on its backside.

A three-door version is expected, but a gasoline-hybrid model is also rumored, along with power and fuel economy improvements to the three-cylinder engine that presently puts out 67 horsepower and 69 pound-feet of torque.

We should see it next year, along with the new Citroën C1 and Peugeot 108.

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      • 2 Years Ago
      Did someone lose a rollerskate?
      Andrew Pappas
      • 2 Years Ago
      Had one of these in Iceland for a day's rental. Love a manual with no tach. Its an OK city car, but the Chevy Spark is much nicer
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Andrew Pappas
        The Aygo is much older than the current, second-generation Spark. It's been around for the past eight years. Only the base models have no tachometer; others get a pod-like add on in the same manner as the Mini does.
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