Toyota has revealed that the 2013 edition of the Yaris Trend is incoming, with the vehicle set to be targeted to a younger audience for whom fashionable design is a priority.
With this strategy in mind, the car is coming complete with a raft of eye-catching exterior styling elements, as well as dedicated interior finishes, textures and colours.
Beginning with how Toyota is allowing the 2013 Yaris Trend’s exterior stand out when the vehicle is taken for a spin, the Japanese manufacturer has first attempted to make the front end of the car more distinguished.
This is highlighted by the effect that chrome elements present to the revised Yaris Trend’s bumper, which can be seen on the vehicle’s fog light surrounds and headlamps.
What’s more, drivers who choose to style their 2013 Toyota Yaris Trend in a white paintjob will also be presented with matching white covers in the headlamp units.
Elsewhere on the outside of the new car, Toyota has chosen to retain the blacked out B and C-pillars design, which help give the vehicle its floating roof effect, while chrome door sills and door mirrors covers also make appearances.
Step inside the 2013 Toyota Yaris Trend and the first thing that motorists will likely notice is the chic black and white finish which has been presented to all angles of the car.
In order to further distance the vehicle from the outgoing Yaris Trend, Toyota has also opted to change the geometry of the vehicle’s centre console.
The interactive soft-touch dashboard is now decorated to better show off its horizontal lines, while a white colour finish gives the device more character.
Motorists hoping to choose a vehicle that is a bit more established in the motoring industry may want to seek a superb personal leasing deal that is currently being offered on the Toyota Yaris 1.33 VVT-i TR five-door Hatchback.
For a mere £132.14 per month, drivers are presented with a vehicle that can hit 62mph from rest in 11.7 seconds and yet limit CO2 emissions to a mere 123g/km.
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