How Customizable Will the 2015 Toyota Aygo Be?

2015 Toyota Aygo 1 photo
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Three words can be used for describing the 2015 Toyota Aygo - ‘fun’, ‘Japanese’ and ‘custom’. The latter is the most important here as we’ve seen ‘fun’ and ‘Japanese’ before in other packs, but never with the amount of customizing options the new Aygo will feature.
A short but valuable new video came round the corner today, showing probably some of the color schemes you can apply to a brand new Aygo city car. Unlike its PSA sister cars, the Citroen C1 and Peugeot 108, the Aygo is offered with both better styling and a big range of vibrant colors, which surprisingly appear to be available for all the customizable trimming panels outside and inside.

OK, the video bellow shows that the 2015 Aygo will be available in 8 shades - dark blue, orange, white, silver, black, baby blue, red, dark silver - which will be available both for the whole body and for the trimming bits.

Speaking of customizable trimmings, there will be at least six different ones which can be had in another color than the body. Starting with the big X up front, continuing with bumpers inserts, lower door moldings, dashboard and central console panels, AC vents surroundings and shifter surroundings.

You can also get a chrome trimmed shifter, matching carpets, more than five rim designs and the video also shows that the Aygo looks pretty cool with some artsy stickers.

And if that’s not enough, the video reveals at least four seat upholstery combinations. Guess this will give you a bit of that feelings rich men have when ordering a bespoke interior for a Rolls Royce.

All we need now is to wait for the new Toyota Aygo to launch and hope the automaker will incorporate an easy to use NFS-like customizer for the model into their webpage, so you can fiddle around will all the details before placing the order.

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