Toyota X-Claim Limited Edition Completes The Aygo Family In UK

British consumers on the lookout for a new city car can now go ahead an order the Toyota Aygo X-Claim.

Available with either a 5-speed manual gearbox, or an automated manual transmission, from £14,195 ($18,225) and £14,895 ($19,125), respectively, in the United Kingdom, the limited edition comes in just 350 examples.

All of them feature a White Flash body, with contrasting Burgundy decals, a Bordeaux red electric retracting canvas roof, gloss black inserts in the front bumper, and 15″ alloys, with Burgundy-edged center caps.

A similar color combo has been applied to different parts of the cabin, where the instrument panel has a Burgundy finish, with white air vent surrounds and upper door trims, plus Burgundy inserts in the Vogue black leather seats and carpet mat edging.

Claiming the Toyota Aygo X-Claim’s range-topping status is the equipment list, which includes standard 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, reversing camera, automatic air conditioning, dusk-sensing headlamps, and front fog lamps.

As for alternatives to the Aygo, we can count the likes of the Volkswagen Up!, Seat Mii, and Skoda Citigo, among others.


All This Swedish Ferrari FF Wanted Was To Be An Italian Police Car

The FF certainly has enough room in the rear to hold any criminals, although it won’t because that’s simply a nicely executed wrap.

Does The Ford Ranger Raptor Work As A Family Car?

While it might not be as fast as the Raptor moniker suggests, it excels at arduous terrains – but can it be your daily driver?.

The New Honda Fit Might Not Make It Into The United States

Nothing is official, but so far Honda refers to the model only as the Jazz, plus sales of the current Fit in the US have declined by 17 percent this year.

Is Tesla Readying A “Track Mode Package” Upgrade For The Model 3 Performance?

According to info contained in a parts catalog list, the Performance version of Tesla’s entry-level sedan is set to get new tires and upgraded brake pads.

Ferrari’s First U.S. Tailor Made Center Opens In New York City

The new Tailor Made Center is housed in a redesigned showroom and features a private owners’ lounge as well as space for five cars on display.

VW Working On Two SUVs To Slot Below The Tiguan – Could They Be US-Spec Versions Of T-Roc And T-Cross?

These two should hit the U.S. market alongside the electric ID.4, but it’s unknown if they’re federalized versions of existing ones or distinct models.

DS3 Crossback Is Oh So Chic, But What’s It Like Under That Fancy Dress?

The DS3 Crossback is the French automaker’s answer to the likes of the Audi Q2, BMW X2 and Mini Countryman.

Tesla Gets Government Approval To Start Building Cars In China

Tesla wants to be building 1,000 Model 3s per week before the end of the year in its Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai .

It Took Lamborghini Only Five Years To Deliver 14,000 Huracans

The Huracan, which has already received an update, is expected to remain in production for a few more years.

This Is What The Renault Zoe RS Electric Hot Hatch Could Look Like

The Zoe RS, whose viability is under consideration by Renault, could feature dual electric motors and deliver over 200 HP.