2011 Toyota Aygo Go! launched in the United Kingdom

Article by Christian A., on January 25, 2011

AYGO Go! is Toyota Motor Corporation’s latest addition to its city car line-up, which is aimed at making driving a bit calmer with an array of multi-media features to keep motorists on course, in touch and in tune. The AYGO Go! boasts of a removable TomTom satellite navigation unit that has touch screen controls and a voice recognition function.

It will not only guide you to where you want to go to; it will also tell you what the weather will be like when you arrive and flag up points-of-interest along the way – including filling stations.

The sat-nav is loaded with Bluetooth and a USB port for connecting iPods and other digital music players to the audio system, which itself has a CD player that can play MP3 files from disc.

The 4.3-inch navigation screen offers one a bird’s eye route view and can also display playlist and album details and SMS messages, with a handy speech-to-text facility if required. It is offered in new exterior colors, including Cirrus White and Chilli Red, with metallic Carbon Quartz as an option.

One can also opt for air conditioning, along with the dedicated AYGO Style and Protection option packs. AYGO Go! is stylish with new-design alloy wheels, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and dark-tinted rear privacy glass.

AYGO Go! comes in both three and five-door body styles and is driven by the ultra-frugal International Engine of the Year award-winning 1.0-liter three cylinder VVT-i petrol engine with manual or MultiMode transmission.

Press Release

The New Toyota Aygo Go!

When the going gets tough, the Toyota Aygo Go! will make life behind the wheel that bit calmer thanks to a bundle of multi-media features to keep motorists on course, in touch and in tune. The latest addition to Toyota's city car line-up comes as standard with a removable TomTom satellite navigation unit that has touch screen controls and a voice recognition function.

Not only will it guide you to where you want to go to, it will even tell what the weather will be like when you arrive and flag up points-of-interest along the way - including filling stations.

The sat-nav comes along with Bluetooth and a USB port for connecting iPods and other digital music players to the audio system, which itself provides a CD player that can play MP3 files from disc.

The 4.3-inch navigation screen offers a bird's eye route view and can also display playlist and album details and SMS messages, with a handy speech-to-text facility if required.

Toyota Aygo Go! adds a healthy helping of extra style, too, with new-design alloy wheels, dark-tinted rear privacy glass and a leather-trimmed steering wheel. New exterior colours are Chilli Red and Cirrus White, with metallic Carbon Quartz available as an option. Air conditioning can also be specified, together with the dedicated Toyota Aygo Style and Protection option packs.

Toyota Aygo Go! is available in both three and five-door body styles and is powered by the ultra-frugal International Engine of the Year award-winning 1.0-litre three cylinder VVT-i petrol engine with manual or MultiMode transmission.

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