It’s time to reimagine the city car

Introducing the Toyota Aygo X prologue.
Cool and confident, this high-riding concept showcases our unique vision for compact cars. Born in Europe, it brings bold design to a compact crossover body, letting drivers express their personalities while they enjoy getting the most out of urban life.
Love to stand out? Live to have fun? This is one vision you’ll want to become reality.

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Urban attitude, playful nature
Combining the fun and freedom of the Aygo name with a playful dose of attitude, the Toyota Aygo X prologue brings a strong personality and an even stronger stance, creating a look that’s like no other compact city car. With its unique blend of compact dimensions, distinctive crossover body and raised driving position, the Toyota Aygo X prologue makes a stylish statement while providing the ideal urban driving experience.

Standout style, adventure-ready
The Toyota Aygo X prologue's striking bi-tone design and sporty roofline guarantee it attracts all the right attention. At the front, high-tech, body-hugging lights and a large grille and skid plate add genuine go-anywhere attitude. An integrated bicycle-holder mount ensures it’s always ready for adventure, while a door mirror-mounted action camera is there to capture those moments that just have to be shared.


Born in Europe
The concept’s bold, look was designed by a dedicated team at Toyota’s European Design Headquarters in France. The group’s big focus was urban-dwellers – drivers who demand flair and distinctiveness so they can express their personality while having fun behind the wheel.

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