Brussels, Belgium,

AYGO stands out with new, limited edition 'x-pose'

  • Limited production run of 1,500 units
  • White Flash body colour combined with new Bordeaux canvas roof and customisation pack
  • Colour-coordinated interior execution
  • Available throughout Europe from March

Since its launch in 2014, AYGO has proved to be a popular choice amongst supermini buyers, with annual European sales of over 88,000 units. Its 6.7% share of A-segment sales puts it amongst the top four best sellers in this highly competitive class.

From its iconic frontal ‘X’ design to its extensive range of customisation options, all AYGO styling and engineering decisions have been specifically made with fun in mind.

The model line-up – consisting of 3 grades and 3 special editions – is now being further expanded with the introduction of the new AYGO x-pose; a limited edition model with a production run of only 1,500 units.

The trendy 'x-pose' edition is guaranteed to stand out thanks to its sophisticated combination of White Flash paint with piano black inserts for the frontal 'X' graphic and rear bumper insert, and a body colour finish to the front fender garnish, side mirrors and door handles.

The car’s striking appearance is enhanced by a contrasting Bordeaux coloured electric canvas roof, and a new customisation pack which includes Bordeaux stickers on the hood and front lip spoiler. Bordeaux decals with a bespoke design are featured on the side mirrors and underneath the beltline.

The white 15” five-spoke alloy wheels feature a machined face finish and Bordeaux coloured centre caps.

Inside, the elegant design theme is continued with White Flash air vents, a Bold Black centre console and gear shift surround, and a Bordeaux finish to the dashboard inserts and gear shift.

The AYGO x-pose comes with partial leather seats fitted as standard, and can be equipped with full-leather seats in Black with Bordeaux inserts and piping. The floor mats are colour-coordinated with a Bordeaux surround.

New AYGO x-pose will be available across Europe from March 2017.