2008 Toyota Aygo Crazy Concept review and pictures

Posted on Sunday, 15 June 2008 , 03:06:18 byVeronica

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Toyota Aygo Crazy Concept

Japanese carmaker Toyota developed the Aygo Crazy, a unique machine that has been developed from the start to deliver no-holds-barred maximum driving pleasure and fun experience. The new model is making its debut at the British International Motor Show, in London. To transfer the output to the road, the engineers have offered 17-inch alloy wheels covered in beefy Goodyear 225 / 45 tires. Under the hood it hides the Toyota 1.8 VVT-I unit capable of generating 200DIN horsepower and 240 Nm of torque. The power produced enables the car to accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 5.75 seconds and to reach a top speed of 127 mph. This output is being sent to the wheels through a 5-speed manual transmission. To cooperate with the greater engine performance, a bespoke cooling system has been designed, with a huge, front-mounted aluminum radiator. The suspension was borrowed from the MR2 Roadster, with MacPherson struts front and rear. The cabin, finished by the specialists features purpose-built sports seats with four-point safety harnesses and a full roll cage. With its bold decals and T2 4YGO number plate, the new Toyota Aygo Crazy will be hitting the show circuit and the open road this summer. It will provide memorable madness. To handle the extra power, the engineers have offered 328 mm ventilated discs with 4-pot Brembo calipers and 247 mm ventilated discs for the front axle and 280 mm ventilated discs and 200 mm drums for the real one. We have to admit the Japanese engineers have managed to create an incredible car.