Toyota developed the first two generations of its smallest car in Europe with the help of Peugeot and Citroën (now part of Stellantis), but that’s no longer the case with the new Aygo since it’s an all-Toyota effort. The two former PSA Group brands have decided to exit the segment, with no 108 and C1 replacements planned, so the Aygo will have to face fewer rivals.
Aside from eschewing its French connections, the all-new diminutive Toyota model is even changing its personality by adopting the “X” suffix to reflect its switch from a hatchback to a crossover.
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