Toyota UK has just added a new version to the Aygo line-up. The new Aygo Black will be offered in both three and five-door versions and will be based on the Aygo+ model.

This special edition adds Alcantara and leather upholstery, a leather-trimmed sports steering wheel, leather gear shift knob (manual models), 14-inch alloy wheels and Tempest Black metallic exterior paint finish.

Press release after the jump.

Press release

Order books have opened for Aygo Black, a new version of Toyota’s friendly and frugal city car.

2010 Toyota Aygo Black Exterior
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Aygo Black comes with a choice array of sports styling features, building on the specification of the Aygo+ model with additional Alcantara and leather upholstery, a leather-trimmed sports steering wheel, leather gear shift knob (manual models), 14-inch alloy wheels and Tempest Black metallic exterior paint finish.

Powered by the ultra-economical Toyota Optimal Drive 1.0-litre VVT-i petrol engine – winner of the sub-one-litre class of the International Engine of the Year awards for the past three years – and fitted with a five-speed manual gearbox, Aygo Black has official combined cycle fuel consumption figures of 62.8mpg and CO2 emissions of just 106g/km.

2010 Toyota Aygo Black Exterior
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Both three and five-door models are available and air conditioning is available as an option. Toyota’s Multimode transmission is also available on the five-door Aygo Black, where air conditioning has been specified.

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18 comments:

  (595) posted on 01.24.2012

I find this 5-door Aygo cute on its shiny platform. No wonder why Ben Collin loves this car. Despite its affordable price, this vehicle is really fun to drive!

  (397) posted on 01.2.2012

I was amazed that five door models are reliable for this kind of small car but Aygo black is really cute and impressive. I’m just wondering about the interior design.

  (473) posted on 10.6.2011

Aygo Black is looking so fabulous and awesome at its sleek body paint, but I hope TopSpeed also include some interior pictures of this car. Anyway, I’m also curious about its figure performance.

  (300) posted on 09.6.2011

It looks very sophisticated on its shiny body color and I must say that I am really fond with cars like this, small and simple but oozing with car appeal and it seems that this kind of car is so fun to drive.

  (442) posted on 08.15.2011

I’d seen lots of design and classy color car like this Aygo, but it’s still had its own features and image that really impressive.

  (467) posted on 07.26.2011

Cool color! It looks pretty with it, though it is really not that awesome or the impressive one but its nice. I’ve seen a lot of cars that had the same style and color. 

  (367) posted on 10.8.2010

That was funny! we have not heard that before! some people really need to get a life don’t they, in the last 24 months Toyota have had four safety related recalls, Mercedes have had forty! Toyota are not the only one’s with issues, why do you keep talking crap?

  (745) posted on 09.28.2010

Aygo fantastic, good anthropometric, excellent aerodynamic, superb proportion and brilliant golden-section. Car looks sporty and lovely but might not be a good sprinter.

  (815) posted on 09.15.2010

Probably comes with a sticking accelerator & brakes as standard. I think i heard "recalls".

  (129) posted on 07.21.2010

The smallest Toyota model in Europe is iQ, not Aygo.

  (364) posted on 05.5.2010

More bolder and muscular than the Yaris, with a 1.0 engine this is a good choice for daily car. a little custom kit will make it more aggressive and sporty sub-compact car.

  (765) posted on 04.26.2010

Pretty awesome! I this car will be more look awesome if it will be setup for a litle bit sporty style.

  (329) posted on 03.29.2010

I think most of the HB car lovers, will gonna buy this Aygo, but I think Yaris is much more worth buying than Aygo.

  (939) posted on 03.22.2010

When little Johnny awoke on Christmas morn’ expecting to see his new Black Series under the Christmas tree, the one with a "leather and Alcantara interior" and "sports styling features," the whole village was awoken by the sound of his cries. Santa it seemed had kept the AMG for himself while leaving little Johnny, the poor bastard, an Aygo under the tree. smiley

  (418) posted on 03.21.2010

Ha Ha, That was funny! We haven’t heard that before! Some people really need to get a life don’t they? In the last 24 months, Toyota had four safety related recalls, and Merc had forty! Toyota are not the only one’s with issues, why do you keep talking crap?

  (1333) posted on 03.21.2010

Five door Aygo is much better. It brings comfort to the passengers. It will be powered by an economical drive? That will be a great add ups.

  (505) posted on 03.19.2010

Pretty neat although I don’t really think that people are still interested with Toyota brands as of now. Lately I haven’t been seeing any brand new cars from the automaker because of all the issues and incidents with their pedal technology.

  (462) posted on 03.18.2010

Unless Aston Martin’s Ulrich Bez gets a wackier idea than the Cygnet in his head, the new Aygo Black is the range-topping version of Toyota’s smallest European model.

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