Toyota has announced two new trim levels for the Yaris supermini at the Frankfurt Motor Show, both of which bring exterior and interior styling upgrades.
The Yaris Style grade introduces new colors, trim and upholstery, while the Yaris Bi-Tone brings a “wrap-around” metallic Black exterior treatment for the upper half of the body and exclusive interior color schemes.
On sale throughout Europe from January 2016, the Style Grade is available on Yaris Hybrid models for the first time and features a new black-painted honeycomb grille with satin chrome ornament and front fog light surrounding, while the interior benefits from new, all-black seat upholstery and Piano Black inserts.
The Yaris Bi-Tone is the most striking of the two new grades, as it combines a metallic black “wrap-around” exterior paint treatment with a choice of exclusive interior finishes.
Based on the Style grade, the Bi-Tone version allows customers to combine Pearl White, Platinum Bronze or Barcelona Red exterior colors with a metallic Black finish for the roof, A-pillars, door mirrors, upper front wing and bonnet leading edge.
Inside, the Yaris Bi-Tone gets a black headliner to match the exterior roof treatment, as well as three exclusive color schemes: all-Black, Warm Grey or Soft-gradation Grey.