Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Mystery small Toyota!


not sure what this is.
It looks different than the pictures of the all new Yaris I posted a few days ago. So that's not it.

Next Scion Xd? I think it's too early for that...

Any idea?

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

its the verso S, look at the front end and A pillar and comnpare:

http://www.carmagazine.co.uk/News/Search-Results/First-Official-Pictures/Toyota-Verso-S-2011-first-official-pictures/

Anonymous said...

Ugly looking POS...looks like any typical car made by Toyota...I don't see how they're still in buisness IMO.

Anonymous said...

Remember this!

http://www.burlappcars.com/2010/08/2011-toyota-verso-s.html

Anonymous said...

I can see side mirror,lexus design.
right?

Anonymous said...

The 4 door version of the iQ.

Anonymous said...

I think it is the updated scion xd .

Anonymous said...

Its the updated scion xd looks to be

Torrey said...

Daihatsu? Subaru Justy? Who else does Toyota own?

Dan said...

Looks like a short-pile nylon saxony to me.

Anonymous said...

Biller, a former top attorney for Toyota, says that Toyota regularly concealed proof of safety problems and failed to disclose information that it was legally obligated to produce during litigation.

"You have to understand that Toyota in Japan does not have any respect for America's legal system," said Biller. "They were hiding evidence, concealing evidence, destroying evidence, obstructing justice."

Mabey this car was just another piece of evidence in a quality-related death trial (and THAT's why its all "covered up")

But is it a "good" car?
No. It's a Toyota.

Anonymous said...

September 16, 2010 5:54 PM

Notice is only the US that has these problems?
The rest of the world live in the real world.

Anonymous said...

Notice is only the US that has these problems?
The rest of the world live in the real world.

September 17, 2010 2:01 PM

SO... are you saying that Toyota has been dumping all the defective cars in the US???...or... Are you saying that public officials in other countries don't value peoples lives as much as politicans do in the US???

Or mabey you're saying that public officials in the US that were taking bribes from Toyota got caught--but those in other countries were more clever??

Are you saying that Americans are too picky because they're complaining about all of Toyota's safety defects...and they should "man-up" and just eat the high costs of maintaining a Toyota???

Or are you saying that Toyota owners outside the US have bigger problems than whether or not their Toyota comes apart on the highway???

I guess that mabey you just feel that buying a Toyota in the US is a really bad idea--period.

And I agree.

Anonymous said...

toyotas are bad everywhere!

Anonymous said...

Anyone who says that Toyotas are bad cars has no idea what they're talking about. Boring, yes. Bland, most definitely. Bad, not even close. Also, anyone who thinks that Toyota is the only car company that hides "safety" defects (floor mats, give me a f***ing break, unintended acceleration my ass) is completely in the dark. They ALL do.

Anonymous said...

This is the new Toyota Alpha Hybrid, which is larger than the current Prius. It may eventually be called the Prius Alpha. Think Mazda 5 microvan in a hybrid.

Anonymous said...

I think it's a little interesting these unintended acceleration incidents are only happening in US. I never heard any incidents here in Europe. So maybe Americans are making it a huge deal when it's just driver's fault. Maybe some people are just too dumb to drive.

Anonymous said...

Its the 2012 Toyota Aygo, a Car smaller than the Yaris. Its only for the european market. Engines only 3 Cylinder, 0.9 and 1.2 Engines in two Steps Normal and Turbocharged, 70 - 135 HP, 3 or 5 doors, Manual or Automatic Transmission. Toyota develop it together with Peugeot and Citroen,
the Peugeot 108, Citroen C1 comes out in 2012 , Basic Model for estimated 8500 Euro.