Toyota Motors has revealed the Yaris facelift in the Philippines where it goes by the name Vios. There are no mechanical changes in the car. There are a lot of cosmetic changes though. Let’s take a look.

What are the engine options in the 2020 Toyota Yaris?

Engine Specifications

Specs 1.5-litre 4-cyl Dual VVT-I 1.3-litre 4-cyl Dual VVT-I
Power 106hp@6,000rpm 98hp@6,000rpm
Torque 140Nm@4,200rpm 123Nm@4,200rpm
Transmission 5-speed Manual / CVT 5-speed Manual / CVT
  • The 2020 Toyota Yaris gets the same engine options as the current Yaris that is on sale in India at present.
  • The transmission options offered at present are 6-speed Manual and 7-speed CVT-i. Although the Toyota Vios gets different transmission options, we can expect the current options if launched in India.

What’s new with the design?

Headlamp Comparison
Headlamp Comparison

At the front, you’ll find new LED headlamps with chrome garnish with integrated DRLs.

Front Bumper Comparsion | Current Toyota Yaris vs 2020 Facelift
Front Bumper Comparison | Current Toyota Yaris vs 2020 Facelift

The new front bumper looks inspired by the Lexus grille design. The fog lamps have also been updated with a new design. The alloy wheels have also been revamped. The rear is not changed much.

What will you find new inside the 2020 Toyota Yaris?

Infotainment Comparison | 2020 Toyota Yaris vs Current Toyota Yaris
Infotainment Comparison | 2020 Toyota Yaris vs Current Toyota Yaris

Although the interior has not much changed, a major change is the new infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support. Its top variants get features like:

  • 7 airbags
  • Keyless entry and go
  • Automatic Climate Control
  • Drive modes
  • Paddle shifters on the automatic version

Will 2020 Toyota Yaris come to India?

Toyota has not made any announcement about the launch in India yet. The current Yaris that has been on sale in India from 2018 has not been a very successful car from the carmaker. Toyota is also planning to introduce Maruti Suzuki Brezza based Urban Cruiser in India soon.

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