Saturday, April 23, 2011
Toyota car maker manufacture at japan has announced that it will premiere the Toyota Verso-S, a new MPV for the B-segment, at this year’s Paris Motor Show. Verso-S be launched on the market at the beginning of 2011, and the car which measures less then 4.0 meters represents an ‘object lesson in space management’. The Toyota Verso-S features a smart design with a spacious interior and unfortunately this is pretty much all we can say about it, as technical details will remain secret until the car’s public unveil.
Besides the Toyota Verso-S the Japanese car maker will also bring the pug-in hybrid version Prius to Paris, and it will also present the refreshed interior of the new Toyota iQ and Aygo. The Toyota Verso-S price will also remain unknown until the small MPV will get closer the the on-sale date.
Toyota Verso-S has the shortest overall length – less than four metres – of any MPV in the European B-segment. Yet careful attention to detail in every aspect of its practical, flexible interior design has maximised spaciousness, comfort and perceived quality throughout.
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