Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Toyota Verso

Toyota is set to return to the mini-MPV segment with the new Verso-S, which will debut at the Paris motor show in September.

Like the Hyundai ix20 – also be making its world debut at the show – the exterior design of the Verso-S sports a more dynamic front face, but still seeks to embody the sportiness, comfort and practicality of the larger Verso model, unveiled at the 2009 Geneva motor show.

Measuring in at less than four meters – the shortest overall length of any B-segment MPV in Europe, Toyota is keen to cite – the Verso-S is shorter than the Verso, which is 4440mm long and seats seven passengers. The Verso-S will be a five passenger vehicle.

The company claims the new car is an object lesson in space management, with a practical, flexible interior design that maximizes interior space, benefitting versatility and comfort. Careful attention to detail within the cabin is also said to contribute to a higher level of perceived quality.

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