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Toyota taking full control of new Aygo....

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It has always been built in Europe in the same factory as the C1 and 107/108 (TPCA) iirc Toyota were buying out psa and taking over the factory at 1 point

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But will it come with a whole new engine or just copy the big German manufacturers and put 1engine in all vehicles

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Toyota are buying PSA out of the joint venture plant by 2021.

Part of Toyota's agreement with Suzuki on building Suzuki versions of the Rav4 and Corolla, was to use Suzuki small capacity petrol engines in forthcoming Toyota models. Presumably these may replace the current 1.0 litre Toyota engine. 

With Suzuki no longer importing their small car into the UK, could we also see a Suzuki version of the next Aygo? 

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Or maybe a modern toyota s series engine

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2 hours ago, gampla said:

Or maybe a modern toyota s series engine

The S series was between 1.8 and 2.2 litres - bit big for the Aygo.

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The S series was between 1.8 and 2.2 litres - bit big for the Aygo.
Bigger car bigger engine

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Good to read Toyota still have faith in a small petrol city car, the small Battery cars I seen like electric Mini and Honda e range is low and price is high for city car, so still not convinced.  

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