Toyota Yaris Wears Its Bumblebee Suit For UK’s New Yellow Edition

Toyota UK has added a new Yellow Bi-Tone Edition to the Yaris’ range.

The bodywork of the Japanese supermini is now finished in yellow-black scheme, making it look a lot like a certain Camaro from the movies – or a Beetle, if you’re old school.

Toyota says it’s the first Yaris to come painted in the Yellow Burst color, with the roof, front pillars, grille and side sills finished in black. There’s also rear privacy glass and a set of black and silver 16-inch alloys to match its bi-tone looks.

The same color pattern continues inside, with Yellow Burst trim details found in the gear shift, air-vents and surrounds for the black mats. The seats are finished in a new black-grey cloth design with ribbed cushion and shoulder sections.Unfortunately Toyota didn’t provide any photos of the interior to really see what these changes are like.

The new Toyota Yaris Yellow Bi-Tone Edition also comes with features such as DRLs and LED rear lights, a Touch2 infotainment system with DAB radio, cruise control and Toyota’s Safety Sense array of driver assistance systems.

Customers will be able to choose between the 110hp 1.5-liter VVT-iE petrol and the hybrid powertrain. Prices start at £17,595 for the petrol and £19,845 for the hybrid, with both models going on sale now.

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