A NEW-look Toyota Aygo will be revealed at the Geneva Motor Show in March complete with a reworked design and better fuel economy.
The baby of the Toyota line up has had a makeover inside and out which includes a new nose featuring larger headlamps incorporating daytime running lights.
At the rear further changes are being made to the light clusters which now feature a distinctive light signature.
Inside, the instrument panel gets new 3D-style graphics while the 998cc three-cylinder engine has been upgraded to deliver more power at 71bhp and make it more fuel efficient.
The result is a 0 to 60 acceleration time of 13.8 seconds with a top speed of 100mph while fuel economy is up from 68.9mpg to 72.4mpg while emissions fall to 91g/km.
The new Aygo, which is built at Toyota's factory in the Czech Republic alongside the Peugeot 108 and Citroen C1, also features an updated suspension and steering set up with improvements made to noise insulation throughout the cabin.
Prices and specification for UK models will be announced ahead of the new Aygo's launch later in the year.