Toyota is set to join the space race! The Japanese firm is the latest to announce a B-segment supermini MPV. Called the Verso-S, the Jazz-rival was unveiled at the Paris Motor Show.
Full details will be announced at the show, but Toyota claims that the Verso-S will feature “the shortest overall length of any B-segment MPV in Europe - less than four metres.”
The exterior boasts the angular, dynamic shapes that have marked out Toyota’s recent designs, most notably the iQ supermini. The firm adds that the interior will boast impressive flexibility and a design which maximises usable space, comfort and perceived quality.
The Toyota Verso-S is due to go on sale in the UK in early 2011.
Also joining the new Verso-S were updated versions of the iQ and Aygo, both of which benefit from some interior upgrades.
The iQ gets higher-grade, soft-touch plastics on the dashboard and the door panels, plus new color schemes and more extensive trim options. The Aygo benefits from a new multimedia system, including a built-in TomTom sat-nav.