A Japanese trend home by the title of Undercover has simply unveiled a singular tackle the Toyota Aygo X through the Undercover Fall 2023 present of the Paris Style Week.

The top of Undercover, Jun Takahashi, used his non-conformity design philosophy in making alterations to the Aygo X and whereas they’re restricted, they actually have a hanging impression on the general look of the small crossover.

For starters, the Toyota has been completed in a beautiful shade of gray accented by metallic black throughout the rear fascia, two new shades that had been developed by Toyota for the mission. Moreover, the Aygo X is rocking black 18-inch alloy wheels that embody coral crimson accents. These accents will also be based on the entrance bumper, aspect skirts, and rear bumper. The roof additionally has stickers that learn ‘Chaos’ and ‘Steadiness.’

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A handful of tweaks had been additionally made to the cabin of the Aygo X. These consist of recent branded seats and flooring mats with a hanging sample and crimson accents.

“We knew that Undercover might additional develop the sturdy character of the Aygo X and we had been excited to discover how Jun’s trend language could possibly be translated into the automobile growth course of,” head of styling design for Toyota Europe, Tadao Mori described in an announcement.

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Simply 5,000 examples of the Aygo X designed by Undercover can be produced.

Toyota introduced the Aygo X in late 2021 and in doing so, changed the second-generation Aygo metropolis automobile with a car bathed in crossover-inspired design components. It’s based mostly on the corporate’s GA-B platform that additionally underpins the Yaris and Yaris Cross and in Europe, and is offered with a single powertrain choice. This engine takes the type of a 1.0-liter naturally-aspirated three-cylinder with 71 hp and 69 lb-ft (93 Nm) of torque. Prospects can select to have this engine coupled to both a five-speed handbook or an S-CVT.